BenQ has launched the XL2411T 3D-ready gaming monitor that targets users who play first-person shooting games for Rs.22,500.
The 24-inch gaming monitor features a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels. It also claims to support 120Hz for NVIDIA's 3D Vision 2 technology to reduce lag. The company claims that the monitor's fast 1ms (milliseconds) GtG (grey-to-grey) response time enhances gaming experience with smoothly rendered fast-moving action and dramatic transitions without the effects of smearing or ghosting.
It offers a 1000:1 native contrast ratio, and 170/160 viewing angle capability. The monitor also comes with Black eQualizer color technology to help improve picture detail in dark image. BenQ claims the Black eQualizer offers truer blacks for an "unprecedented level of control and visibility".
It features a D-sub (VGA) port, a DVI-DL(dual-link) port, an HDMI port and a headphone jack connector.
The monitor also offers settings for Display Mode and Smart Scaling allowing gamers to interchange between monitor screen sizes from 17-inch (4:3), 19-inch (4:3), 19-inch wide (16:10), 21.5-inch wide (16:9), 22-inch wide (16:10), 23-inch wide (16:9) to 24-inch wide (16:9).
The company had earlier launched
the 24-inch 3D-enabled BenQ XL2420TX, its flagship gaming monitor targeted at professionals and gamers. The BenQ XL2420TX is capable of displaying full-HD 3D content and comes with bundled 3D glasses. It is HDMI 1.4a compatible, which means it offers features like 3D, Ethernet channel, and Audio return channel over the HDMI interface and supports refresh rates up to 120Hz.