BenQ which is one of the major players in a HD gaming monitor has announced its latest XL-Z series which comprises of XL2720Z, XL2420Z and XL2411Z. The first one is priced at Rs. 37,500 and comes with a 27-inch display, and the latter two come with a display size of 24-inches at the price of Rs. 32,500 and Rs. 30,000 respectively.
Moreover, during an exclusive interaction with GizBot: Rajeev Singh, Head, BenQ India also revealed that company has aggressive plans for the mid-range market segment. He disclosed BenQ is planning to launch a Rs 15,000 gaming monitor in India under its RL series in the second quarter of 2014. This particular monitor will come with 22-inches display.
Rajeev also confirmed that the company is planning to come up with stylish mid-range gaming monitor for passionate gamers in black and yellow color variants. This range will also be priced around Rs 15,000. The upcoming series will be available in the market around August 2014.
However, coming back to the high-end XL-Z HD gaming monitors that were demonstrated in a Bangalore based event today, BenQ has used some intricate and notable features like Motion Blur Reduction, Low Blue Light that will help you reduce the tension that it creates to the users eye and Zero Flicker.
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Additionally, the new models offer BenQ's latest firmware, which enables third-party utility support for further optimization options. The end result is striking visual clarity, seamless motion fluidity, and added viewing comfort for hours of action-packed game play.
Few of the notable features of the monitors that is worth highlighting are the fast 1ms GtG Response Time that enhances gaming experience with smoothly rendered fast-moving action and dramatic transitions without the annoying effects of smearing or ghosting.
Another incredible options that these monitors come with is the Black eQualizer which is a color engine technology that offers an option to control the visibility of the dark scenes without over-exposing the bright areas of the location used in the game.