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BenQ XL2410T Black 23.6" 2ms HDMI Swivel & Height Adjustable 3D-Ready Widescreen LED Backlighting LCD Monitor 300 cd/m2 DC 10,000,000:1 (1,000:1)

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  • 1920 x 1080 2ms GTG
  • DC 10,000,000:1 (1,000:1)
  • D-sub, DVI-D, HDMI

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Made for professional gamers by co-developing with two CS players--HeatoN and SpawN, the XL2410T comes with 23.6"W LED panel, 120Hz, 2ms GTG response, DCR 10M:1, smart scaling, height-adjustment stand and 3D-ready. Tailor the height, tilt, pivot, stroke and swivel adjustment to perfectly fit you! This LED monitor brings a whole new visual experience and enjoyment to the world of gamers.

  • newegg BenQ x HeatoN x SpawN HeatoN and SpawN rocked the gaming world as the core of Ninjas in Pajamas (NiP) and SK Gaming teams that created a legend with their many triumphs at Cyberathlete Professional League (CPL) tournaments and the World Cyber Games (WCG). As two of the brightest stars in the Counter-Strike niverse, they know what gamers really need and what they really crave in their gear. That's why BenQ invited HeatoN and SpawN to join forces and develop an LED display just for hardcore gamers like themselves.
  • newegg 120Hz Refresh Rate With a screen image that's redrawn 120 times every single second, there's never a lag between what's happening in the virtual world of your favorite game and what you actually see on screen. Drawing on hyper-speed video processing technology, the XL2410T gives on-screen action a captivating realism. You can spot your opponents the instant they make their move, and track their movements accurately, so victory or defeat always comes down to your skill and not a sluggish display that leaves you frustrated.
  • newegg Display Modes The display mode hotkey makes changing the size of the screen content as simple and quick as a button press. Instantly switch among 17", 19", 19" widescreen, and 22" widescreen formats so you get the best possible view of whatever you happen to be watching. You can also take advantage of the Smart-Scaling button, added especially for the benefit of gamers. You can adjust the size of the screen content until your avatar's actions precisely correspond to your expectations based on your control movements, so you can perform with peak effectiveness.
  • newegg FPS Mode BenQ's team worked with HeatoN and SpawN to develop a display mode attuned to the needs of shooter game aficionados. The aim was to create a display mode that provides gamers with a totally accurate representation of each scene in a virtual world so they're never put at a disadvantage in a key encounter with the enemy because of hardware shortcomings. There are also two user-configurable modes that let gamers set and save the exact brightness, contrast, sharpness, and : Red/Green/Blue color tint that they prefer and that let them be at their best in a pitched battle with a crafty enemy.
  • newegg 2ms GTG Response Time A super-short response time means both fast-moving action and dramatic transitions are rendered cleanly, without the smearing or ghosting that's not only annoying but can affect your performance when a millisecond can make the difference between a successful sneak attack and a strike that ends in failure.
  • newegg NVIDIA 3D Ready Already certified as NVIDIA(R) 3D Vision-ready, the XL2410T is able to handle the most action-packed graphics-intensive 3D games or movies without missing a beat, enabling you to experience their virtual worlds with total realism.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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  • Dakota D.
  • 7/28/2012 7:23:34 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWorth it

Pros: Very high frame rate, extremely crisp, simple adjustment menu, auto detection, extremely versatile stand, best gaming monitor I've ever bought.

Cons: Develops an annoying flicker after a few month, can be seen when the screen is displaying darker images, it has to do with the hertz, most devices only put out 60hz, and it's designed for 120. It takes a while to come on, but it doesn't matter if you're a PS3 or 360 gamer. It favors inputs, if you turn something on when it's on VGA for example, it'll switch to it automatically. Though this isn't a con, if you have things arranged properly, it's a plus.

Other Thoughts: I wish it doubled the frame rate from 60hz to 120 to make ghosting virtually non-existent. Hopefully the XBOX 720 will have 120hz output. It does look exquisite when I run games from my PC on 120hz though, I'm not going to lie.

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  • Corey A.
  • 5/6/2012 2:35:44 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Gaming Monitor

Pros: Fast, almost zero input lag. If you think 120hz doesn't mean anything, just try it. You won't go back.

Cons: None.

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  • Treigh P.
  • 1/29/2012 2:48:03 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsA Gamers Review

Pros: MAIN PRO ABOVE ALL OTHER PROS... 120 HZ!!!! Ok so I heavily researched this monitor before purchasing and I can honestly say that as one who bought this monitor specifically for PC gaming it does not disappoint. The 120 Hz delivered by this monitor works WONDERS on older yet still popular games that are being played at above 60 FPS such as Counter-Stirke(1.6 and source), Starcraft 2, Team Fortress 2, Quake Live, DOTA, etc... The difference is very notable for anyone who spends time playing games like these on more standard 60 Hz monitors.

Incredible array of options for customization and tuning. The options available to you make it a very customizable experience for those willing to spend the time.

Most sturdy, well-built, and moveable monitor stand I have ever encountered.

Cons: Not so great clarity in overall picture quality. Not bad either, but I have seen better in others.

Requires a bit of research and fine tuning to draw out the performance the display has to offer. It does not come very well tuned out of the box.

Less than stellar viewing angles. Do no expect more than one person looking head on at it to view it with the best clarity and brightness.

Only one DVI, one VGA, and one HDMI port. There could be/should be more for a display priced such as this.

Other Thoughts: Like I said, for its intended purpose of ONE PERSON PC GAMING it does an excellent, excellent job. The 120 Hz is unmatched in bringing ultimate clarity and lack of "ghosting" into the games you love. The customization options ensure that you should be able to get it just where you want it in terms of color, pitch, use etc....

For any serious PC gamer I can say it is a must buy.

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  • Marek R.
  • 1/16/2012 5:00:32 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat 120hz monitor, super smooth gaming

Pros: I bought this monitor for gaming purposes and its ability to break that 60hz barrier of other monitors. Games and video look great, especially games which look much more smooth if you have a PC that can push out 100+ frames per second.

My Research showed that this monitor had the strongest set of features for gaming, most importantly 0 input lag when put into FPS mode.

Love this monitor

Cons: Doesn't look as sleek as some other models, but not that important.

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  • andrew E.
  • 11/18/2011 8:58:04 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

4 out of 5 eggsTrade Off

Pros: Let me start by saying I bought this monitor for $345 after shipping/tax with a coupon on the benq site, I use this monitor for gaming (mostly cs 1.6, with some other occasional FPSs and RPGs) and movies. No 3d gaming. Ive used a CRT and recent LCD Samsung 226bw and I can say this monitor has excellent input lag, response time, and ghosting. So if your looking at this monitor for a competitive gaming nature such as Counter Strike, it should be perfect.

If your coming from 60hz then 100/120hz will be like going from 30 to 60fps. You will want to lower game settings buy a new GPU and never drop below 70fps with a nice average of 90 because you will now feel the difference. Past 100 however is hard to tell.

-no input lag
-good response time
-no/little ghosting
-no backlight bleed (all new models should be good with his as well)
-matte finish
-highly adjustable stand
-professional look
-easily adjust to other screen sizes such as 16:10 and 4:3.

Cons: It has some problems for other uses though. The first is the number of settings to get to a reasonable color accuracy. This is what I'm using: Picture Mode: Standard, Brightness: 7, Contrast: 47, Sharpness: 5, Gamma: 2.0, Color Temp: User - red 93, green 83, blue 98. Then in nvidia control panel +79% saturation and 357 degree hue. After all this, it looks like a solid TN panel monitor.

My main gripe with the monitor is the viewing angles. Looking directly at the center of the screen on a white page the top is tinted red and the bottom green. Ive somehow gotten used to it although the first week it was all I noticed while browsing the web on white pages. It is however, not at all or barely noticeable in games and movies. Also the closer you sit the more noticeable it is.

-color accuracy
-viewing angles (if this were better I would give 5/5)
-16:9 instead of 16:10 (I knew it was 16:9 when buying, but still a con worth noting)

Other Thoughts: I jumped on this monitor because my Samsung 226bw died after a long 5 years. My plan was to wait it out for 1920x1200 120hz monitors. Unfortunately it seems dual-dvi doesn't carry that much bandwidth so we have to wait for a new type of cord. Its worth pointing out to any monitor manufactures out there reaching this the difference between 100hz and 120hz is truly unnoticeable so screw 3D release a 1920x1200 100hz LCD already.

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  • Anonymous
  • 10/24/2011 10:53:35 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

2 out of 5 eggsHigh Price - Low Quality

Pros: The automatic aspect ratio is a nice feature, especially for running older applications/games which don't support widescreen. The monitor's stand is nice and allows for elevation, tilt, and rotation adjustment.

Cons: There is a moderate amount of back-light bleeding. The overall quality of the monitor is no better than a budget LCD. A large portion of the back-light has become dark after five months of use, while the rest flickers faintly every few seconds. The quality of the display is significantly lower than my previous Viewsonic LCD.

Other Thoughts: I have owned this monitor for six months and have been rather disappointed since day one. First problem I noticed is the back-light bleeding on the edges of the display. I'm used to back-light bleeding on budget priced monitors, but I was not expecting it at this price range.

After five months of ownership, the back-light is showing its poor quality with a big dark spot in the bottom corner of the display and a faint brightness flicker every few seconds.

This monitor touts high quality and enthusiast appeal, but it is no different than a sub $200 monitor in terms of quality. Besides the refresh rate and (claimed) low latency display, this monitor does not justify its high cost. Do your research and find a better monitor so you don't get disappointed for spending twice what other monitors sell for and getting the same quality.

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  • Arshag M.
  • 10/6/2011 11:31:07 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsToo many cons

Pros: -120hz makes things smooth for operating system navigation and gaming above 60fps
-120hz necessity for stereoscopic 3D gaming
-Low input lag
-Colors okay after calibration

Let me start with the good - 120hz in games where you can support it (i.e. older games with a solid graphics card) is very nice, and brings back a "CRT" feel. The motion is so smooth that you almost feel more focused, and have better aim. The same is true in Windows -- moving the cursor around and navigating feels a bit more precise than 60hz.

Cons: -Horrible viewing angle****
-Price vs. value

Since this is a TN panel, viewing angles weren't going to be great, but there is literally no "sweet spot" on my monitor. No matter where I angle it and position my head, there seems to be a contrast gradient across the monitor that changes as I make tiny movements in my chair. Compared to IPS panels or other displays, the colors and contrast look incredibly uneven, and it's simply unpleasant to look at.

The price is also fairly high.

Other Thoughts: In front of me I have 4 displays that I have been using for side-by-side comparisons. A 17" CRT, a 46" LED-LCD television, the BenQ xl2410t, and a 23" IPS panel from Dell.

To make the most use out of 120hz, you'll want to run games at a very high fps (so that the screen is refreshing discrete frames instead of just refreshing the same frame twice in the 60 fps range). This presents a big problem for me: despite having a top of the line graphics card, games that are coming out soon are going to be hard to run with high image detail and high fps, and of course future games will be even more taxing.

If you want a solid gaming monitor (for non pro-level old FPS games like CSS) and don't care for 3D that much, look into a low input lag IPS panel like the Dell U2312hm.

Otherwise, wait for 120hz IPS or a new technology to emerge. I can't recommend spending money on a display with a lack of uniformity/viewing angle so drastic that it's unpleasant to look at.

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  • Danny V.
  • 10/3/2011 3:23:51 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsBest Gaming Monitor Today

Pros: * 120Hz with 0 input lag. This has improved my gaming in FPS CONSIDERABLY. I will NEVER go back to the usual LCD/LED monitor that advertises low response times. This is the real deal.

* Matted Finish - Compared to the Asus offering, this is much more refined for me. I don't get that glossy reflection like that one.

* Fairly priced - You are not buying a brand name, you are buying a monitor with specs you like. This had that.

* Easy to use controls - Yes this is a pro. After having to put up with the "touchy feely" LG controls, this is a godsend.

* 3D capable - if you are into that sort of thing. I'm planning on getting it later on, thus its an added bonus.

Cons: * "Crushed blacks" - The dark end of the monitor tends to blend in. This is partly due to it being a VERY bright monitor. It can do exceedingly well in lighter colors, but not so much on darker ones.

* You WILL need a computer that can actually output 120fps or more! - Don't get me wrong, the monitor is great, but what you will not get is what you see in those demo TVs that duplicate frames for that "smooth" feel. You ONLY get that with your fps above 70 or so fps. So get yourself a decent setup to power your favorite games.

* Minor backlight bleed-in. This only applies mainly to older models. As of May of 2011, all models should have issues brought forth by reviewers about bleed in has been reduced to completely acceptable levels on par of that with most any other TN display. Make sure you are getting a Rev.5 monitor when you get one by getting into the service menu (power off -> power on + menu button -> press menu button).

Other Thoughts: I've looked over and tried 3 other 120Hz monitors. One from LG which also boasts 0 input lag (surprised I found one in a store), the Acer offering with kiddy cool orange on it, and the one from Asus that came with 3D glasses.

The LG version has that touchy feely interface that I already have with another LG monitor. It beeps now and has a pretty LED animation on the monitor itself, but I could care less, I DO NOT want that again. The Acer one looks childish, not to mention the fact that it also sports minor input lag. The Asus has gloss on everything, including the screen itself, which in the longer run would bother me whenever I have my lights on (and being on my glass desk, it just means 2x the reflection glow). So the choice for me was plainly obvious.

The only other thing I must mention is that you must calibrate the display. It starts off in FPS mode that is just 100% gamma and 4:3 view size. Play with the colors to fit your room's lighting and have fun.

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  • Gordon F.
  • 9/27/2011 10:28:56 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Monitor

Pros: I have a dual missmatched monitor set up now with the BenQ 23.6" and another brand 21" 60Hz monitor. The 120Hz BenQ display is far better. I have only looked at a few 3D demos so far. 2D and 3d looks great on the BenQ monitor.

Cons: This is not a Con against BenQ. I find that the 3D is like looking at 3D inside of a box. Nothing really stands out from the monitor. I thought the 23.6" monitor would be large enough for good 3D. To get the best 3D image, buy the largest 3D monitor you can afford. Or sit real close to the smaller monitor.

Other Thoughts: When installing the NVIDIA 3D vision drivers I made the mistake of having both the BenQ 120Hz monitor and the 60Hz monitor connected to my system. This resulted in a red warning message in the set up wizard. I replaced an old 60Hz monitor with the BenQ so did not disconnect the second monitor when I connected the BenQ. To install and update NVIDIA 3d Vision drivers the second missmatched monitor needs to be disconnected prior to start of installing the drivers. After the new video card drivers are installed and 3d Vision is working the second monitor can be reconnected.

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  • Anonymous
  • 9/13/2011 6:59:59 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsIgnore online reviews

Pros: Great color.. first thing you need to do when getting this monitor is turn off the FPS mode. The colors looked washed in that setting. Put in standard mode and tune to your desire.

Barely any back light bleeding... there was some along the bottom but not a deal breaker and wasn't really noticeable.

NO DEAD/STUCK PIXELS! That has never happened to me before.

120hz is smooth like buttah

Cons: UPS shipping sucks. It would be faster to drive to Cali from South Florida to get my stuff.

Other Thoughts: Had the Planar 120hz monitor before this one. According to online reviews, that was supposed to be the way to go and the Benq was the ugly duckling. Should of got the Benq first.

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