The next-generation gaming monitor, the XL2430T, is a full package of gaming-focused solutions tailored to bring out the best in every gamer. Built with perfect motion, fast gaming, prcise control, intuitive experience and gaming eye care, the 24" battle machine is at the peak of design perfection.
Motion Blur Reduction for Extra Clarity Throughout the Game
BenQ’s new Motion Blur Reduction technology further enhances an ultra-smooth, free-of-blur gaming experience, particularly for action-packed FPS games where every millisecond count. With Motion Blur Reduction, gamers no longer suffer from time and gaming comfort lost to poor vision quality created by motion blur and lagging. Instead, they have everything to gain with more reaction time advantage on their side to achieve ultimately a flawless victory.
Fast 1ms GTG Response Time
Fast response time of 1ms GTG means speed without the smear for an enhanced gaming experience. Fast-moving action and dramatic transitions will be rendered smoothly without the annoying effects of smearing or ghosting. Control your gaming destiny and don't leave it in the hands of slow display.
Gaming Refresh rate Optimization Management (GROM)
As the world’s leading brand in gaming monitor, BenQ manages to provide more than just the refresh rate feature for different resolutions to reach more levels of optimal refresh rates (100/120/144Hz) with Gaming Refresh rate Optimization Management (GROM), which aims to bring users the incomparable gaming performance. With the gamer-driven GROM that collaborates with Display Mode and Smart Scaling strengths, BenQ offers a total refresh rate solution for gaming enthusiasts.
20-Level Color Vibrance Setting to Optimize Gaming Precision
It is absolutely vital that the XL2430T give you the flexibility you need to get the color performance you seek. This is why BenQ built into the monitor 20 levels of Color Vibrance setting to meet gamers’ specific viewing requirements and preferences for all types of gameplay. This unique feature is accessible via On Screen Display (OSD) or Display Pilot for added convenience.
Adjustment Scale Design for Effortless Set-up Every Time
To ensure that gamers can duplicate the exact same monitor set-up with the highest accuracy, efficiency and convenience, BenQ made a few additions to the XL2430T’s Adjustment Scale Design. The adjustable height stand is now scaled with 14 height levels trackable by a moving marker. Trackable scales are also added to the screen, which tilts forward and backward to 0°, 10° and 20v, and swivels left and right to a wide range of angles. Every XL2430T can be your personal XL2430T.
Black eQualizer Dynamic with Automatic Brightness Adjustments
The newly improved Black eQualizer Dynamic color engine technology takes visibility optimization to a whole new level with automatic brightness adjustments. The XL2430T is able to detect the input source and automatically fine-tune the amount of brightness enhancement within the range of the brightness level selected by the user. Now, gamers can spot their enemies in critical combat effortlessly and react to any situation quickly without having to lift a finger for manual adjustments.
The Game Mode Loader Lets You in on the Secret
The secret is out. Download special gaming presets used by the professional players so you can see what the pros see. Each mode is fine-tuned so you can leverage these exclusive presets used by pro gamers to your own advantage. They can also be saved on your S Switch for quick access and game play. More presets from professional gamers will be released in the future so you can always stay on top of your game. Features
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