Zowie 24" XL2411K FHD 144Hz Open Box Esports Gaming Monitor
Open Box 24" Zowie XL2411K FHD Gaming Esports Monitor, TN, 1920x1080, 144Hz, 1ms, 1000:1, 320cd/m², DP/HDMI
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24" FHD 144Hz Esports Monitor from Zowie
PERFECT YOUR GAMING PERFORMANCE The new generation of XL series PC e-Sports monitors further enhance adjustment flexibility and accuracy, as well as players’ comfort and convenience, allowing you to focus on your in-game performance. The smaller base design opens up more room on your desktop, yet still offers excellent stability. You can also use the XL setting to share your monitor settings with your teammates, or use the interface to customize your FPS settings before matches. With a rapid 144Hz, your gaming has never been smoother, and with DyAc technology and Black Equalizer, visuals will be crisp and accurate in any gaming environment.
Expand your Desktop
Smaller Base – More Playing SpaceThe new base is designed to take up less space while maintaining the same stability. This allows gamers more space in their setup for in-game movements and allows them the flexibility to make adjustments and play comfortably.
Get the Perfect View
Fluid & flexible adjustmentEach player has their own unique combination of monitor height and angle adjustment. With height adjustment & free tilt, players are able to setup quickly and conveniently resulting in a more comfortable playing environment.
Setting up is Always Easy
XL Setting To Share™Share your own settings with a teammate, friend or your fans. Save video profiles quickly and share conveniently through a simple user interface.
Quick Access SettingsThe change to the user interface and S-Switch is more than just cosmetic. The redesigned interface provides you the ability to customize which FPS settings you would like to access quickly via quick menu, and then allows you to access them with one-touch. Setting up before games or during rounds is now much more convenient.
Precise Visuals in Every Game
DyAc⁺ TechnologyDyAc™ makes vigorous in-game actions such as spraying less blur. This allows gamers to see the position of crosshair and impact points more clearly which can help with recoil control. DyAc+ is based on this same technology and through panel optimization, provides gamers with a different option for actions such as spray control.
Make Visual Adjustments based on your in-game Needs
PERFECT COLOUR IN EVERY BATTLEUse Black eQualizer to increase visibility in dark scenes without overexposing the bright areas, Color Vibrance to adjust color setting and tone to differentiate enemy targets in-game, and Game modes to switch between presets for different game titles. These are all adjustments that allow players to play with their preferred visual settings.
No Compromise in Durability for Aesthetics
BUILT TO LASTDuring the design process, durability was not sacrificed for aesthetics. The LCD panel is better protected through a frame design that provides added resistance on the sides. This is especially useful when transporting the monitors to LAN events or BYOC’s.
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Contrast Ratio/Dynamic Contrast Ratio||1000:1|
|Color Bit Depth||1.07B Colours|
|Supported HDR Standards|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||45 W|
|VESA||100 x 100|
|Anti-Theft Features||Kensington-lock Ready|
|Dimensions (with stand)||571 x 442.84 - 525.56 x 200.18 (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)|
|Weight (with Stand)||5.9 kg|
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