BenQ America unveiled two new gaming monitors at CES today. Featuring NVIDIA’s G-Sync technology. The company’s new XL2420G and XL2720G include the G-Sync Mode for low-latency gaming; Low Motion Blur Mode for CRT-like sharpness of moving objects; and a full-featured 3D Vision Mode to create more lifelike on-screen action. By synchronizing the displays’ refresh rate to the graphic cards’ GPU, G-Sync technology eliminates screen tearing for better graphic integrity, minimizes stutter for smoother gaming, and reduces input lag for seamless, low-latency gaming responses. BenQ says the result is scenes that display instantly, sharper object resolutions and smoother overall gameplay.
To increase visual comfort, the 24-inch (XL2420G) and 27-inch (XL2720G) displays feature BenQ’s new RevolutionEyes technology. Including ZeroFlicker capabilities, the monitors eliminate traditional LED flicker issues to support eSports enthusiasts in longer gaming sessions by providing more comfort during competitive action. The RevolutionEyes monitors also feature BenQ’s Black eQualizer, which enables total gaming visibility by allowing players to adjust brightness without over-exposing white levels, revealing critical combat details with improved visibility in darkened areas. The duo also brings an ultra-fast 144Hz refresh rate and GTG response time for faster pixel rates.
For even more gaming comfort, the display duo is equipped with Low Blue Light technology. Designed to manage the exposure of blue spectrum light, the monitors help gamers protect their eyes during extended periods by providing several adjustable low blue light levels that automatically adjust emission without affecting picture quality.
BenQ’s new XL2420G and XL2720G G-Sync monitors are expected to ship in Q1 2014. Here are all the stats.