BenQ is now shipping its XL2420G gaming monitor. Featuring NVIDIA’s G-SYNC technology, BenQ says this display allows players to entirely eliminate performance issues related to image tearing, stuttering and latency. The XL2420G gives users the freedom to switch between BenQ’s Classic Mode and G-SYNC Mode to create a customizable solution. The XL2420G offers a wide 24-inch screen and fast 1ms GTG response time. It also allows users to select between two new gaming modes: G-SYNC Mode, which ensures that images appear instantly the moment they are rendered, and BenQ’s proprietary Classic Mode for use playing games unsupported by G-SYNC. Users just switch their input cables to match their gaming requirements.
The XL2420G features BenQ’s RevolutionEyes technology, which uses ZeroFlicker capabilities and eliminates traditional LED flicker issues. It also features BenQ’s Black eQualizer, which enables players to adjust brightness without over-exposing white levels. In addition, the monitor brings a 144Hz refresh rate for faster pixel rates to give players more gaming control.
This monitor also offers Low Blue Light technology, which is designed to manage the exposure of blue spectrum light and therefore protect players’ eyes during extended periods by providing several adjustable low blue light levels that automatically adjust emission without affecting picture quality.
Now shipping, the XL2420G retails at $649. More information is here.