BenQ America has started shipping its 1920×1080 resolution RL2460HT monitor for gaming — perfect for RTS- and MOBA-style games, as well as fighting games — a big enough market in AV that we even have a GAMING section of articles on our website. The company is also introducing its stylish “bumble bee” black and yellow RL2240HE gaming monitor (also 1920×1080). Featuring Fighting (RL2460HT) and RTS (RL2240HE) modes, the duo provides 1ms GTG response times, HDMI output (RL2460HT) for streaming, and something called RevolutionEyes technology that apparently helps monitor performance and visual comfort during long sessions of action. Low Blue Light technology also removes up to 70 percent of blue spectrum light to protect gamers’ eyes during extended periods of play without affecting picture quality.
The RL2460HT is a 24-inch LED backlit while the RL2240HE monitor is a 21.5-inch. To record, stream and broadcast gaming to global online audiences without any game play disruptions, the RL2460HT now features a built-in HDMI output. And, with their Display Mode gamers can switch between nine monitor screen sizes from 17-inch (4:3) to 24-inch widescreen, while Smart Scaling enables players to adjust the screen’s content on-the-fly to virtually any custom size without impacting controller sensitivity.