BenQ XL2420G Hybrid Engine G-SYNC Monitor Revealed




/ 6 years ago

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BenQ have just revealed their latest monitor and it’s absolutely packed full of a features that will no doubt appeal to the PC gaming masses. The XL2420G features two engines, one offers up the latest G-SYNC features, allowing the monitor to automatically adjust its refresh rate to match the output of your graphics card, preventing screen tearing. The other is the proprietary Classic Mode, which will aim to smooth gameplay for any titles which don’t support G-Sync.

“Following the launch of NIVIDIA G-SYNC, we learned that the anticipation is soaring for a BenQ G-SYNC monitor. But we didn’t just want to build a G-SYNC monitor. We wanted to build one that’s the best out in the market, for every BenQ gaming monitor is aimed to bring the best gaming experience,” said Peter Huang, General Manager of BenQ Technology. “So with the XL2420G, we challenged ourselves to something radically new, a hybrid engine design executed to perfection to offer the best of BenQ and the best of G-SYNC.”

The 24″ display sports a snappy 1ms GTG LED panel, motion blur reduction, gaming refresh rate optimisation management which will allow 100/120/144Hz switching, perfect motion and fast gaming modes, black eQualizer, smart scaling and a whole lot more.

No details on price or exactly release date just yet, but we do know that BenQ are aiming to launch the monitor this Fall.

Thank you TechPowerUp for providing us with this information.

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