Got your mad gaming rig sorted with the fiercest graphics card and CPU money can buy? BenQ thinks you need a gaming monitor to make the most of it
Up first is the XL2430T. As you’d expect from a ‘gaming’ monitor, it’s got a 1920x1080 resolution, 1ms response time and a 144Hz refresh rate, making it perfect for twitchy-fingered FPS addicts. Other buzzword-laden tech you get is Dynamic Black eQualizer, which makes sure you get plenty of contrast and can yet spot your rotten opponents hiding in some nook; Motion Blur Reduction for crisp action; a 20-level vibrance tuner and special game modes – with an all-new MOBA setting. This 24in, widescreen monitor will retail for ₹36,000.
But if you’re so demanding that the XL2430T won’t do, BenQ has another new monitor – the XL2730Z. As the name indicates, it’s a 27in behemoth. But there’s more – this, dear gamers, is a QHD monitor, offering resolutions up to 2550x1440. It’s got all the fancy stuff its cheaper sibling packs, but it adds its own icing on the framerate cake – AMD FreeSync compatibility. The XL2730Z will retail for ₹50,000. Both monitors will be available offline as well as online, and the first 100 buyers get some tasty freebies worth ₹8000: a Steelseries Fnatic Rival mouse, along with a Steelseries QCK+ Fnatic Asphalt Edition mouse pad.