BenQ's new gaming screen will try to check how fast it is already too fast
Agrees with the support of AMD's FreeSync and G-Sync technologies NVIDIA, Which are capable of displaying high refresh rates of 100 Hz or higher, have recently become a mandatory product for all Gamer Self-respecting - and in this case too, as in other gaming products categories, the sky seems to be the limit.
The one who demonstrates this now is BenQ's Gaming division answering to Zowie (which she purchased at the end of last year), which launches an XL2540 screen - capable of displaying a picture at a refresh rate of no less than 240 Hz, that is at 240 frames per second.
The XL2540 offers a TN panel (the only technology that is fast enough for such a display rate today) in size 24.5 and a modest 1080p resolution from AU Optronics with vertical and horizontal viewing angles of 160 elevators, static 1: 1,000 static contrast ratio, Of 400 Nit, one-millisecond response time (gray to gray) and support for FreeSync technology AMD.
The new screen is clearly designed for gaming, or competitive gaming to be exact, and includes two plastic barriers on either side that will be especially useful when standing in a hall full of lights and other screens of competitors or partners. In addition, it also includes a thin envelope that reduces its overall dimensions and even a small circular controller that allows switching display settings on the screen with a single click or scroll like a mouse.
We're not convinced that anyone in this world will be able to distinguish between 144 Hz or 180 Hz display speed and an even faster 240 Hz display rate, but nevertheless it seems a new trend already underway - and the BenQ screen will need to compete in products Similar latest from home Asus וAcer Which are characterized by a maximum refresh rate. We can only hope that this cumulative competition will at least help lower prices for these ultra-gaming models.
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