It feels like ages since we last wrote about a display from BenQ, but the company is in no way thinking of ceasing activities, and it has just the right type of monitor to prove it.
The company hasn't yet launched it, but the monitor, called XL2411T, did surface on TFT Central website, though lacking a price.
Apparently, it is a 24-inch TN LCD monitor with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and support for NVIDIA 3D Vision 2
technology for good measure.
The contrast ratio is standard, at 1,000:1, but the dynamic contrast ratio (DCR), is of 12,000,000:1 (produces good contrasts during dark scenes when watched in a dark room).
Moving on, the display features a FPS mode and the Black eQualizer color engine (it further boosts visibility in dark scenes).
Other specs include a GtG response time of 1ms, a 0.001-frame input lag, a stand with picot, stroke, swivel and tilt adjustment and, of course, Full HD support (native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels).