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Benq XL2410T

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BenQ XL2410T Review

maximum pc
1 June 2011
  • Excerpt: BenQ developed the XL2410T with the help of two high-profile Counter-Strike gamers in order to produce one of the first 120Hz, LED-backlit monitors that is 3D capable—although it doesn’t come bundled with Nvidia’s 3D Vision glasses and emitter. You’ll need to buy that kit separately for $150. The TN panel has the advantage of being able to go to portrait mode—one of the few bonus features in this display.
  • Pros: Solid 3D performance; goes to portrait mode.
  • Cons: Poor dark levels; some compression banding and high contrast streaking.
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Overall 6

BenQ XL2410T

6 March 2011
  • Summary: The BenQ XL2410T is a cleanly-designed LED-based 3D monitor that takes some effort to bring out its performance.
  • Cons: The monitor's price is higher than other 3D displays, there's some egregious backlight bleeding, and drawing out good performance requires plenty of time spent adjusting settings.
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BenQ XL2410T

7 December 2010
  • Conclusion: BenQ XL2410T has a matte, black frame and extensive ergonomic adjustability which is great. The monitor feels robust and the integrated HDMI input allow users to connect other devices, although it’s not a HDMI 1.4 input. A PBP (Picture by picture) function has been integrated and XL2410T also comes bundled with some Zowie equipment. The default picture preset called FPS had too extreme picture characteristics and the out-of-box picture quality wasn’t very good.
  • Pros: 120 Hz panel, Black level, Ergonomic stand and matte bezel, Response time, No input lag
  • Cons: Out-of-box picture quality, Backlight bleeding, Viewing angles and black from wide angles, Overdrive trailing, No RGB setting option in sRGB mode, Shadow details crushed in games
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Overall 8

Expert Review

6 December 2010
  • Conclusion: Of course, the extra 60Hz on the Xl2410T also helps the monitor playback 3D movies as well since the process actually requires two images being rendered at 60Hz each. These two images are then blended together using 3D glasses, such as Nvidia’s 3D Vision. Playing games like Call of Duty Black Ops in 3D is an incredibly surreal experience, although it does become a little difficult to shoot as the eyes are getting used to the constantly changing depth of field.
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Overall 8

BenQ XL2410T review

PC Advisor
1 week ago
  • Summary: The BenQ XL2410 is an interesting 3D display that's aimed at gamers.
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Overall 8

BenQ XL2410T

Trusted Reviews
22 February 2012
  • Summary: Expressly designed to meet the needs of hardcore gamers, this 120Hz, 3D-capable, fully adjustable 24in monitor is very impressive.
  • Pros: Exceptionally little input lag, 3D-Ready, 120Hz support
  • Cons: Very limited viewing angles, Motion processing doesn?t work very well
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BenQ XL2410T

TFT Central
13 January 2011
  • Conclusion: Performance wise I found the XL2410T to be quite good, but it needed some tweaking to get there. The out of the box settings of the screen perhaps don't do the screen justice. Gamma, colour accuracy, luminance and even the 'feel' of the screen aren't very good when you first plug in the screen and start using it. There's a slightly odd text blur and even the enabled AMA mode brings with it some issues with RTC overshoot and artefacts which is a shame.
  • Pros: 120Hz support for high frame rate and 3D support, Very good pixel responsiveness and very low input lag, Excellent black depth and contrast ratio
  • Cons: Restrictive viewing angles from TN Film panel, Uniformity of the panel is not great (may vary), Some RTC overshoot with AMA enabled, not quite as good as we might have hoped
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BenQ XL2410T

24 January 2012


29 May 2011
  • Summary: Beim Schlusswort kann man sich viel auf seine gemessenen Werte verlassen. Trotzdem bleiben Bildqualität und der optische Eindruck mehr eine subjektive Beurteilung. Beginnen wir mit dem Optischen. Äußerlich ist der Monitor gut gelungen. Sehr wichtig für uns war die Höhenverstellung, die fast eine Grundvoraussetzung für die direkte Betrachtung ist. Die Verarbeitung ist sehr gut gewesen, der Standfuß ist sehr hochwertig und bot einen festen Stand.
  • Pros: + Schönes Layout, + Standfuss Höhenverstellbar, + 120 Hz, + 3D, + Niedrige Reaktionszeit, + Geringer Inputlag, + Satte Farben, + Kein Dithering oder Banding, + Maus und Pad im Bundle, + Keine Betriebsgeräusche, + Preis
  • Cons: - Keine 3D Brille, - Farbeinstellungen unnötig limitiert, - Tasten schlecht erreichbar, Wichtige Links:, BENQ XL2410T, Geizhals Preisvergleich, Passender Thread zum Artikel
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Acer GN245HQ et Benq XL2410T, deux moniteurs pour la 3D

Ere Numérique
27 April 2011
  • Excerpt: Les fabricants de moniteurs LCD ont du mal à joindre les deux bouts en ce moment. Mais il y a un domaine qui ne faiblit pas, celui des écrans pour joueurs. Premiers à bénéficier des innovations technologiques, les joueurs représentent une clientèle exigeante et qui n’hésite pas à investir pour peu que la qualité soit au rendez-vous ! Sur PC, le jeu passe de plus en plus par la 3D et il faut donc que le moniteur s’y commette aussi plus massivement.
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