Summary: At first sight, the latest BenQ XL2410T monitor seems to be a very attractive solution for 3D gamers. In reality, this model seems to have some problems in terms of response time of the screen. This is not really acceptable if you need to use the 3D display with 120 Hz.
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.
Pros: Solid 3D performance; goes to portrait mode.
Cons: Poor dark levels; some compression banding and high contrast streaking.
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.
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
Summary: This is a really good monitor, but it is very expensive at Rs. 31,200. Of course, it does also have 3D capabilities, which could justify its price. I really like everything this monitor has to offer, as it has great colour reproduction, deep, dark black levels and is super sturdy as well.
Conclusion: Despite the quite embarrassing “cool gamers” with their folded arms on the front of the box, I kind of wanted to like this display. It came with 3D, had some cool features that I’ve never even thought to use like dropping the display size down so that you can play on a virtual 19” monitor.
Pros: Good refresh rate, 120hz, Nice response time, 2ms, 3D vision is cool, Display is very rotational and is easily adjustable, Rather unecessary bundled mouse and mat, Lots of features
Cons: Image is too sharp and bright at stock, Colour modes are awful, FPS and Picture being the worst, 3D gives headache and eye strain, No 3D glasses included in pack, Contrast wasn’t as good as expected, Lots of unecessary features
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...
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
Conclusion: Auch die weiteren Features und Funktionen
des XL2410T haben nur eins zum Ziel: Gewinnen! Zwei Hotkeys sind
integriert: mit dem ersten kann der Gamer den Display-Modus von Vollbild
auf Aspect, Overscan, 1:1, 17”, 19”, 19” oder 22” Widescreen umschalten.
Excerpt: Náruživí FPS hráči vědí, že každá sekunda se počítá a zpomalený obraz z vás dělá bezmocný terč. Vztekání a mlácení klávesnicí o obrazovku by však mohlo být ukončeno monitorem BenQ XL2410T. Ten by měl přinést bleskovou odezvu a mnoho dalších vylepšení.