Summary: Pros: 120hz, true 120. I bought this on a whim after my reg 24" 60hz monitor went out. I do a lot of FPS, MOBA, and RPG gaming. I was either going to do 1x120 or 3x60, and I am so glad I went with 1x120. The smoothness is amazing. I have never gamed on a 120, but I will never go back. Setup.
Summary: I have been looking to upgrade to a 120hz monitor for a long time now but I havent jumped at any. i almost brought the famous ASUS one but still there were things bugging me about it. When I saw the first model of this I was really going to get it but there were to many negative reviews on it.
Pros: All the specs you read on here are excellent and live up to expectations.
Cons: none so far, but if I was to something I would say buttons are to sensitive.
Summary: I had the original benq xl2410t and this monitor fixes some of the minor issues that one had. First of all, there is ZERO backlight bleed, which i hated on the original. Secondly, the black equalizer makes a big difference.
Summary: I already have one Benq monitor & have been very pleased with it so getting the 2nd one a 3d version for the bargain price of £216 was great & I'm pleased to say it works very well & i'm delighted with my purchase
Summary: This monitor is great indeed, well worth the money if you love gaming. The only negative thing I can say about it is the glossy plastic parts on the monitor (act as a dust magnet) since this annoys me with any monitor.
Summary: Had the monitor for 2 days now. I’ve been looking for a good monitor for a while, and this one is great. I received the XL2420T Rev2.0 if anyone is wondering, which is marketed as an XL2420TE overseas.
Great monitor with good colour accuracy for a TN panel
1 March 2014
Summary: I was looking for a high refresh rate gaming monitor and coming from an IPS panel I wanted to get a monitor with the best colour accuracy I could from a TN panel and from other reviews this one seemed to be the best.