Summary: I bought this gaming monitor, expecting that the image quality would blow me away. Pictures on it are disappointing, and are better once one fiddles with all the controls for a while. In contrast, my eight-year-old Dell monitors worked perfectly out of the box. The monitor is brighter than my old Dell monitors. When the monitor goes to sleep, it takes a little while for it to wake up and display a picture. The built-in 3D vision is pretty neat but extravagant.
Love 120mhz, Love the 3D but got a few bones to pick with BenQ
Deborah Wilcox, Amazon
15 November 2012
Summary: So this is my second BenQ XL2420TX, the first one had a dead pixel in the middle of the screen and this one has a stuck pixel on the lower right hand side. Some black-light bleed but not a deal breaker. When you price a LED like this at almost $500, I expect no dead pixels no stuck pixels! I bought a $109.00 Acer and it has no dead pixels and no stuck pixels.
Summary: Aside from that, the monitor functions fairly well. 3D ready functionality is perfect. The picture needs some adjustment, but you can find some decent profiles online. Shipment came on time, nothing missing.