Summary: I have 2 XL2720T that I use on my gaming PC. I find the color are very vivid and the games looks great at 120H. Only issue I have with it is the control are hard to use if I want to lower the brightness.
Summary: As I was afraid of it came with a dead pixel. Looking around the internet and reading the reviews I knew there was a good chance it would have a few dead pixels. The company that sold it was difficult and slow to return it(they wouldn't exchange it) so I decided I could live with one dead pixel.
Summary: Overall I love this monitor. It's not as pretty as the higher resolution IPS models, but the fast response time, 120hz refresh rate, and slick design make it a great buy for FPS gamers. Physical Design The monitor looks very professional - no garish lights or logos you find on some gaming equipment.
Summary: I didn't realize how bad the viewing angles were on TN panels. I've always had IPS panels. They say 160/170 degrees for the angles but contrast and color tones shift at about 10-20 degrees. That is probably the worst thing about this monitor.
Summary: this monitor is truly awesome. You can totally tell the difference with the 120hz, It made skyrim look alot better, it has tons of customization... Great monitor. I would have given it a 5 except it arrived with dead pixels and i'm still waiting to hear back from the manufacturer.
Summary: I didn't quite understand the need for a 120hz display in gaming until I saw a friend at a LAN party using one. The smooth tracking you get in FPS games is totally worth the cost. I chose the BenQ XL2720T due to the fact that we use their displays at work.
Great framerates; average color reproduction (but expected)
KcMsterpce "KcMsterpce", Amazon
10 July 2013
Summary: I'll keep this short and simple: Pros: - If you can play your favorite games at 120+fps, this is certainly worth considering. Rock solid display! Great response time. - The menu "pad" is awesome.