BenQ monitor in CES 2013 | Ultra fast for professional gamers

Every millisecond of lag in the chain of saved data transfer between GPU and monitor is valuable and even more so if you are maniacs of online gaming in the more frantic FPS like Call of Duty and derivatives. BenQ today announced at CES in Las Vegas a further expansion in this direction with the new RL2455HM, a 24″ monitor with the extremes that the concept of ultra-low latencies already seen in the previous RL24050HT be adopted within the tournament circuit Major League Gaming.

BenQ RL240HM

BenQ RL240HM

In this new incarnation of the response time of 2ms down to a measly millisecond (called transition time gray to gray usually slightly faster than those from white to black but these are less frequent), a figure that places it among the most responsive monitors on the market. Much speed you pay for, however, in terms of color fidelity and viewing angles as in the adopted panel is a TN with LED backlightis which is almost always the most economical choice and quick in terms of response times in the panorama screen.

BenQ RL1

BenQ RL1

The resolution of the monitor is the classic Full HD 16:9 with a refresh rate of 60Hz excellent to synchronize with the output of the console. Among the functions BenQ included Black eQualizer settings to adjust the brightness without over exposure levels of white and Smart Scaling, for a myriad of configurations on-the-fly scaling of the visible area of non-standard screen resolutions (i.e. other than 1920 × 1080 native). The connectivity is still limited to only two HDMI ports.

BenQ RL2455HM

BenQ RL2455HM

The BenQ RL2455HM will be available from March at a list price of $ 229, slightly higher than the typical 24″ TN but cheaper than the various IPS solutions panels or other more exotic panels born for fidelity of color reproduction.

BenQ RL2455HM

BenQ RL2455HM

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