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Old 03-12-13, 09:30 AM   #1
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Post Review of the Benq XL2411T 3D Vision-ready 3D Monitor



Benq XL2411T is the latest 24-inch 3D Vision-ready monitor from BenQ, you can say that is the third generation of 3D-capable displays that BenQ releases with the first one (XL2410) having some issues with backlight bleeding at first and the second ones (XL2420T/TX) a bit more expensive and with limited availability of the TX version. Benq XL2411T comes as the successor of the Benq XL2420T with some improvements and with some extras removed, making the price much more attractive for a 120Hz gamer-oriented 3D-capable display that does not come bundled with integrated Ir emitter or 3D Vision glasses, so you need to buy them separately (a full kit, not just the glasses) or already to have them if you do plan to use it in stereo 3D mode. But how good is the XL2411T considering the fact that it is a gamer-oriented product and featuring some specially designed features for gamers, even though these re mostly available for 2D gaming, letus find outâ?¦


Benq XL2411T Specifications:


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Panel Size: 24-inches
Monitor Type: TN TFT-LCD with LED Backlight
3D Technology: Active 3D, 3D Vision Ready
Pixel Pitch: 0.276mm
Brightness: 350 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio (typ.): 1000:1, 12,000,000:1 (dynamic)
Response Time (typ.): 5ms, 1ms GTG
Viewing Angles: 170° (H) / 160° (V) @ C/R > 10
Input: D-sub, DL-DVI, HDMI
Power Consumption: On Mode 22W (typ.); Sleep (Standby)
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