New BenQ LED Monitors Are Designed with Gaming in Mind
While two of BenQ’s latest LED monitors, the RL2450H and the XL2420T, share a lot of similarities in terms of technical specs, each of them also highlights unique features. Both the RL2450H and the XL2420T have a 24-inch screen, full HD resolution (1920 x 1080p), 1000:1 typical contrast ratio, and 2ms GTG response time. Below are the differences.
Designed in collaboration with among the world’s best StarCraft players, the BenQ RL2450H is a 24-inch LED monitor with features that allow gamers have the advantage over their opponents. The RL2450H’s Black eQualizer feature and RTS mode brighten dark scenes to enable users to easily spot their enemies. The RL2450H also features Display Mode and Smart Scaling that allow gamers to switch from one screen size and aspect to another instantly.
BenQ worked together with some of the world’s renowned Counter-Strike legends to come up with the XL2420T. Besides Black eQualizer, Display Mode, and Smart Scaling Features, the XL2420T comes with the distinct S Switch remote controller which allows users to change the monitor’s display preset on the fly. The S Switch seamlessly works with the XL2420T intuitive OSD, allowing for easy navigation and quick adjustment of settings. The monitor also features FPS mode which optimizes display settings for better visibility.
The RL2450H has a brightness level of 250cd/m2 and a set of connectors which includes a VGA, DVI-D, HDMI, and a headphone jack. On the other hand, the XL2420T has a brighter screen, boasting a brightness level of 350cd/m2, and offers more connectivity options that include an extra HDMI, DisplayPort, and USB terminals.