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BenQ XL2546K

BenQ launches Esports Gaming Monitors in both 144Hz and 240Hz in Singapore

BenQ ZOWIE has just announced that it will be launching the XL2546K and XL2411K esports gaming monitor in Singapore.

These newly updated monitors guarantee a smoother, more responsive and clearer visual experience for the growing base of esports athletes and enthusiasts.

XL2546K

The new XL2546K is part of the XL-K series and a successor to the legendary XL2546. It features a 240Hz refresh rate with 0.5ms grey to grey response time. It also comes with DyAc+™ technology, Black eQualizer, Color Vibrance and much more, as part of the popular features from BenQ ZOWIE.

XL2411K

The XL2411K on the other hand is a 144Hz gaming monitor with a 1ms grey to grey response time. It has now been upgraded with DyAc™ technology which makes this monitor clearer than ever.

Both models feature DyAc™ /DyAc+ ™ – a technology designed by ZOWIE to reduce motion blur seen in LCD technology. It reduces vigorous screen shaking in-game and can help improve recoil control in games such as CS:GO. For gamers, it is often said that even a 1% increase in clarity will make a huge difference in the arena.

In terms of aesthetics and functionality, the XL-K series also comes with a smaller base – giving players more space for their keyboard and mouse, without sacrificing the stability of their monitor stand. Players can enjoy a wider adjustment angle than ever before, ensuring comfortable and desired viewing angles when gaming.

The new XL-K series features a new OSD menu, which provides for quicker access to player’s desired settings. The newly updated S-Switch now offers a 5-ways scroll wheel at the center, which makes the OSD navigation smoother and more intuitive.

Pricing & Availability

The new XL-K series is now available in Singapore at local retailers such as XTREME Solution and the LAZADA BenQ Flagship store.

Recommended retail prices for the XL-K series are:

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