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post #11 of 24
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Originally Posted by senna89 View Post

BENQ is a disaster whit XL2410T.
If u want Benq absolutly, is coming the new Benq XL2420T.
The best 120Hz monitor are Asus VG series and Samsung SA700-750-950D series.
Other models are losers.

How come?
post #12 of 24
I owned the BenQ for a couple of days and returned it. Response time was excellent, the height adjustable stand was a nice feature as well. However, no matter how much time I spent calibrating the color, I simply couldn't get it to where I was comfortable with it. I've calibrated a lot of monitors (and tv's) over the years so I have a fairly good idea of how to get the best results but this monitor was seriously frustrating. I ended up returning it and going with the Samsung. World's better smile.gif

If the 27" Samsung is out of your budget, have a look for the 23". It is also stellar.
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post #13 of 24
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So much conflicting information =/
And 27 inches is what I have now. It's far too big.
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How does the xl2420 differ from xl2420t?
post #15 of 24
Samsung A750D / A950D
Asus VG236HE
Planar 2311 (matted screen)

only 3 i recommend...in order.
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post #16 of 24
Do NOT get the BenQ xl2410t! It has horrible light leaks and had dead pixels on both of mine. Both of these issues may have been fixed in later revisions, however I would strongly recommend you to get the xl2420t instead.
    
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And how does it differ from the xl2420?
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I was about to pull the trigger on 3x s23a700D's but the XL2420T just seems so much better for my use,

http://gaming.benq.com/gaming-monitor/xl2420t/specification/#skip

Also seems there will be a no glasses cheaper version (T/TX having embedded 3D IR emitter)

Insane amount of inputs
-D-sub
-DVI-DL(Dual-Link)
-HDMIx2
-DP1.2
Vesa
Portrait or Landscape
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post #19 of 24
My friend got a Benq XL2410T about a month ago and has none of the bleeding that some others here have had "they fixed that months ago" Only thing he had to do was spend some time adjusting the color . Awesome monitor .. check out some of the youtube videos on it.
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Originally Posted by Hellish View Post

I was about to pull the trigger on 3x s23a700D's but the XL2420T just seems so much better for my use,
http://gaming.benq.com/gaming-monitor/xl2420t/specification/#skip
Also seems there will be a no glasses cheaper version (T/TX having embedded 3D IR emitter)
Insane amount of inputs
-D-sub
-DVI-DL(Dual-Link)
-HDMIx2
-DP1.2
Vesa
Portrait or Landscape

Actually I think the T version doesnt' come with the Nvidia 3D kit while the TX does..

either way.. there's no pricing or any release date on this monitor..
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