Yes, and the built-in IR transceiver. Me too. But take a look at this.. This is a screen cap from the XL2420T/TX manual (click the image to open the manual):
Which specifies that you can use the HDMI with the TX model. But not with the T model?
And here, taken from a Nvidia website it is clearly stated that the T model does not have HDMI 1.4 3d Vision support, as opposed to the TX model that does (click the image to open the website):
In addition, if you look closely to any BenQ website, information about HDMI 1.4 is nowhere to be found concerning the XL2420T/TX models, instead it's always just "HDMI", which would be one way to do it, yet misleading, if the models in fact differed from one another.
These few things in addition to my own findings has led me to believe there is infact no HDMI 1.4 support whatsoever in XL2420T, which means no 3d content via HDMI from PS3, bluray players, etc.
Now, I really hope I am wrong here, and maybe this is all due to a misleading information or misunderstanding and maybe a faulty hdmi-cable or equipment on my part. I really do. And if not.. well, big shame on BenQ for omitting this kind of feature from one of the models! And even more so, for not clearly pointing out this kind of difference between the two models named so much alike!
Edited by Baalaaxa - 1/11/12 at 2:15pm