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Do you guys think there will be a CS:GO version made?

Prolly not.
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Was looking for the max height when screen is at lowest position and then I found this image:
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I see the carry handle build into the stand will be the height I'm looking for because the screen can get lower than it. So, can someone mesure the total height of that stand please? Need to find out if I have the clearance.
Also, what is the height of the viewing area (no border)? I'm curious what I will gain from the 10.75" of my current 19" CRT. I', sure to gain a lot in width because of the wider ratio!
Thanks

From the bottom to the top of the handle is exactly 16in.

The screen itself is 11 11/16 in. in height
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From the bottom to the top of the handle is exactly 16in.

The screen itself is 11 11/16 in. in height

Hey thanks for taking the time for measurements! I see I will not gain much in height like I expected but it's ok. Glad to see it will fit on my desk.

Was thinking of the 27" VG278H but I'm afraid it would be too big and I think I've read more bad experience with it than with this one here.
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The XL2420T or the XL2420TX? I do not know the difference.
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The XL2420T or the XL2420TX? I do not know the difference.

TX comes with the 3D emitter and 3D glasses. The other does not.
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The XL2420T or the XL2420TX? I do not know the difference.

If you are interested in this monitor I guess you may have read about it... let me quote a part of a review for you:

A note about the other version of this screen as well, the XL2420TX which is not available in Europe but is available in other locations including the USA. The X model is a more expensive option which comes bundled with NVIDIA 3D Vision 2 glasses and includes a built-in IR emitter for easy use.

Since the XL2420T model does not offer these extras it is actually very important, because without the built-in IR emitter you will not be able to use the HDMI interface of the monitor for stereo 3D, even if you connect an external IR emitter to your PC. Using an external infrared emitter for 3D Vision glasses gives you only the ability to use the monitor in stereo 3D mode with a PC over the DL-DVI or the DisplayPort 1.1 interface. This means that the BenQ XL2420T monitor is more suitable for gaming in 120Hz 2D mode or using for stereo 3D content only with a PC. If you want to use the monitor for PS3 in 3D or any other HDMI 1.4-based stereo 3D-capable devices, you will not be able to on the XL2420T model. The HDMI interface present on the BenQ XL2420T monitor is 2D-capable only and you are of course not able to use 120Hz refresh rate over the HDMI, you need to use the other interfaces for the higher refresh rate.

The BenQ XL2420TX is the more expensive version that comes with a built-in IR emitter and a pair of 3D Vision 2 active shutter glasses, so you are able to use the monitor in 3D mode over DL-DVI, DisplayPort or HDMI 1.4.

Hope this help!
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You can add me to the 1st page as a T owner. I've had the monitor for quite a few months now and I love it!

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post #158 of 750
Soooo, just to be sure, if I am not 3D gaming, I want to go with the T version and the only thing I will be missing out on is 3D stuff, correct?
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Soooo, just to be sure, if I am not 3D gaming, I want to go with the T version and the only thing I will be missing out on is 3D stuff, correct?

Correct.
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What's a good place to purchase one from? Newegg is out.
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