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I'm about to replace a cheap LG 23" monitor that i have with the BenQ XL2720T!

What you guys think? I checked one from Asus too, but i'm not sure, the VG278HR from Asus will cost me about 700 euro in europe, while the BenQ XL2720T will cost me 520 with next day delivery in my door...

What you guys think?
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If you are looking for a 27" size panel at a 1080p resolution and 120Hz, this is one of the best.
It's also a LightBoost monitor -- it allows CRT quality sharp motion on LCD (zero motion blur).

The XL2720T is also one of the monitors with less image quality degradation in LightBoost relative to its non-LightBoost mode. It will probably impress in relation to a cheap LG 23". If you're looking for higher resolution such as 1440p, check out the overclockable 120Hz monitors (e.g. QNIX Q2710). Those potentially have better color (if you don't overclock too much, varies from unit to unit) but they have far more motion blur than LightBoost. If you're looking for the CRT motion effect on LCD, LightBoost is the only way to go. If you're looking for better high-resolution color, the overclockables may be interesting though they are more risky (warranty on Korean imports).
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I'll order it then!
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