BenQ issue gamers with a new challenge releasing the XL2720Z The world’s first professional gaming monitor with Motion Blur Reduction

BenQ issue gamers with a new challenge releasing the XL2720Z The world’s first professional gaming monitor with Motion Blur Reduction

Sydney, Australia, January 2014:           Technical innovations are pretty common, but when they come in the form of BenQ’s new Motion Blur Reduction technology, it could spell the difference between gaming victory and defeat, and this makes BenQ’s newest 27”gaming monitor, the XL2720Z, an exciting release in gaming circles.
 
BenQ have established a name for themselves in gaming with their flagship range of XL gaming monitors, but the release of their 2014 models, which feature the world first Motion Blur Reduction technology, coupled with the addition of Low Blue Light (LBL) technology, making them a healthier choice for the eyes, BenQ are confident they’ll cement their position as No.1 in gaming monitors this year.
Said Josh Edwards, Marketing Executive at BenQ Australia, “The industry-leading features incorporated into the new XL2720Z provide gamers with top-notch vision conditions that allow them to practice long hours or compete fiercely with clear, comfortable vision. 
 
“Motion Blur Reduction is the best-to-date perfection of LCD displays in gaming action,” he said.  “Gamers will appreciate the clear difference we aim to deliver in game play clarity and fluidity once they get their hands on the XL2720Z.”
“Motion Blur Reduction is a uniquely designed technology which gives clear consideration to the three most crucial elements in determining a gamer’s performance – Resolution, Response Time and Refresh Rate.  The XL2720Z, along with the model’s close cousins, the XL2420Z and XL2411Z – both scheduled for release within 3 to 4 months, offer an ultra-smooth, blur-free gaming experience.
 
“Gamers have been reluctant to switch from CRT screens to LED displays as they’re concerned with the delay in refresh rate and the change in pixel colours from scene to scene.  BenQ’s XL monitors provide gamers with the reaction time advantage they seek to compete or practice comfortably and confidently with improved vision quality.  Motion Blur Reduction works to support a range of resolutions and refresh rates to provide cleaner, sharper video quality on the display,” he said.
 
New Low Blue Light (LBL) technology is introduced to gamers in this model, a feature which successfully manages the harmful blue spectrum light emitted from regular computer screens through an offering of various adjustable low blue light levels to help gamers better protect their eyes in play.  Blue LED light has been shown to cause damage to the retina over time, and so the addition of this new ‘eye-care’ feature from BenQ makes the XL2720Z a better choice for the long term health of gamers’ vision.
The XL2720Z, like the award-winning previous models - XL2420T and XL2411T, gives gamers the freedom to custom-build their personal gaming computers with GROM (Gaming Refresh Rate Optimisation Management), a system that collaborates with the Display Mode and Smart Scaling feature to enable customisation of viewing preferences. BenQ believe a highly personalised FPS gaming experience, more so than anything else, empowers gamers with an accurate sense of control, accuracy and ease.
 
“With the release of the first XL 2014 model, the XL2720Z this month, and the XL2420Z expected to launch within a few months, BenQ is providing gamers with striking visual clarity, seamless fluidity and great gaming comfort – all critical factors for gaming triumph,” said Edwards.
 
RRP:                XL2720Z: $599.00                 Available January
                        XL2420Z: $499.00                  Available March
                        XL2411Z: $429.00                  Available April
 
For further information and stockist details visit www.BenQ.com.au
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About BenQ Corporation
BenQ Corporation is a renowned global trendsetter of connected digital lifestyle devices founded on the brand promise of “Bringing Enjoyment ‘N’ Quality to Life.”  With a keen insight into ever-evolving consumer preferences, BenQ uniquely creates the ideal balance of leading technology and signature design to provide visual and mobile solutions that elevate consumer lifestyles.  BenQ continues to delight the world’s consumers with a broad product and embedded technology portfolio spanning digital projectors, monitors, interactive large-format displays, digital cameras and camcorders, mobile computing devices, and lighting solutions.     
 

 
About BenQ Group
The BenQ Group is a $21+ billion powerhouse comprised of 15+ independent companies operating in over 30 countries across numerous industries with a combined workforce of over 120,000 employees.  Each Group member is a recognized leader in its own field, contributing to the BenQ Group’s vast resources, broad R&D, and distinct strategic strengths.  By leveraging each company’s vertical specialization to create true scale across horizontal markets, the BenQ Group controls a highly efficient value chain with the unrivaled ability to deliver critical components and world-class solutions in the following industries: TFT-LCD, green energy, fine chemicals and advanced materials, lighting, IC design, precision components, system integration, branded business, and service.  The Group is committed to profitable and sustainable businesses that share its long-standing vision of Bringing Enjoyment ‘N’ Quality to Life.
n  The BenQ Group companies are:  BenQ Corporation, AU Optronics Corporation (world’s top manufacturer of large-size TFT-LCD panels), Qisda Corporation, Darfon Electronics Corporation, BenQ Materials Corp., BenQ Guru Corp., BenQ Medical Center, BenQ Medical Technology Corp., BriView Co., Ltd., Daxin Materials Corp., Dazzo Technology Corp., Forhouse Corp., Lextar Electronics Corp., Raydium Semiconductor Corp., and Wellypower Corp.