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Testseek.com have collected 45 expert reviews of the BenQ XL2410T and the average rating is 76%. Scroll down and see all reviews for BenQ XL2410T.
Award: Recommended August 2011
August 2011
 
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The editors liked

  • The BenQ XL2410T is a 3D monitor featuring a full assortment of ergonomic options and very good performance in games and movies
  • Solid 3D performance
  • Goes to portrait mode.

The editors didn't like

  • The monitor's price is higher than other 3D displays
  • There's some egregious backlight bleeding
  • And drawing out good performance requires plenty of time spent adjusting settings
  • Poor dark levels
  • Some compression banding and high contrast streaking.

 

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  Published: 2011-06-04, Author: Eric , review by: cnet.com

  • The BenQ XL2410T is a 3D monitor featuring a full assortment of ergonomic options and very good performance in games and movies
  • The monitor's price is higher than other 3D displays, there's some egregious backlight bleeding, and drawing out good performance requires plenty of time spent adjusting settings
  • The BenQ XL2410T is a cleanly-designed LED-based 3D monitor that takes some effort to bring out its performance.

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  Published: 2011-06-01, Author: Amber , review by: maximumpc.com

  • Solid 3D performance; goes to portrait mode.
  • Poor dark levels; some compression banding and high contrast streaking.

 
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  Published: 2010-12-07, review by: flatpanelshd.com

  • BenQ XL2410T has a matte, black frame and extensive ergonomic adjustability which is great. The monitor feels robust and the integrated HDMI input allow users to connect other devices, although it's not a HDMI 1.4 input. A PBP (Picture by picture) functio...

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  Published: 2011-09-15, review by: apcmag.com

  • Abstract:  In order to make the BenQ XL2410T appealing to gamers, BenQ has employed a range of strategies. For a start, it teamed up with professional Counter-Strike players who helped design the monitor, building a 24in LED backlit bundle of joy that anyone woul...

 
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  Published: 2011-08-01, review by: cnet.com.au

  • 120Hz makes for silky smooth gaming. Height adjustment has huge range. Can turn off auto-switch to HDMI. PBP allows HDMI by DVI. Decent HQV performance. Four-year, zero-dead pixel warranty policy. Excellent scaling options
  • Underside buttons. Bad light bleed. Greyscale gradient crushes to white and black too quickly. Fails more inversion pixel walk tests than the norm
  • BenQ's XL2410T is excellent value, especially considering it runs at 120Hz. If you're after silky smooth frame rates, low response time, guaranteed zero input lag and don't really care about image quality and control it excels fantastically. If you nee...

 
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  Published: 2011-08-01, review by: Zdnet.com.au

  • 120Hz makes for silky smooth gaming, Height adjustment has huge range, Can turn off autoswitch to HDMI, PBP allows HDMI by DVI, Decent HQV performance, Fouryear, zerodead pixel warranty policy, Excellent scaling options
  • Underside buttons, Bad light bleed, Greyscale gradient crushes to white and black too quickly, Fails more inversion pixel walk tests than the norm
  • BenQ's XL2410T is excellent value, especially considering it runs at 120Hz. If you're after silky smooth frame rates, low response time, guaranteed zero input lag and don't really care about image quality and control it excels fantastically. If you nee...

 
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  Published: 2011-06-03, Author: Eric , review by: cnet.com.au

  • The BenQ XL2410T is a 3D monitor featuring a full assortment of ergonomic options and very good performance in games and movies
  • The monitor's price is higher than other 3D displays, there's some egregious backlight bleeding, and drawing out good performance requires plenty of time spent adjusting settings
  • The BenQ XL2410T is a cleanly-designed LED-based 3D monitor that takes some effort to bring out its performance....

 
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  Published: 2011-04-18, review by: smarthouse.com.au

  • Exceptionally little input lag; 3DReady; 120Hz support
  • Very limited viewing angles; Motion processing doesn't work very well

 
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  Published: 2011-04-18, review by: channelnews.com.au

  • Exceptionally little input lag; 3D-Ready; 120Hz support
  • Very limited viewing angles; Motion processing doesn't work very well

 
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  Published: 2010-10-28, review by: apcmag.com

  • Abstract:  We've been hearing about the yet-to-be-released BenQ XL2410T for a while now. It's a 23.6in monitor created by BenQ specifically for gaming, with a set of features to make gamers drool. But unlike other gamer dream machines, such as the Dell UltraShar...

 
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