High-tech supplier BenQ has launched two new gaming monitors. According to the manufacturer, both the Mobiuz EX2510S and Mobiuz EX2710S models have an IPS panel with Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080) in 16: 9 format, a refresh rate of 165 Hz and an optical tuner. In addition, new screens should be comfortable on the eyes.
Designed for “casual games”
Gaming monitors have built-in 2.5W speakers. The 1 millisecond Moving Picture Respne Time (MPRT) and AMD FreeSync Premium should allow smooth and easy gaming And it prevents early fatigue, according to BenQ. In addition, the monitors have a viewing angle of 178 degrees both horizontally and vertically.
HDRi for more in-game details
As announced by the company, the displays have an integrated light sensor that detects ambient light and analyzes the screen’s content in order to create detailed HDR images. BenQ’s exclusive HDRi technology delivers outstanding picture sharpness with strong contrast, says the message. Hidden shadows will be revealed in the dark areas of the game. At the same time, according to BenQ, details are preserved in bright areas and overexposure is avoided.
Colorful accents and three audio modes
New Mobius models feature color accents on the base and a quick OSD menu that allows for quick change between specific black equalizer, volume, and brightness presets. The purpose of the five-way joystick on the back of the screen is to facilitate navigation in the OSD menu. Three sound modes are available as presets for different application scenarios: Game, Cinema, and Pop/Live.
The screen of the Mobiuz EX2710S has a diagonal of 27 inches and costs 335 francs (RRP).
The Mobiuz EX2510S screen has a diagonal of 24.5 inches and is available for 286 francs (RRP).
Speaking of games: BenQ also has a 4k projector that has a game mode. You will find more about it here.
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