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BenQ Unveils Zowie XL2586X featuring DyAc 2 Blur Reduction Technology and 540Hz 1080p screen

BenQ is making waves in the gaming monitor arena with the announcement of their latest powerhouse, the Zowie XL2586X. This eagerly anticipated release follows in the footsteps of the widely popular XL2566K, but with a significant upgrade – a mind-boggling refresh rate of 540Hz. This 24-inch gaming marvel is designed to deliver unparalleled speed and responsiveness, setting a new benchmark for gaming monitors. Let's dive into the details that make the XL2586X a formidable contender in the gaming monitor landscape.

At the heart of the XL2586X is its "Fast-TN" panel (TN Film), purpose-built to handle the intense demands of a 540Hz refresh rate. This upgrade from the previous 360Hz on the XL2566K ensures smoother and more responsive gameplay. Complementing the high refresh rate is BenQ's latest iteration of DyAc technology – DyAc 2. This advanced blur reduction technology enhances motion clarity, a crucial feature for competitive gamers seeking an edge in fast-paced environments.

The XL2586X boasts a 24.1-inch display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080, a 1000:1 contrast ratio, and a brightness of 320 cd/m2. The "Fast TN" panel ensures rapid response times, catering to the demands of high-speed gaming. The adaptive-sync support enables variable refresh rates, contributing to a tear-free gaming experience.

BenQ continues its tradition of delivering gaming-centric features, including Black eQualizer, Color Vibrance, S Switch, and a provided Shielding Hood. The newly introduced height-adjustable stand, powered by an industrial-grade bearing design, offers tilt, height, and swivel adjustments. This provides gamers with the flexibility to customize their setup for optimal comfort and performance.

The XL2586X comes equipped with 1x DisplayPort 1.4 and 3x HDMI 2.1 connections, ensuring compatibility with a range of devices. While the BenQ website suggests a price tag of $599 USD, detailed information is expected in January, with the official release slated for Q1. Keep an eye on BenQ's Twitter and X feed for updates on pricing and availability.

BenQ's Zowie XL2586X emerges as a force to be reckoned with in the gaming monitor arena, pushing the boundaries with its jaw-dropping 540Hz refresh rate and DyAc 2 blur reduction technology. As we await further details on pricing and release dates, one thing is clear – the XL2586X is poised to redefine the gaming experience for those who demand the absolute best in speed, responsiveness, and visual clarity. Stay tuned for more updates as we delve deeper into the world of gaming monitor innovation.

Source: BenQ

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