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Solid 3D performance.
Goes to portrait mode.
Good color reproduction.
Supports Nvidia 3DVision.
Ultralow response time.
Picture in Picture.
120Hz refresh rate.
OSD buttons are slightly inconvenient to use.
Thick stand is almost ugly.
The TN panel is not great at view angles.
There's some egregious backlight bleeding.
Drawing out good performance requires plenty of time spent adjusting settings.
Poor dark levels.
Some compression banding and high contrast streaking.
Keys not backlit.
Menu buttons aren't easy to use.
Limited to 1080p resolution.
16:9 aspect ratio isn't so good for games.
By evogadget.com on June 01, 2012
At first sight, the latest BenQ XL2410T monitor seems to be a very attractive solution for 3D gamers. In reality, this model seems to have some problems in terms of response time of the screen. This is not really acceptable if you need to use the 3D...
By APC Magazine on September 15, 2011
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...
By ZDNet Australia on August 01, 2011
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....
By PCWorld India on June 14, 2011
Monitors with 3D display capability so far have used a TN panel and standard (CCFL) backlight. Not so, for the Benq XL2410T that attempts a world-first title by offering an LED backlight on a 3D capable PC monitor....
By cnet on June 04, 2011
The BenQ XL2410T is a cleanly-designed LED-based 3D monitor that takes some effort to bring out its...
By Maximum PC on June 01, 2011
BenQ developed the XL2410T with the help of two high-profile Counter-Strike gamers in order to produce one of the first 120Hz, LED-backlit monitors that is 3D capable—although it doesn’t come bundled with Nvidia’s 3D Vision glasses and...
By PC Advisor on May 20, 2011
The BenQ XL2410T is aimed very much at the gamer, but film enthusiasts and indeed any user that wants ultra-smooth PC coverage, will find plenty to engage with here. The XL2410T is relatively expensive though at around £285. Should you want the 3D...
By Smarthouse on April 18, 2011
Apparently, if you're, like, really into gaming and stuff, HeatoN and SpawN are a big deal. According to BenQ, these crazy guys "rocked the gaming world as the core of Ninjas in Pajamas and SK Gaming teams that created a legend with their many...
By Channel News Australia on April 18, 2011
BenQ constantly takes it up to the big brands in the monitor market. We take a look at the all new BenQ XL2410T to see how it stacks up when it comes to display and energy efficency.Apparently, if you're, like, really into gaming and stuff, HeatoN...
By Trusted Reviews on April 11, 2011
Apparently, if you’re, like, really into gaming and stuff, HeatoN and SpawN are a big deal. According to BenQ, these crazy guys "rocked the gaming world as the core of Ninjas in Pajamas and SK Gaming teams that created a legend with their many...
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