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BenQ XL2720Z Expert Reviews

monitornerds.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-07
The BenQ XL2720Z is the bigger brother of the BenQ XL2420TE, which we called as one of the best gaming monitors at that point. In this review, we will what BenQ has done to it. First of all, they have increased the screen real estate by go...
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HEXUS.net
Reviewed on 2016-03-10
Excellent image after calibration, High refresh rates work a treat, Good choice of inputs, Build quality is solidViewing angles are poor, Low resolution for 2016, Only USB 2.0 hub
PC gaming monitors can typically be split into three distinct camps. The first, usually the most inexpensive, use high refresh rates to increase the fluidity of motion when gaming with a high-end video card. There's not much that can rival a quality displ...
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monitornerds.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-14
The Benq XL2720Z is one of a complete gaming monitors that you can get when it comes to first person shooting gaming and E-sports gaming monitors (Counter-Strike, Battlefield, Call of Duty). As with most BenQ monitors, you get a ton of opportunities f...
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monitornerds.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-03
Gaming features perform excellentAcceptable color display from sharp angles
This is a great 144hz monitor for pro gamers. As with all BenQ monitors, the BenQ XL2720Z comes with a lot of cool and relevant gaming features. The S Switch is perceived as one of those brand related features that differentiate BenQ from t...
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gadgetynews.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-12
This is the third BenQ monitor that I have had the pleasure to review. Today I am writing about the XL2720Z – a 27-inch gaming monitor that still packs what a gamer needs but is less painful to your pocket than the XL2730Z.The BenQ XL2720Z has the gamer-f...
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techteamgb.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-08-10
Looking for a killer gaming monitor? This could be it!This is the BenQ XL2720Z, the 27″ 144Hz TN 1080p gaming monitor. Yeah, bit of a mouthful.. Let's break it down, station with the front. On the right you'll find the white LED capacitive buttons that ca...
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gadgetspeak.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-06
Recently I have been checking out the BenQ XL2720Z ultimate gaming monitor. This kit consists of a 27-inch LCD monitor, two-piece stand, a selection of leads for power, D-sub, DVI-D dual link and USB connections. There is also an S Switch device which act...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-14
Excellent gaming performance, Good ergonomics, Loads of AV inputs, Blur-reduction feature works wellPrice just too high for resolution and image quality, Doesn't have FreeSync
What is the BenQ XL2720Z? The XL2720Z is a large, feature-packed gaming monitor that includes a motion-blur reducing mode, ultra-low input lag and even has a remote control for using the on-screen display. A step down from the higher-resolution, FreeSync-...
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uk.hardware.info
Reviewed on 2014-09-15
When considering gaming monitors, their response time is probably the first thing that comes to mind. While this is an important characteristic, a good monitor offers more than just rapid colour changes. Hardware.Info tested 12 gaming monitors, studied ...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2014-09-04
1ms response rate, Crystal clear image, Adequate video inputsFinicky touch buttons, No built, in speakers, Super pricey
A long, long time ago – fine, around 2005 – when gamers wanted quick response times for their favorite first-person shooters (FPS), they'd pick up a plasma TV. Sure, they ran hot, but those 600MHz screens displayed crisp, high-contrast images just as fast...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2014-09-03
1ms response rate, Crystal clear image, Adequate video inputsFinicky touch buttons, No builtin speakers, Super pricey
A long, long time ago – fine, around 2005 – when gamers wanted quick response times for their favorite first-person shooters (FPS), they'd pick up a plasma TV. Sure, they ran hot, but those 600MHz screens displayed crisp, high-contrast images just as fast...
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Bit-Tech.net
Reviewed on 2014-07-21
Gaming Monitor Roundup 2014 Introduction If you're considering getting a proper display to get your gaming on, you're probably looking at response time above all else. There's certainly good reason for that, but it's important to realize that faster does ...
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tweaktown.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-15
We've got our first-ever BenQ monitor in the lab for review. BenQ provides quite a few different models of displays, with something available for almost everyone. As gamers, we're particularly interested in what they offer.A quick look on their website sh...
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XSreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2014-06-22
144 Hz and low 1ms response times provide a fluid experience if your computer is up to the task, particularly in twitchy games like shooters, A wide selection of ports offer convenient connections for multiple devices, The S Switch control unit and tough-...Poor viewing angles compared to IPS displays make the monitor unsuitable for spectators, Low colour gamut and the low resolution ensure that Korean 1440p monitors retain an edge in graphics and other non-gaming use cases
Today we're looking at the BenQ XL270Z, BenQ's premier gaming monitor. This model's unique selling point is its 144 Hz refresh rate, which is much higher than the 60 Hz standard you'll find on the vast majority of monitors. That translates into a much smo...
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tomshardware.co.uk
Reviewed on 2014-05-30
Many displays are marketed as gaming monitors. But only a tiny handful operate at refresh rates greater than 60 Hz. The BenQ XL2720Z sails along at 144 Hz and offers many gaming-specific features. Today we run it through our benchmark suite. For a displ...
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tomshardware.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-30
Many displays are marketed as gaming monitors. But only a tiny handful operate at refresh rates greater than 60 Hz. The BenQ XL2720Z sails along at 144 Hz and offers many gaming-specific features. Today we run it through our benchmark suite. For a displ...
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gadgetshow.channel5.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-02
Make no mistake here, this monitor is huge. At 27-inches, BenQ has managed to create a massive display that not only looks good, but is extremely configurable too. The 27-inch full HD screen sports a twisted nematic (TN) panel along with non-reflected coating, all enclosed in a slick looking matte-black frame that has just a 0.75-inch bezel. The screen itself sits on a black stand with sharp, red...There's not much to fault the BenQ XL2720Z Gaming Monitor on, as it does its job superbly - and also performs well as your day-to-day monitor too. We found the capacitive touch buttons on the display sometimes wouldn't register our commands, and the screen itself is not ideal for sharing with a range of people as it suffers from narrow viewing angles - but if you're keeping it to yourself, you'll...
When it comes to PC gaming, gamers want the best of the best - from the best components, to the best keyboards, top-notch mice and everything in between, and BenQ is promising to deliver the best monitor possible with its latest XL2720Z. It promises to...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2014-04-16
Great port selection. Excellent gaming performance. Fast pixel response. 144Hz refresh rate.Pricey. Finicky touch buttons. Narrow viewing angles
Once again, BenQ has a winner on its hands with the new XL2720Z ($529) gaming monitor. Like its predecessor, the BenQ XL2720T£419.99 at Amazon, the XL2720Z%displayPrice% at %seller% lets you take your game to new levels, with a fast pixel response and ded...
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tftcentral.co.uk
Reviewed on 2014-03-13
Huge range of useful gaming extras, Very low response times and lag, Flicker free backlightRestrictive viewing angles from TN Film technology, Default setup even in 'standard' mode isn't particularly accurate, Blur Reduction default strobe timing not optimum for some, but can be adjusted
BenQ have been focusing their XL series of screens at gamers for many years now, and each time they refresh the models available they try to introduce something new and interesting to further enhance the gaming experience for their users. The XL serie...
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digitalversus.com
Reviewed on 2014-02-10
Excellent response time, 144 Hz refresh rate, Good contrast (1060:1), Effective Motion Blur Reduction function, Compatible with Nvidia 3D Vision 2, Excellent hardware and handlingTN display, screen looks dark when viewed from below, Crosstalk in 3D mode, Nvidia 3D Vision 2 is the only option for 3D gaming
Hot on the heels of its T-series monitors—including the excellent XL2420T and XL2720T we recently reviewed—BenQ has updated its gaming range with a new line of Z-series displays. On paper,...
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