BenQ Zowie has announced the launch of two new gaming monitors – the XL2546K and the XL2411K in the Middle East. The BenQ Zowie XL series e-sports monitors have always been driven by the immense focus on providing precise and customizable adjustments for gamers.
The new gaming monitors are released to enhance the players comfort and convenience during the game play with a smaller base so that the players can have more space for their keyboard and mouse without sacrificing on the stability or the adjustments for the comfortable viewing angles.
BenQ Zowie XL2546K
BenQ has included its popular features like the DyAc+ Technology, Black eQualizer and Color Vibrance to deliver an excellent gaming experience for the gamers especially the gamers who love warfare games. The XL2546K has decent connectivity options like 3x HDMI 2.0, DP 1.2 and a headphone jack as well.
Compared to the predecessor, the XL2546K now has a 5 way scroll S switch for instantly adapt to the gaming scenarios from the profile presets. In terms of the stand adjustment, the monitor can now tilt up to 23 degrees and height of 155mm an improvement from the 140mm from the previous model. The Zowie XL2546K retains the side shields that help the gamers to avoid distractions during the game play.
BenQ Zowie XL2411K
Zowie XL2411K is a 144Hz e-Sports monitor with a resolution of 1080p resolution in a 24 inch TN panel with 1ms grey to grey response time. It has packed features like DyAc, Black eQualizer and Color Vibrance.
The stand can be tilted up to 23 degrees and the height can be adjusted up to 155mm. In the model XL2411K, BenQ have not added the S-Switch and Shield inside the box, however these accessories can be bought as optional.
The Zowie XL2411K has added connectivity features like 2 X HDMI 1.4, HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.2 and a headphone jack on the monitor.
The Zowie XL2546K is priced around $499 and $229 for the XL2411K in the US. However, BenQ hasn’t revealed the retail pricing of their latest gaming monitors in the Middle East. The Zowie XL-K series e-sports monitors are expected to be available by the end of September 2020.