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BenQ announces the Zowie XL2546S monitor with DyAc+

Following in the footsteps of its predecessor, the BenQ Zowie XL2546S wants to be the next monitor of choice for competitive esports gamers. The XL2546S is technically very similar to the BenQ Zowie XL2546, but it comes with DyAc+ (Dynamic Accuracy Plus) blue reduction backlight technology.

The BenQ Zowie XL2546S is a 24.5-inch TN monitor with 1080p resolution, 240Hz refresh rate, and 0.5ms G2G response time. This 8-bit panel has a 1000:1 contrast ratio, 320 cd/m2 of brightness, and 170/160 viewing angles.

This monitor supports Adaptive-sync, meaning you can use both AMD and Nvidia variable refresh rates technologies (48-240Hz with LFC). Players can also use Black eQualizer, if they want to increase the visibility in darker environments, and Color Vibrance technology, to adjust the colour’s tone to better define colour grading. Additionally, there’s DyAc+ to make fast in-game movements less blurry, providing a clearer image.

Each side of the screen also supports removable shields to prevent gamers from distractions, and it comes with an S-Switch included to easily access the monitor’s menu and change between profiles. The monitor’s frame was “specially designed” to prevent light reflection from outside sources, and the stand can be easily adjusted to fit the user’s needs, be it swivel (45/45), tilt (-5∼20), height (140mm) or rotate (90º). There’s also support for VESA 100×100.

According to TFTCentral, connectivity wise, there are 2x HDMI 2.0 ports, 1x DisplayPort 1.2, 1x mic 3.5mm jack, 1x headphone 3.5mm jack, and 2x USB ports.

No details regarding pricing or availability are not known yet. If you want to learn more about the BenQ Zowie XL2546S, click HERE.

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