- Category: Laptops, Notebooks & Monitors
- Published: Tuesday, 08 April 2014 05:44
- Written by Floris Bouchot
Hello again! Here we are again today with the review of the brand new BenQ XL2720Z "Ultimate Esports Gaming Monitor". Everyone needs a monitor to do our work, play video games, browse the internet, or even to read a website such as www.funkykit.com for the latest reviews and tech news. This monitor has some cool features such as: up to 144Hz refresh rate, customizable viewing preference (which means you can change the screen size from 17" up to 27" (default)) and much more! So let us check it out!
First of all I want to thank BenQ for providing us the XL2720Z Gaming Monitor review sample. I do guess most of you readers know BenQ but for those among you who do not know BenQ here is a little snippet from their site:
"Welcome to BenQ Corporation – a world-leading human technology and solutions provider driven by the corporate vision of “Bringing Enjoyment ‘N’ Quality to Life” to elevate and enrich the aspects of life that matter most to people today – lifestyle, business, healthcare and education.
Set apart by the unique philosophy of “Because it matters”, BenQ is committed to empower people today to live better, increase efficiency, feel healthier and enhance learning through people-driven, innovation-fueled products, services and solutions. The spirit, as our very existence to improve the experience of life in every aspect, underlies our product development, business model, partnerships and corporate culture. It is also what inspires our dedicated employees and directs us in global citizenry.
Because it matters, BenQ will continue to utilize substantial resources and proven expertise in product design, visual display, mobile solutions and network convergence technologies with the hope to delight the world, offering a broad range of products, services and solutions: digital projectors, professional monitors, interactive large-format displays, imaging solutions, mobile computing devices, and LED lighting solutions.."