The RL2455HM is a professional gaming monitor suited for console game play. This 24-inch LED monitor is packed with the latest features: the Black eQualizer, RTS Mode, Display Mode, Smart Scaling, 1ms GTG, HDMI, and 12M:1 dynamic contrast ratio.
Poor visibility in dark scenes can cost even the most skillful gamers their game. The Black eQualizer color engine technology is designed to offer an unprecedented level of control and visibility. Dark scenes are brightened without over-exposing the bright areas to preserve vital details, enabling gamers to spot their enemies easily in critical combat and react quickly in any situation.
The Display Mode and Smart Scaling features allow you to change the monitor view to suit your liking and to simulate any in-game experience. Interchange instantly between four different screen sizes from 17", 19" and 19"W, 21.5"W, 22"W to 23"W using the Display Mode. Or take advantage of the Smart Scaling feature and enjoy the flexibility to freely scale the screen content to any custom size. You can even use the two features together to get the best possible view for any application or game.
A fast response time of 1ms GTG means speed without the smear for an enhanced gaming experience. Fast-moving action and dramatic transitions will be rendered smoothly without the annoying effects of smearing or ghosting. Control your gaming destiny and don't leave it in the hands of slow display.
The RL2455HM has passed Windows 8 certification and are fully compatible with Windows 8 color systems. Plug in the RL2455HM to your computer, and Windows 8 will recognize it instantly, making setup and connection effortless.
BenQ professional gaming monitors are not only the official global Tournament monitor of top notch league and tournaments, but also unrivaled victor of world renowned design awards. In addition, BenQ professional gaming monitors are used by prominent gamers to perfect their gameplay. The BenQ RL Series is proud to be the official gaming monitor in the Intel Extreme Masters season 2011/2012 and Major League Gaming 2012 Season.