The BenQ XL2720Z is a 27 inch display with Full HD resolution (1080 x 1920 pixels) and support for HDMI, D-Sub, DVI and DisplayPort.
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Pro Fast 144Hz refresh rate
The BenQ XL2720Z features a very fast refresh rate of 144Hz, or 144 times per second. This allows for extremely fluent gameplay and is a major improvement over regular 60Hz displays.
Pro ZeroFlicker technology
The monitor uses ZeroFlicker technology to eliminate flickering in intensive gaming situations which reduces eye fatigue.
Pro Support for NVIDIA's 3D Vision 2
This BenQ display offers support for playing games in 3D with NVIDIA 3D Vision 2.
Pro Comes with handy remote
Included in the box is the S Switch, a small remote that connects to your monitor via USB. You can easily adjust settings of the XL2720Z on the fly without having to use an onscreen display.
Pro Blur reduction
BenQ uses its own blur reduction technology to sharpen images of games using excessive motion blur by using backlight flickering to make fast-paced games appear sharper.
Pro Fast response time
With a response time of just 1ms, the BenQ XL2411Z is one of the fastest monitors on the market. Ideal for fast-paced gaming situations such as first person shooters.
Pro Rotatable, tiltable and adjustable in height
You can easily adjust the height of the monitor, and you can also rotate it and switch between landscape and portrait mode.
Pro Hook for headphones
The monitor features a special hook on the back of the display to store a headset, keeping it out of the view and saving desk space.
Con No FreeSync or GSync support
The monitor does not support AMD's FreeSync nor NVIDIA's GSync for adaptive refresh rates without stuttering and screen tearing.
Con Expensive for a 1080p display
The price tag of the XL2720Z is on the higher end, especially for larger monitors with a 1080p resolution.
Con No built-in speakers
There are no small speakers built-in for normal use, speakers or headphones are necessary.