BenQ EW3270ZL 32 inch WQHD AMVA+ model

Some users like plenty of space and plenty of contrast on their screen, but don’t want to jump all the way up to the ‘4K’ UHD resolution of 3840 x 2160. Models such as the BenQ BL3200PT offer an alternative, with 32” WQHD (2560 x 1440) VA panels. The BenQ EW3270ZL makes use of such a panel and combines it with a number of new features.

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AOC AG251FZ with 240Hz TN panel

Having recently reviewed the 180Hz-capable ASUS PG248Q, we certainly appreciate that there is some benefit to be had even beyond already high refresh rates such as 144Hz. But with that model, a 144Hz panel is used and then overclocked to up to 180Hz – bringing with it some contrast and artifacting issues. The AOC AG251FZ features a 24.5” TN panel with native 240Hz refresh rate – no overclocking required.

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AOC AG271QG 165Hz IPS-type G-SYNC model

The AOC AG271QX was a recently announced member of the new AGON series of gaming monitors. Using a FreeSync-compatible 144Hz TN panel with 2560 x 1440 (WQHD) resolution, it seems an interesting alternative to products like the BenQ XL2730Z. The AOC AG271QG, also of the AGON series, offers an interesting alternative to products like the ASUS PG279Q and Acer XB271HU.

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BenQ XL2540 240Hz Full HD monitor

When it comes to responsive gameplay, elevated refresh rates and frame rates are vitally important. As explored in this article, high refresh rates and frame rates are vitally important for a good ‘connected feel’ when playing a game and can also hugely reduce perceived blur. We’ve recently seen models push up the refresh rate beyond even 144Hz, for example with the 180Hz-capable ASUS PG248Q.

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BenQ PD3200U and PD3200Q UHD and WQHD designer monitors

BenQ have produced quite a range of solidly built monitors with a plethora of useful features for ‘professional’ users and solid all-round performance. The BL3201PT/PH and BL3200PT are two such examples of this, designed with CAD/CAM users in mind. The BenQ PD2700Q and PD3200Q are updated versions of these models, again aimed with designers in mind but sure to appeal more broadly.

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AOC AG241QG and AG241QX 144Hz+ WQHD models

Having taken a look at the Dell P2416D, which was one of the first WQHD (2560 x 1440) models to hit the scene with a ~24” screen, we can certainly see the appeal of that combination of screen size and resolution. The size itself is one many are comfortable to have on their desks, whilst we found the monitor fine to use without scaling – and also enjoyed the pixel density.

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