Today we review BenQ's latest flagship gaming monitor, the XL2410T, which just happens to be the world's first 3D capable LED based LCD monitor. BenQ has always been ahead when it comes to dishing out products with the "World's First" title. We've seen it in the past with the V2220H, which was the world's slimmest LED LCD monitor, and the E2400HD, which was the first 16:9 LCD monitor.
While the above products were good, they weren't exactly great, and we felt they were a bit unpolished. It's as if BenQ hurried the entire process just to get the monitors in the market before anyone else. With the XL2410T, however, BenQ has co-developed this monitor with the help of professional gamers in order to achieve the best possible result. Let's find out how well this has worked.
The XL2410T is a full HD monitor with a TN panel. The actual dimensions are 23.6" since it has the 16:9 aspect ratio. The contrast and brightness levels are the typical values of 1000:1 (typical) and 300 cd/m2 respectively. The XL2410T is dressed in a handsome black finish that's thankfully matt and features full tilt, pivot and rotate adjustments.