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Benq RL2455HM - Monitor (60,96 cm (24"), 1 ms, 250 cd / m², 2W, Negro, Kensington)
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Ajuste de la inclinación: Si
Ajustes de altura: No
Altavoces incorporados: Si
Altura: 43,5 cm
Ancho: 57,9 cm
Brillo de pantalla: 250 cd / m²
Cantidad de puertos VGA (D-Sub): 1
Clase de eficiencia de energía: Sin especificar
Cliente delgado instalado: No
Color del producto: Negro
Compatibilidad con interfaces de montaje VESA: 100 x 100 mm
Consumo de energía (apagado): 0,5W
Cámara incorporada: No
Diagonal de la pantalla: 60,96 cm (24")
Exhibición en pantalla (OSD): Si
Formatos gráficos soportados: 1920 x 1080 (HD 1080)
Gama de colores: 72%
Número de altavoces: 2
Número de colores de la pantalla: 16,77M
Número de lenguajes OSD: 17
Número de puertos HDMI: 2
Peso: 4,1 kg
Peso del paquete: 5,7 kg
Potencia estimada RMS: 2W
Profundidad: 18,9 cm
Puerto DVI: Si
Ranura para cable de seguridad: Kensington
Razón de contraste (típica): 1000:1
Relación de aspecto: 16:9
Relación de contraste (dinámico): 12000000:1
Resolución de la pantalla: 1920 x 1080 Pixeles
Salidas para auriculares: 1
Sintonizador de TV integrado: No
Sistema operativo Windows soportado: Windows 7 Home Basic, Windows 7 Home Basic x64, Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Home Premium x64, Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Professional x64, Windows 7 Starter, Windows 7 Starter x64, Windows 7 Ultimate, Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 Enterprise, Windows 8 Enterprise x64, Windows 8 Pro, Windows 8 Pro x64, Windows 8 x64
Tamaño de pixel: 0.276 x 0.276 mm
Tecnología de visualización: TN
Tiempo de respuesta: 1 ms
Tipo HD: Full HD
VESA mounting: Si
Voltaje de entrada: 90 - 264V
Ángulo de inclinación: -5 - 15°
Ángulo de visión, horizontal: 170°
Ángulo de visión, vertical: 160°
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I took time again to know which is the best display for console gaming. And I went to the BENQ site and was comparing all the models and checked their reviews and finally narrowed my search to 2 monitors this one and the RL2460T. I liked the design of this monitor and the extra HDMI port which is available to connect your media player (Micca speck D2) after seeing those displays which can tilt and rotate is just a fancy gimmick. So I shelled out my money on BENQ RL2455HM it's the best and performs like a champ and I am astonished by the quality , sharpness and the responsiveness of the monitor. There is never a lag and I tried out all fast paced FPS and RPG games it's responsive and you will never miss the target. Would recommend it to anyone who is a casual, average or hardcore gamer. You will never go disappointed.
we will feel 'connected' to our gaming inputs vs. what is happening on-screen -not to mention color-accuracy, brightness & contrast ratio.
LCD-panels have yet to best CRT-monitors and, most-likely, never will.
Moving on, I will attest to the fact that these BenQ LCD-panels have been designed with the competitive-gamer in mind & hardware-performance
should satisfy the majority of hardcore & casual gamers.
*Display latency and on-screen motion rivals the old-school CRTs (picture tube).
Pre-XB1/PS4, my preferred gaming-display was a 480I 28in 4:3 true-analog Sony CRT Monitor -which produced a clean & bright image with,
virtually, undetectable nanoseconds of display latency.. Unfortunately, the XB1 / PS4 console releases, essentially, forced many CRT-
enthusiasts to migrate to these inferior LCD-display panels. Alternatively, digital-to-analog converters or hunting down and acquiring a used
HD-CRT would be the only other, and less practical, options.
I had decided to migrate to my 55" Sony Bravia (Game mode enabled). Picture-output was above-average, however, screen-size (for gaming) &
perceived latency was far from optimal. I then began to shop around for an LCD-panel that would suit my needs as a competitive-gamer. After
several weeks, I had decided to purchase the BenQ RL2455HM LCD Gaming Monitor. Honestly, I figured that I would be sacrificing picture-
quality in exchange for higher-performance. Surprisingly, I was wrong.
I had noticed that many reviewers will complain about this monitor's color accuracy. this monitor gives you full control over the RED GREEN &
BLUE (each has its own intensity slider from 1 to 100 -affects brightness) Dialing in the 'perect' settings takes a reasonable amount of time
& effort, however, I will be providing a few suggested-setups that may be used as a reference-point in order to expidite the calibration-
process, for you.
I have provided the, current, display settings that I use for multiplayer gaming, below.
Try these settings for gaming (DVI / HDMI)
The following low-latency gaming settings are based off of the 'RTS 1' mode using Full-RGB Color Output.
*You must begin calibrating by, first, selecting the 'RTS 1' prior to altering the provided display settings:
Picture Mode :: RTS 1
Brightness :: 71
Contrast :: 43
Sharpness :: 1
Black EQ :: 0 -OFF
Color Temp :: USER : R->98 : G->92 : B->95 (Software Calibrated WARM User Profile)
AMA :: High -Sends extra voltage to the pixels in order to produce a smoother & more CRT-like on-screen motion (Pixel-Overclocking)
* -The side-effect is a lighter or darker outline on trailing edge of darker objects over lighter backgrounds (Pixel-Overshoot).
* -Typically, the less-aggressive 'AMA : High' setting would be the best choice regarding 'screen-motion vs. picture-quality'.
*((AMA :: Premium -slightly faster at the cost of more-noticeable overshoot / ghosting - this ))*
* -If you choose to use Premium then try using R->97 : G->84 : B->87 to help mitigate this, to some degree
Instant Mode :: ON (In other wods : Game-Mode - Enabled)
* -The LCD-panel's quickest signal processing-method
Dynamic Contrast :: 0 -OFF
RGB PC Range :: 0-255 (Must, also, set color output on gaming console or PC to 'FULL-RGB' reference levels)
Display Mode :: FULL
**User Color Temp Explanation**
(I use warm color-tone settings because these, generally, produce a deep & natural-looking image while, also, reducing eye-strain).
The '97-84-87' user setting is, actually, a personal favorite (Especially for BATTLEFIELD 1)
The '97-87-92' setting looks nice, also.
Adjust your Brightness & Contrast settings around these values & you should be good to go.
I originally purchased a '42 Sony Bravia for the sole purpose of it's low lag time of 17ms. For gaming, it's a solid choice and I don't regret my choice. I mainly play Destiny, exclusively actually, and my Bravia displayed Bungie's world very well.
In Destiny, I have become increasingly interested in improving my Crucible game. I had also recently purchased a custom Battle Beaver Customs Elite Controller with maximal tension on both thumbsticks. My game improved slightly, but one thing was missing: a monitor. I did some research that led me to this purchase.
The only way to really showcase how potent the 1ms response time is would be to adjust to the BenQ and then sit with your old monitor. The difference really is that striking. And besides the obvious increases in play due to no lag, the display offered here is super crisp and clean; there are details seen on this BenQ that I never picked up on before.
To summarize, this monitor is worth every cent.
Two complaints. This monitor can definitely strain the eyes if you play for prolonged periods of time. Each Crucible session lasts me 2+ hours. The first couple of days I exexperienced wicked migraines, but they passed. Definitely play with gaming glasses, like Gunnars. And secondly, the speakers are decent quality, but only decent. Definitely have a pair of headsets to maximize on the whole immersive FPS experience.
So yes, as evidenced in this glowing write up, gaming monitors are beyond a worthy investment. I love this thing!!