BenQ Zowie Gaming Monitors

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  • BenQ ZOWIE XL2740 27" 240Hz 1ms Gaming Monitor - Native Resolution: Full HD (1920 x 1080) - Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - Refresh Rate: 240Hz - Brightness: 320 cd/m2 - Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 (typ), 12M:1 (DCR) - Panel Type: TN - Response Time: 1ms (GtG) - Ports: 1x HDMI 2.0, 1x HDMI 1.4, DVI-DL, Audio - 3x USB Ports (2x Down, 1x Up) - Adjustable / Removable Shield - S-Switch - VESA Support: 100x100mm - Ergonomics: Pivot, Swivel, Tilt & Height Adjustable - FreeSync Technology (G-Sync Compatible)
    SKU#: AC27198 Model#: XL2740
  • BenQ ZOWIE XL2546 24.5" 1ms 240Hz Full HD Gaming Monitor with DyAc - Native Resolution: Full HD (1920 x 1080) - Refresh Rate: 240Hz (HDMI 2.0/DP) - Brightness: 320 cd/m2 - Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 (Typ), 12M:1 (DCR) - Response Time: 1ms GtG - Input/Output: DVI-DL, 2x HDMI, DP 1.2, Audio - VESA Support: 100x100mm - Ergonomics: Tilt, Pivot, Swivel & Height - ZOWIE Shield - Dynamic Accuracy Technology - 3 Years Limited Warranty
    SKU#: AC04407 Model#: XL2546

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  • BenQ ZOWIE XL2731 27" 144Hz Full HD 1ms FreeSync Gaming Monitor - XL-Series - Colour Vibrance - Screen Size: 27" - Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - Native Resolution: Full HD (1920 x 1080) - Brightness: 320 cd/m2 - Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 (Typ), 12M:1 (DCR) - Panel Type: TN - Response Time: 1ms GtG - Input/Output Connection: DVi-DL, 2x HDMI 2.0, DP 1.2 & Headphone Jack - VESA Support: 100x100mm - Ergonomics: Pivot, Swivel, Tilt & Height Adjustable - 3 Years Limited Warranty
    SKU#: AC31542 Model#: XL2731
  • BenQ Zowie XL2540 24.5" Native 240Hz eSports Gaming Monitor - 1920x1080 - Contract Ratio: 1000:1 - Typical Brightness: 400cd/m2 - 1x DVI-DL, 2x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort 1.2, 1x Headphone jack, 1x Microphone jack - 3x Downstream USB, 1x Upstream USB - S Switch - XL2540 - 3 Years Limited Warranty
    SKU#: AB91592 Model#: XL2540
  • BenQ Zowie XL2411P 24" FHD 144Hz e-Sports Gaming Monitor - 1920x1080 at 144Hz (DVI-DL, DP) - Typical Contrast: 1000:1, Typ. DCR (DyNomic Contrast Ratio): 12M:1 - Typical Brightness: 350cd/m2 - 1x DVI-DL, 1x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort 1.2, Headphone Jack - 16:9 Aspect Ratio - Response Time: 1ms (Grey to Grey) - Flicker-free - Low Blue Light - VESA 100x100m - XL2411P - 3 Years Limited Warranty
    SKU#: AC10488 Model#: XL2411P

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Mwave’s gaming monitor range features value models up to high-end 4K and curved, ultrawide, high refresh rate 1440p/1600p G-Sync/Freesync displays. Our range features gaming monitors up to 43 inches from leading brands such as, BenQ, BenQ (Zowie), AOC, Asus, Acer (Predator) and many more!   


What makes gaming monitors better than standard monitors?

Gaming monitors typically feature low response time, high refresh rates and often adaptive refresh rates (G-Sync or Freesync). The low response times can give you a competitive edge over your rivals in reaction time critical games such as CS:GO. High refresh rates mean you will see a cleaner, less blurred image in fast paced games. Both the high and adaptive refresh rates help eliminate tearing when your PC produces more frames than your monitor can handle. It can also help alleviate input lag when your PC drops below the native refresh rate as it can dynamically alter its refresh rate to meet your frames-per-second (FPS). Gaming monitors also feature aesthetically pleasing and more interesting designs.


What’s the difference between 144Hz and 60Hz monitors?

A brief discussion about what refresh rates are, is necessary to answer this question. 

The time it takes for a monitor to refresh an image onscreen is known as its refresh rate. Refresh rates are measured in Hertz (HZ). A monitor with a 60Hz refresh rate refreshes images 60 times per second. A display with a 144Hz refresh rate updates images 144 times per second. Because of its faster speed, you see smoother movements onscreen on a 144Hz monitor than on a 60Hz screen. You thus get to have a better experience when playing action games with a monitor that has a high refresh rate.  

Is a 144Hz monitor the best for everyone?

Not exactly.

If you are a content creator and you use image-editing tools daily, a 60Hz monitor is enough because your focus is not viewing smooth gaming action, but colour accuracy. You do not edit images that are moving, after-all, when you are retouching a photo and applying some special effects. 

If you are a hardcore gamer and want the best performance when playing first-person shooters, third-person RPGs, and racing games, go ahead and consider buying a 144Hz gaming monitor. If you are not a gamer or you mainly use your PC for image editing, consider purchasing a 60Hz professional monitor.