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MENAFN - Khaleej Times - 09/07/2014
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(MENAFN - Khaleej Times) Middle East gamers who enjoy the first-person shooter genre of gaming can now experience the thrill of ultimate domination with BenQs new XL2720Z gaming monitor developed in collaboration with Counter-Strike pro gaming legends.



Manish Bakshi and gaming cafe owner Mohammed Imran during the launch event in Dubai late on Monday. — Supplied photo



BenQ has launched its latest gaming monitor in Dubai for the Middle East and Africa gamers and its regional head claimed that the company is ranked top globally as there is no other competitor in this segment.



“I see around 300 per cent growth every year in this segment as we are No.1 and our competitor didn’t enter in this category” Manish Bakshi managing director of BenQ Middle East and Africa told Khaleej Times at the launch late on Monday.



Referring to the product category Bakshi explained that it’s a hidden market. “You need to unearth it” he added.



Talking about the main features of the product he said that its ultra-fast response time will not be found in any other product at this time and that’s the speed gamer’s demand.



Giving examples of popular gaming cafes across the UAE he mentioned that they are forced to replace other monitors with BenQ monitors because of the demand from gamers. Earlier speaking at the official launch of the monitor in Dubai Bakshi said: “The Middle East has a strong gaming community and with the ultimate XL2720Z there is no excuse to lose. It gives the gamer an unprecedented level of control to help conquer any enemy in FPS gaming. It offers agile performance and viewing comfort which makes even playing for long hours an enjoyable experience. Our new Motion Blur Reduction technology also helps gamers to down targets with more precision.”



Middle East gamers who enjoy the first-person shooter genre of gaming can now experience the thrill of ultimate domination with BenQ’s new XL2720Z gaming monitor developed in collaboration with Counter-Strike pro gaming legends.



Built for competitive FPS gameplay the XL2720Z takes the explosive thrills of perfect motion gaming to a 27-inch screen. The monitor is equipped with the latest motion blur reduction technology low blue light gaming-comfort flicker-free gaming refresh rate optimisation management and display pilot feature to deliver agile performance viewing comfort and convenience all at once – for victory and entertainment.



MiCafe where the event was held uses 40 BenQ XL2720Z monitors. According to Mohammed Imran the owner of the cafe: “Our customers are hardcore gamers and it is our mission to provide them with the best in technology for an ultimate gaming experience. BenQ XL2720Z was a natural choice. It has exceptional features that will make FPS tournaments an event to look forward to.”



Developed in collaboration with pro gamers the XL2720Z has been upgraded to eliminate flickering at all brightness levels. This effectively reduces eye fatigue and elevates gaming performance through extreme visual comfort for even the most hardcore gamers enrolling long hours in action.



Armed with the gaming-comfort flicker-free technology the BenQ gaming monitor is an epic weapon over ultimate rivals.



Fast response time of 1ms GTG means speed without the smear for an enhanced gaming experience. Fast-moving action and dramatic transitions will be rendered smoothly without the annoying effects of smearing or ghosting.




 


Khaleej Times




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