BenQ introduced the Zowie XL2546S, a follow-up to the 2017 Zowie XL2546. Like its predecessor, the new monitor is addressed to e-sportsmen competing in first-person shooter games (FPS). Its hallmark is Dynamic Accuracy Plus (DyAc +) technology.
Recall that the essence of the DyAc (Dynamic Accuracy) technology used in the XL2546 is to obtain a clearer image of moving objects in the game. According to the manufacturer, the effect of DyAc is especially noticeable in scenes with fast movement. This allows players to more clearly see the position of the crosshairs and bullet points, helping to improve control accuracy. DyAc + represents a further development of this technology, which allows, as claimed, to more accurately compensate for returns when firing bursts in CS: GO. According to the manufacturer, you can fully appreciate the benefits of playing on the XL2546S if the computer in the game generates at least 240 frames per second. It is this refresh rate that the monitor supports.
As for the rest of the technical data of the monitor, it uses a TN type panel with a size of 24.5 inches and a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Typical brightness is 320 cd / m2, contrast ratio is 1000: 1. The monitor is equipped with a DVI-D DL input, DisplayPort 1.2 input, two HDMI inputs, as well as a dual-port USB hub and jacks for microphone and headphones. The source does not quote its price.