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Benq gl2460bh

Do you need a new monitor? Don't you want to go bankrupt? BenQ provides you with this full HD 1080p 1ms gaming monitor.

BenQ asked to sponsor the evaluation of GL2460BH, obviously we have to agree. BenQ is a well-known brand of gaming monitors today, so I always find it interesting to test their monitors.

In terms of appearance, the GL2460BH complements most other BenQ monitors in its class. Although it is not overly fancy or flashy, it does look beautiful and clean. The base of the

is a flat disk that feels solid; he never felt that he could not hold the monitor firmly in place.

All the buttons are on the back, on the right side of the panel, which makes the frame both beautiful and thin. It also hides the buttons for a more stylish appearance.

Beauty, especially a clean appearance, is not very important to everyone, but I like to keep the appearance as clean as possible when updating peripherals.

GL2460BH has some nice features that can help protect your eyes from fatigue and fatigue, as well as great specs that combine it. If you are not familiar with these specifications, don't worry; We wrote an article to help you understand what to look for in a monitor. The

GL2460BH is a 24-inch LED monitor, which is a standard monitor size, so it should fit well on whatever desktop space you have available. The physical size of

is only (H x W x D) 17 x 22.25 x 7.6 inches (433.45 x 565.36 x 193.82 mm). If it is too big, it has 100 x 100 VESA mounting holes, so you can install it on the wall (if there is not enough space, you can install it on the side of the computer case).

For the screen area, you will have 246 square inches of screen space for you to use. For reference: the 20" monitor is 171 square inches (24" an increase of 43%), and the 27" screen size is approximately 312 square inches (26% more than the 24"). The resolution of the

display refers to the individual pixels of the light on the display, measured vertically and horizontally. A monitor with a resolution of 1920 × 1080 (1080p) has 1,920 pixels horizontally and 1,080 pixels vertically. The

GL2460BH has a standard 1080p resolution, which is not surprising. Although 1080p is being phased out, it is still the standard resolution for most gamers. The

GL2460BH has a refresh rate of 75Hz, which means it can refresh the screen 75 times per second. The higher the refresh rate, the smoother the image due to the more new frames that can be displayed. Many monitors at this level of

are still 60Hz, so this monitor has a slight advantage over some of its competitors.

For more information on refresh rates and how they can benefit you, see here. When the

LED display shows a new frame, the color of each pixel must be adjusted individually. The greater the distance between the new and old colors, the longer it will take to make the changes.

BenQ advertises a GTG (gray to gray) response time of 1 ms for GL2460BH. The faster the pixel response time, the smoother the transition.

If you have encountered ghost images while playing games, it is because of their response time. When the pixels cannot change as fast as the frame update, sometimes the colors become blurred, and you get an intermediate frame that causes a ghosting effect.

The contrast ratio of this monitor is very standard, reaching 1000:1. Contrast is the shadow between the darkest black and the whitest white on the display. The higher the contrast, the more shadows.

When you get more tones, you will get a better color gamut and thus a better image. The

GL2460BH has a set of fairly standard monitor inputs, including 1x HDMI, 1x DVI and 1x VGA. The

does not have a display port, so if you have a high-end graphics card, you may need a different monitor. The

has three older inputs that are very useful for testing graphics input problems, and HDMI is still fairly standard. Therefore, unless you are looking for something cutting-edge, this monitor should do a good job. The

also includes a headphone connection for HDMI audio. The latest BenQ

monitor has multiple functions for stress eye care. GL2460BH has three such functions to help ensure your eyes stay fresh while minimizing fatigue.

Most displays flicker very quickly when changing frames; so fast that your eyesight usually won't notice it. Even if you don't notice, this continuous blinking can cause eye fatigue. GL2460BH has flicker-free technology that can take this pressure off your eyes.

As we all know, the bright light from the monitor puts a lot of pressure on your eyes. The most damaging of these lights is the blue spectrum.

This display uses low blue light technology to help filter out the spectrum of harmful blue light and greatly reduce eye strain.

It should be noted that the blue light reduction function cannot be disabled, but you can manually configure the image mode and color settings to get the image you want, even if the blue light reduction function is enabled.

When using this monitor, I didn't feel the need to stop and rest like other monitors. In my case, the great advantage of the screen.

Another cause of severe eye strain is the contrast of the image on the screen. If some areas are brighter or darker than others

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