Ah, yes! I totally forgot that they actually had a 1440p option once in their offer, although now it seems like they draw back from offering any other monitor like that, which might be due to the reason I mentioned, guess 1440p variant wasn't popular as well.A Solid lad wrote: ↑30 Oct 2020, 07:02While I do agree with you, they did so in the past with the XL2730/35 (144hz 1440p with BBR aka DyAc), so it's not completely out of the question.
I'm one of those who prefer Benq over every other brand when it comes to gaming monitors...
even after trying high refresh rate offerings from Dell/Alienware, Acer, LG and Asus.
They just seem to nail input lag and overdrive tuning the best, the most consistently.
(By best OD tuning, I mean not the prettiest, but the most helpful for eliminating motion blur, even in sample-and-hold operation.)
Also, their features are the most well-executed... for example, Black EQ equivalents on other brands' monitors often miss the mark, when it comes to eliminating shadows, while preserving contrast, with minimal visual artifacting (thinking about you, AW2518Hf)... or managing to do it, but with too few steps (...AW2518H).
The S-Switch also became essential for me, because of the 3 profiles you can set up, and switch between on the fly.
Can't comfortably live without such a feature anymore.
As for Zowie monitors (and TN panels), I have mixed feelings in general. XL2546K is probably the last chance for Zowie to win me, I'm still waiting for the release in my region, should be arriving next week finally, but due to my preferences, 280 Hz IPS will probably be the winner for me. We shall see!
When I contacted BenQ on Facebook to ask about the release of XL2546K again, I did let them know that I'd share my opinions about it on Blur Busters forums and that enthusiasts await their above-240-Hz offering. The person who was talking to me knew about Blur Busters and was actually excited to hear that The fame is real, I guess! They also mentioned they had quite a lot questions about XL2546K's availability and that delays in my region are caused by COVID-19 pandemic.