BenQ to participate in Dubai gaming show

Company will showcase new gaming monitors at Games 11

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BenQ to participate in Dubai gaming show BenQ will be showcasing its XL 2410T gaming monitor at the Games Alliance Middle East Show 2011.
By  Georgina Enzer Published  September 19, 2011

BenQ will showcase its new gaming monitor, the XL 2410T- at the Beat the Pro Challenge being held during the Games Alliance Middle East Show 2011, which runs from 22nd to 23rd September 2011 at the Ice Rink in Dubai Mall.

"The gaming market plays a key role in BenQ's regional growth. In the Middle East and Africa region, we see huge potential for technology that takes the gaming experience to a whole new level. We are pleased to showcase our flagship BenQ XL2410T gaming monitor at one of the region's biggest gaming events - its range of innovative features has appealed to gamers the world over and has already received outstanding reviews from the local gaming industry," said Manish Bakshi, general manager of BenQ for the Middle East and Africa.

Gamers from across the Middle East will get a chance to challenge Yegor Markelov (a.k.a Markeloff) one of the leading E-Sports players in the world from Team Navi, at the Beat the Pro Challenge, during the two-day tournament, which takes place from 2pm to 7pm daily.

The gamers will use BenQ's new 23.6-inch, 16:9 Aspect Ratio LED Gaming Monitor, BenQ XL2410T during the tournament.

The BenQ XL2410T features a 120Hz refresh rate, 23.6-inch W LED panel, backlighting and 2ms response time.

The monitor is also equipped with a range of gaming modes and is designed to have the ability to display video from two sources at the same time.

"Our first- ever gaming event, a Counterstrike Tournament held in May this year, was a resounding success. We brought gaming legends HeatoN and SpawN to Dubai for the event as they co-developed our flagship gaming monitor.  We are committed to supporting the city's dynamic gaming scene to further develop Dubai as an emerging gamers' hub," Bakshi said.

BenQ plans to unveil two new gaming monitors in the XL and RL series at the event.

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