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BenQ collaborates with professional gamers on 24-inch monitor

RL2460HT aimed at console and PC enthusiasts; available across Middle East

BenQ collaborates with professional gamers on 24-inch monitor
The RL2460HT comes with a specially designed Fighting Mode and HDMI Output for console games.

Monitor specialist BenQ today announced a new addition to its RL Series for the Middle East market: the RL2460HT with a specially designed Fighting Mode and HDMI Output for console games.

Also included in the 24-inch monitor is 1ms GTG, flicker-free technology, Black eQualizer, low blue-light technology and a height adjustment stand.

BenQ invited professional gamer Justin Wong of Evil Geniuses to co-develop the new Fighting Mode.

"We are very excited to be introducing the RL2460HT for the very first time, particularly to the console game community," said Manish Bakshi, general manager of BenQ's Technology Product Centre.

"Having understood that competitive gaming brings out this raw intensity and competitiveness in gamers, infusing them with incredible drive and energy, our team of designers and engineers worked day and night with the input of gaming pros to get the RL2460HT up for the game. There is no doubt in our mind that the RL2460HT is going to perform amazingly for some of the professional gaming industry's most popular titles enjoyed by millions of gamers around the world."

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