BENQ XL2720Z: Another official motion blur-eliminating strobe backlight

The tsunami wave of low-persistence CRT-motion-quality LCD’s continues.

Hot on heels of G-SYNC official strobe mode, and EIZO’s Turbo240 official strobe mode, BENQ announces the XL2720Z (Z-suffix) with the Motion Blur Reduction feature, which Blur Busters confirms is another high-efficiency LightBoost-style strobe backlight, official and easily enabled in monitor menus.

EDIT: Blur Busters confirmed strobing directly from BENQ staff; BENQ is also sending a review unit to Blur Busters before the Holidays, for us to test as well.
EDIT: See new Blur Busters Strobe Utility to tweak BENQ Blur Reduction.


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GitDat
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GitDat

Any updates on this bad boy? I think I’m all in on the strobing vs. G-Sync myself 🙂 Motion blur is the DEVIL!

Alamar
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Hi. My question is does it burden graphic card performance like lightboost making lower max fps in games.
Btw my opinion is they should make 16:10 and 4:3 for games/work, 16:9 is good only for cinema movies and monitor is not mainly for this.

damiola
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damiola

Seems like this Benq model can 144hz strobed $$$

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