BenQ kicked off 2022 by showcasing some of its newest gaming technology at CES 2022. The company’s products consist of four different product lines, esports hardware, gaming monitors and projectors, and lighting technology.

Esports gaming hardware

Professional gamers can look forward to BenQ’s ZOWIE XL2546K high-quality PRO esports monitor. This monitor features a 240Hz refresh rate, DyAc+ Technology for reduced blur, Black eQualizer for colour vibrance and increased visibility. Through the monitor’s setting to share capability, gamers can save settings for optimum performance.

Gaming monitors

During CES 2022, BenQ debuted two new gaming monitors as part of its MOBIUZ line. The 32-inch EX3210U and 34-inch ultrawide EX3410R are built for gamers who demand both speed and image quality. The EX3210U is a 4K 144Hz HDMI 2.1 gaming monitor that sports 98% P3 coverage for vivid colour performance. It also includes BenQ’s exclusive HDRi image optimization technology and high-quality speakers.

On the other hand, the EX3410R is a curved monitor that the company says offers an incredible, expanded field of view and depth perception. This ultrawide WQHD monitor allows gamers to be quick and reactive with its fast 144HZ refresh rate.


The world’s first 4K LED gaming projector

For those who like to use projectors to game, BenQ unveiled the X3000i. It is the world’s first 4K LED gaming projector. The X3000i is the only gaming projector that offers exclusive intuitive settings for 4K HDR game audio-visual enhancement and low latency fast response.

Additionally, the TK700 was on display at CES 2022. This is the world’s first 4K FPS gaming projector that also supports 4K play at 60Hz with low input lag. This projector is optimized for gaming and it’s designed to deliver immersive experiences.


Innovative lighting design from BenQ

In addition to the variety of gaming products BenQ showcased at CES 2022, they had their recently released ScreenBar Halo on display. This is an innovative lighting design, which allows you to light up your space. The backlight design adds comfort to long hours of viewing.

Finally, BenQ had their ScreenBar at CES 2022. This is a clip-on monitor light specifically built with the vertical design of an LED Strip that reduces eye strain and the risk of screen glare for users.


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