Benq launched its new flagship gaming monitor Zowie XL2546 at the quarter finals of Extremlands gaming competition held in India on September 23 and 24. The event which provided a platform for some of the best home-grown gamers in the country was held at LXG Cafe — one of the best gaming lounges — in Bengaluru. The winning team, Entity Gaming, was awarded an all-expense paid trip to Shanghai where they will be able to compete against some of the best online gamers in Asia. BenQ’s new gaming monitor Zowie XL2546 comes with 240Hz refresh rate which ensures that every detail of the visuals is captured for better gaming experience. The device also comes with an exclusive Dynamic Accuracy technology which the company claims provides clarity and seamless experience. Due to its high refresh rate, the company also claimed that the monitor has been adapted worldwide by most professional e-Sports tournaments and players. The Zowei XL2546 comes with built-in eQualizer technology that brightens dark scenes without over exposing bright areas. The devices ‘one-finger’ height stand makes it easier for users to adjust the viewing angles according to the preference. The S switch on the device allows users to access the settings and easily toggle between three profiles, and its specially designed frame ensures minimum screen reflection. Along with the monitor, BenQ also launched the Zowie Celeritas II keyboard priced at Rs 15,000. Like a mechanical keyboard, the Celeritas feature an optimal travel space for better feedback. The keyboard uses high quality iron spring with consistent keystroke and longer durability. It does not require any drivers so all you have to do is plug and play. It has red LED backlit keys the brightness of which can be adjusted according to personal preference. The Celeritas II also has Real Time Response via PS/2 interface.