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BenQ's new Mobiuz gaming monitors are all about a more immersive audio and visual experience

By Hoots the Owl - on 11 Sep 2020, 1:31am

BenQ's new Mobiuz gaming monitors are all about a more immersive audio and visual experience

Image Source: BenQ

BenQ has announced the EX2710 and EX2510 gaming monitors, the first in its new Mobiuz series. Unlike BenQ's existing esports-focused displays, the Mobiuz screens are focused on audio and visual immersion, featuring some interesting tech baked in such as HDRi and treVolo speakers. 

Both monitors utilise an integrated light sensor, which can actively detect ambient light levels. This, together with analysis of onscreen content, supposedly allows them to produce more detailed HDR images. HDRi is BenQ's own proprietary tech, and it's short for HDR intelligence. It's intended to be a more adaptable version of HDR, featuring also dedicated modes for gaming and cinematic content. According to BenQ, this means improved clarity and better contrast, so you can better pick out subtle shades in dark regions of the screen while preserving fine details in bright areas. It looks to be an ideal fit for modern games, with their richly rendered scenes and immaculate detail.

Image Source: BenQ

On top of that, both Mobiuz displays also come with custom high-end speakers designed by BenQ's treVolo audio engineers. With dual 2.5W speakers, a Digital Signal Processor and three customised sound modes, you'll be able to select the audio setting to suit the moment. To get around the limited space inside the displays, BenQ says it's utilised a longer cone with a larger surface area to produce better sound. Its dual voice coils, dual magnet structure, and flexible enclosure also supposedly give the speakers a faster reaction and more forceful sound. 

Elsewhere, the monitors pack Light Tuner's 20 levels of settings, each tuned for different gaming genres. A built-in Scenario Mapping feature also automatically selects your preferred settings when the input source is switched.

Size aside, both monitors are remarkably similar, featuring a 1,920 x 1,080-pixel IPS panel with support for FreeSync Premium and 144Hz refresh rates. 

The Mobiuz EX2510 and EX2710 are available to buy now on Lazada at S$399 and S$459 respectively.