Mobiuz EX2710 and EX2510 gaming monitors buck industry trends by bringing premium features such as quality IPS panels, HDR, and Trevolo audio to 144Hz, 1ms FHD 1080p models aimed at discerning gamers.
For gamers that want high speed and response without compromising on image quality, sound, and overall presentation, the Mobiuz EX2710 and EX2510 have the goods. These gaming monitors pack a whole lot of features into a convenient and attractive form factor, while maintaining a price point that won’t force you into taking out another loan at the bank. Recently, 1080p FHD gaming monitors have become associated with barebones esports products that focus entirely on high refresh rates while throwing everything else out the window. None of that with the 144Hz, 1ms MPRT Mobiuz monitors, which bring to bear lovely IPS panels, HDR, and powerful sound.
No more TN dullness for you! Get a Mobiuz gaming monitor and you buy into an IPS panel that offers lively and lovely colors with an impressive 1000:1 contrast ratio. Games look better than on basic TN monitors and the viewing angles of course are just superb at 178 degrees on both vertical and horizontal axes, a staple of IPS technology. That means your upcoming Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War sessions will be able to accommodate people looking on from different sides of the monitor without missing any details. Or current sessions of Fall Guys if you’re into something more humorous.
In addition to a 144Hz refresh rate, the Mobiuz EX2510 and EX2710 have been carefully optimized for minimal lag. The moving picture response time (or MPRT) stands at just 1ms, while grey to grey comes in at 2ms. Either way, you’re looking at e-sports, competitive-grade responsiveness that gives you lightning quick gaming without annoying levels of input lag. Since they’re 1080p FHD gaming monitors, you don’t need a monster PC to get the full 144 frames per second. These are monitors designed for gamers who live in the real world and who may not have an inclination to spend ludicrous sums building the next Skynet. A down to earth setup will drive the EX2710 and EX2510 just fine, allowing pretty much everyone who uses them to get the full benefit of their performance potential.
Of course you get FreeSync variable refresh rate to ensure screen tearing stays away, that goes without saying (even though we just said it!).
Typically consigned to go with much more expensive 4K monitors, HDR10 features prominently on the EX2710 and EX2510. Both pump out around 400 nits/candelas, which is fine for entry-level HDR, unless you prefer having to sit in front of an HDR 1000 monitor with sunglasses on. Joking aside, the two monitors further implement proprietary BenQ HDRi technology to refine and adjust both SDR and HDR content. Different profiles to choose from and auto modes allow for an improved HDR experience, and contribute to a package that goes well beyond what you normally get with basic full HD gaming monitors.
We wrote “hear” twice because the EX2710 and EX2510 ship with two powerful 2.5W speakers. You may think a total of five watts isn’t all that much, but that’s because you may not know about BenQ Trevolo sound design. Trevolo tech has been part of BenQ displays for quite some time and has been very well-received by media and users alike. Trevolo speakers use reactive, intelligent sound control, premium components and materials, and custom audio modes to provide you with a better listening experience. That goes for gaming, where positional sound and various effects emerge with superior clarity, as well as for movies, TV, music, and even chat. Everything sounds better with Trevolo. Again, these are NOT your basic tin can 1080p FHD econo-speakers. These are sound movers that derive from much more expensive monitors, and they’re here uncut and uncompromised.
So why are the Mobiuz EX2710 and EX2510 different? They combine the speed, agility, and simplicity of e-sports minded FHD gaming monitors with a slew of premium features from up-range models. You can’t beat that combo.
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