BenQ Promotes a New PC Monitor with 1 ms Response Time

BenQ, a Taiwanese developer of diversified PC equipment, promotes its new monitor that will be released later this year. Codenamed RL2455HM, the model replenishes 'RL' gaming series and is primarily intended for the connection with gaming consoles. Thus, it might become a perfect tool for the devotees of dynamic shooters and other console games.



BenQ RL2455HM features 24-inch display and 16:9 aspect ratio. It is characterized by Full HD resolution (1920x1080), 60 Hz scanning, wide viewing angles (170 degrees vertical, 160 degrees horizontal), and high dynamic contrast ratio that achieves 12 million to 1 index. This monitor employs TN panel but can boast quite an outstanding response time: on gray-to-gray switch, array response time equals to 1 ms only. This is a dramatic breakthrough, if compared with the majority of other gaming displays that demonstrate from 4 to 7 ms time.


Still, interface panel is not rich on I/O ports: it is represented by a couple of HDMI ports and …

Wireless Storage Device Seagate GoFlex Satellite Review

Till recent times external storage devices have been a gimmick for the vast majority of PC and mobile users. Today those unpretentious appliances can be found in any IT store. Their basic privileges are seen in compact dimensions and easy transportability, when it goes about laptops, mobile devices and pads. Indeed, all those devices are simply unable to accommodate built-in storages, that is why they need an efficient 'external' solution. Moreover, one might revel in the facilities provided by wireless external storages which do not require any cables or additional accessories. Seagate GoFlex Satellite is a bright example of evolution in this sphere.



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Seagate GoFlex Satellite features classical for such devices design: a small casing with USM socket that serves a means of clog for power supply contacts and SATA data transfer. The casing itself has got a glossy coverage. The model is based on regular external HDDs of GoFlex series manufactured by Seagate. One of …

The Backside Button Lets Enhance the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti iGame Vulcan AD Clock

One of well-known motherboards and video cards vendors, the Chinese Colorful Technology Co., has recently produced the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti iGame Vulcan AD graphics adapter. The novelty is based on the Nvidia GP 102 chipset and is chilled down due to a powerful three-fan (two 90 mm and one 80 mm) Silver Shark cooling system, taking three slots. The overall length of the Colorful product comes up to 300 mm.



The printed-circuit board features a 8+2 Phase digital power design; the Silver Plating Technology is applied. GeForce GTX 1080 Ti iGame Vulcan AD gets power from a couple of 8-pin PCIe connectors.


The 11 GB GDDR5X memory operates at the Nvidia recommended 11 GHz frequency. The graphics chipset will most likely obtain the factory overclocking. However, the Turbo button on the back side allows to enhance this option. GeForce GTX 1080 Ti iGame Vulcan AD specs also include DisplayPort, HDMI and DVI-D connectors, the idle fan-stop function, the LED-backlit logo and the dual.
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