Image Quality: The BenQ EX2510 monitor is based on a 24.5″ IPS panel with a 400-nit peak brightness, a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, native 8-bit color depth support, and the standard ~99% sRGB color gamut. As a result, you get accurate and consistent colors that will stay flawless regardless of the angle you’re looking at the screen thanks to the 178° wide viewing angles of the IPS technology.The Full HD resolution of 1920×1080 pixels results in a decent 90 PPI (pixel per inch) ratio on the 24.5″ viewable screen of the BenQ EX2510.
Performance: 144Hz provides you with significantly smoother motion clarity in video games for a more enjoyable as well as more responsive gaming experience. BenQ’s Blur Reduction technology allows for 1ms MPRT (Moving Picture Response Time) via backlight strobing for improved motion clarity, whereas the GtG (gray to gray pixel transition) amounts to 2ms GtG.
Features: The BenQ MOBIUZ EX2510 also supports AMD FreeSync which provides you with a variable refresh rate up to 144FPS that effectively eliminates screen tearing and stuttering as long as you have a compatible graphics card.Even though the monitor is not officially certified as G-SYNC Compatible by NVIDIA, FreeSync works without issues with compatible NVIDIA cards (GTX 10-series or newer, over DisplayPort).Alternatively, you can use the Blur Reduction technology. This feature cannot be active at the same time as FreeSync, and you can only enable it if your refresh rate is set to 100Hz or higher. Blur Reduction uses backlight strobing to reduce ghosting, but it sacrifices some picture brightness in the process.
Design & Connectivity: The design of the monitor has a rather eye-catching orange strip which might not appeal to some users. Luckily, the stand is detachable while the screen has a 100x100mm VESA mount pattern.Other than that, the stand is quite sturdy and offers a fair range of ergonomics including up to 130mm height adjustment, +/- 20° swivel, and -5°/20° tilt, but no pivot function.The screen has a 3H matte anti-glare coating which eliminates reflections without adding a grainy effect to the picture, and there’s a cable management hole with an I/O cover.