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With Flicker-free Technology and a sophisticated all-around slim design, MHL connection and BenQ’s state-of-the-art visual optimisation technologies, the EW40 Series take your multimedia entertainment to a new level of fun and ease. Enjoy a cinema-class picture in the comfort of your own personal space for home entertainment or office work.
Connect your smart device to the EW40 Series and indulge in the premium picture quality that is has to offer. The MHL connection ensures flawless streaming from any MHL-equipped smart device, allowing you to enlarge and optimise any content displayed on your smart device effortlessly. With this feature, you can browse websites, watch videos, play games and even go over various documents on a full 24” or 27” screen – without having to turn on your computer at all.
(*Note) MHL certified mobile devices. The BenQ EW40 Series Monitors can be connected with the MHL enabled mobile and portable devices of major brands such as HTC, LG, Samsung (some models require an adaptor), Hwawei, Sony and the list continue to extend.
Enabled by BenQ’s colour engine technology, the Cinema Mode automatically processes and fine-tunes video contents to perfection, so that a truly dynamic cinema experience is what you’ll get.
To give you an optimal online video watching experience, the EW40 Series simulates high-resolution images by boosting the pixel density of the original video source with the Super Resolution image enhancement feature.
Smart Focus allows you to pinpoint a window or area on the screen and make that the focal point. By concealing the rest of the visual content, you’re able to focus on exactly what you aim to enjoy.
The Flicker-free technology eliminates flickering at all brightness levels and effectively reducing eye fatigue. Conventional LCD screens flicks 200 times per second. Your eyes may not see flickers, but can certainly feel them. Free your eyes from flickers by switching to Flicker-free Monitors and let your eyes do less work.
Every Monitor produces a strain of blue spectrum light that is one of the critical causes of eye damage, eye strain, headaches and sleeping disorders. BenQ’s Low Blue Light technology is designed to deal with the everyday problem of blue light exposure and allows a healthier time spent in front of your computer. Switch to one of the four preset Low Blue Light Modes from OSD hot key (Multimedia – 30% reduction, Web-surfing – 50% reduction, Office – 60% reduction, Reading – 70% reduction), and reward your eyes without having to lose the visual enjoyment.
The EW Series have passed Windows 8 certification and is fully compatible with Windows 8 colour systems. Plug in the EW Series Monitor to your computer, and Windows 8 will recognise it instantly, making setup and connection effortless.
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Very very happy with this monitor. The image is really good, and it has a few modes to help save the screen (and your eyes). Looks very smart and comes with a few handy cables. Read morePublished 13 days ago by James Mason
Backlight bleed both bottom corners, annoyingly large stand with fake metal/ wooden texture.
Bezel size edited in photos, much larger in person; pathetic lie. Read more
The borders are a lie. They are actually that thin, but there are black bars inside them to fake it.
Solid monitor. Get it, or not, your choice.
A good monitor. Easy to assemble. Colour, brightness controls are a bit counterintuitive but otherwise it's doing the job for which I bought it - office stuff, photo editing and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by A Shropshire Lad
For the price its really incredible, picture quality is fantastic, well made, looks tidy on the desk, cant recommend it anymorePublished 1 month ago by George
Super, super monitor. Very easy to set up although you may have a problem with 'overscan' like I did (screen not scaling properly) This can be caused by your graphics card... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steve Hyde