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BenQ GL2750HM 27-inch Widescreen LED Monitor (1920 x 1080, 2 ms, 1200:1, HDMI)

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Technical Details
BrandBenQ
Item Weight6 Kg
Product Dimensions65.4 x 6.5 x 39.7 cm
Item model numberGL2750HM
SeriesGL2750HM
ColorBlack
Screen Size27 inches
Speaker DescriptionLoudspeakers
  
Additional Information
ASINB005OPLFRI
Best Sellers Rank 49,781 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 Kg
Date First Available5 Nov. 2011
  
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Product Description

Featuring a dynamic ratio of 12M:1, speakers, response time of 2 ms and DVI and HDMI connector, this 27-inch widescreen 16:9 LED monitor delivers you the audiovisual enjoyment.

Box Contains

  • Monitor
  • Quick Start Guide
  • UK Power Lead
  • Audio Lead
  • Support Disk
  • VGA Lead

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    17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Shaun on 24 Feb. 2012
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    Ordered this monitor for the price and look, Only had it up and running for a few hours, but all i can say is WOW, The picture is bang on , a doddle to set up(one think to note, if like me you are just going to use HDMI and do away with the DVI connection, When you first plug the monitor in use the DVI cable connection as well as the HDMI one, because you wont see any picture at all unless using DVI, then just go into the menu and switch input device to HDMI, then you can unplug the DVI cable and chuck it lol), Hope this helps others out , The colours are beautiful and bright , resolution at 1080p is much better than my old monitor, and for under £200 i think i have myself a real bargain, Also putting this up from the box was a doddle took less than 2 mins, and its pretty light for a 27inch screen, but very stable on its stand, no rocking at all. All in all i am very happy with this monitor, You could pay a hell of a lot more for pricier brands, but DONT, this is perfect.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas Bragg on 7 Jun. 2012
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    Upgraded from a 19" flat screen. At first i was a bit over whelmed by the size and the brightness but a few tweaks on the easy to use menu and very happy.
    No dead pixels or any negative points. I have not tried the built in speakers so cannot comment. Games, internet and movies ( been hot swapping hdmi cables with the blueray player ) all look incredible, clear, bright and well defined colours
    If you are on a tight budget and want max real estate for your money then get this monitor, you will not be disappointed.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By bby on 7 May 2012
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    I bought this monitor as an upgrade to my 6 years old 19inch samsung LCD monitor, though the latter still works perfectly.
    With a price tag of 185 pounds this is a true offer indeed. Though initially I am not sure about the brand BENQ, I actually took a small "risk" trying to buy this, which resulted positively.

    Pros:
    amazing price for 27inch LED monitor under 200 pounds;
    it's much brighter than my previous monitor, so I have to adjust it from 100 to 35
    light weighted, and save energy too.
    16:9 wide screen
    easy setup
    pivotable
    absolutely no "negetive" visual effect for day to day applications, in fact for ALL applications I used :-)

    Cons:
    on screen display menu items works fine, but not as easy as my old sumsang
    cannot rotate/pan
    image from my computer to HDMI input is smaller than full screen, even if I use overscan. ( my computer HDMI output works fine with full screen with my TV, and another monitor, too, but not this one ), eventually I have to either use DSub or DVI.
    it comes with an integrated speaker, a bit redundant, but may be useful if you don't already have a set of speakers.
    the edge is not as slim as some high end ones, probably because of the speaker ??

    Summary:
    This is a superb monitor with incredile price, though I haven't got chance to compare that with similar range monitors which priced way more than this one, I know human eyes could hardly tell any pixel light change under 8ms ( this monitor is b2w 5ms, and g2g is 2ms) , and I do not use it for intensive 3D games so I am very happy with this product. Definitely recommend this. and leave those "high end" monitors which are a few times more expensive to tiny number of users with special needs - if their eyes could tell the difference ;-)
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Wacatone on 28 May 2012
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    Ordered for next day delivery got an e mail with a time slot and was delivered within that time.Was a bit unsure about getting a 27" monitor as thought it may be too big but this is great.Can open more than 2 web pages and see both clearly.Was easy to assemble although,like most new items,the instructions were not that helpful.The controls are a bit fiddly but once you get use to them they are fine.The picture is great very clear and deep colors do not seem to have any dead pixels. Loaded up Oblivion game and the screen size made it look immense.All in all a great monitor for the price.
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    Have had this monitor for a couple of weeks now. It replaced a similar sized LCD monitor which had started to fail after 5 years. This is half the weight, so much less bulky.

    First set this up with an nvidia graphics card also connected to a large Sony LCD TV. Both this monitor and the TV were fine except the colour sensitivity varied a lot between them. The LCD looked garish and this monitor looked washed out. It took some fiddling to get it right.

    Then built a new PC with an ATI Radeon onboard graphics adapter. The colour on the LCD TV and this monitor were fine, but the BenQ monitor had a screen image smaller than the actual monitor, so a 1 inch black band all round. If I hadn't previously connected the monitor to another computer I may have thought the monitor was at fault. It is an issue with the ATI settings. In Catalyst you need to find the graphic scaling option - Desktops and Display, then click on the triangle on the picture of the monitor AT THE BOTTOM (not the big image above) and choose Configure, then the Scaling Options tab, then set the slider to 0% Overscan. It is unclear why Catalyst defaults to a small screen image and why the option is so deeply hidden, however it is not the monitor.

    The monitor itself seems fine. Great image and no obvious issues. One plus point is that it does not get as hot as the old LCD monitor, so presumably wastes less power. On the front it says it has 'senseye' but in the settings on the monitor itself no options are available. I haven't worked this out yet, but it is not really an issue.
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