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BenQ GW2760HS 27-inch LED Monitor (3000:1, 300 cd/m2, 1920 x 1080, 4 ms)

by BenQ
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27"
DVI, HDMI & speakers
  • An integral part of your home and workplace decor - incorporating a 16 mm slim bezel display, the GW60 series creates a sophisticated look while keeping things nice and compact
  • Full HD 1080p 16:9 visual display - allows the subtlest details to stand out with richer, more realistic colours, making your viewing experience even more absorbing
  • Senseye 3 visual solution - with the help of six proprietary calibration techniques, Senseye 3 delivers only the ideal viewing quality in each of its six pre-set viewing modes (Standard, Movie, Game, Photo, sRGB, Reading and Eco)

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BenQ GW2760HS 27-inch LED Monitor (3000:1, 300 cd/m2, 1920 x 1080, 4 ms) + 2m DVI Cable - 24k Gold Plated - Video Lead - For HDTV including Plasma, LCD, LED, 3D - Dual Link - 24+1 pins
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Product details

Size Name: 27" | Style Name: DVI, HDMI & speakers
  • Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 47.2 x 62.3 cm ; 4.5 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 6 Kg
  • Item model number: 9H.L9NLB.RBE (9H.L9NLB.QBE)
  • ASIN: B00BPL0558
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 22 April 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,653 in Computers & Accessories (See Top 100 in Computers & Accessories)

Product Description

Size Name: 27" | Style Name: DVI, HDMI & speakers

Product Description

Built to bring you personal visual entertainment, the BenQ GW2760HS features a slim bezel, flicker-free backlight, speakers, 3000:1 native contrast, 20M:1 dynamic contrast ratio, and a true 8-bit panel performance with deep blacks and minimised light leakage, this VA LED monitor refreshes your view with truly fantastic colours and details. It even comes with an HDMI connectivity option.

Box Contains

  • BenQ Monitor
  • Power Cable
  • VGA Cable
  • User Documentation/Media

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    57 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Maximus on 22 Sep 2013
    Style Name: DVI, HDMI & speakersSize Name: 27"
    To put this in perspective:

    - there are three types of monitor panels, TN, IPS and VA. Because all panels need light from behind, black is a very problematic colour to display (well, black is not a colour, right?)
    - TN panels: cheapest and you probably already have one in your home, office or laptop. They have good response times (2 - 5 ms) so are usually good for gaming, but are very bad at colour reproduction and gamma shifting and viewing angles (colours change when you look at them even from a slightly different angle)
    - IPS panels: very expensive, excellent colour reproduction and viewing angles, can reproduce colours using between 6 and 10 bit. Usually all are produced by LG. The cheaper 6 bit, while still better then TN panels, are not that impressive. A bit on the slow side (response times > 8ms usually). True professional monitors will use 10 bit panels and cost about £1000 (search for Eizo).
    - VA: medium to high price, usually 8 bit colour reproduction which is very good, best contrast and black levels. Eizo actually did use VA panels in one of their very expensive monitors. Until recently, they were slow. This BenQ claims to have a 4ms response time, so very fast.

    I own two other monitors, a 27" IPS and a 25" TN. This allowed me to compare this one side by side in real life with all other technologies.

    I also had another VA, a 24" older model Benq. I returned that one because although the image quality was absolutely incredible (as in good), I found it too slow. Since then, I kept hoping a faster VA panel would come on the market.

    When this one appeared, claiming to be the fastest VA and with zero flicker, I jumped on it.

    The good:
    - In the box, there is a HDMI cable, finally, no more useless D-SUB cables.
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    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By hok on 3 Feb 2014
    Style Name: DVI, HDMI & speakersSize Name: 27" Verified Purchase
    Bought this based on a glowing macworld review - couldn't initially make up my mind over this and a couple of other monitors (which are probably just as good...). I'm a designer and although obviously this is never going to match a calibrated screen four times the price, it's pretty darn amazing for the cost. One word of caution, if like me you're using a Mac, don't bother with the Apple Monitor set-up routine as you'll be wondering if you bought the right monitor, it just doesn't work well with this one. Instead do a web search for the ICC profile that matches the monitor, download it and use that in the monitor profile, then all will be good.
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S. Spencer on 25 Jun 2014
    Style Name: DVI, HDMI & speakersSize Name: 27" Verified Purchase
    Firstly out of the box this monitor looks incredible.. Factory settings are good but needed slight tweaking to get colours and brightness just right, this however took no time at all and consisted of dropping the brightness and changing most of the settings to user as some of the presets were just slightly off. All in all it didn't take much time at all.

    I was a little apprehensive of getting a 27" monitor as some say it's too big; I sit fairly close to the monitor and have had no issue and found the size perfect..

    I primarily game and watch movies on this monitor. Blacks are a deep black and the colours are bright and vivid.. As far as gaming is concerned I play a mixture of FPS, RPG among others and have not noticed any lag or shadowing whatsoever.

    Couldn't recommend this monitor enough!
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    18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Philip Goddard on 27 Dec 2013
    Style Name: DVI, HDMI & speakersSize Name: 27" Verified Purchase
    I really liked my old Xerox glass-fronted 17" flat screen monitor, but it was awkward using some of my applications with such a small screen width, and so eventually I thought it was time to buy a wider monitor. I noted a particularly glowing comment about this model in PC Advisor magazine, so looked up reviews of it, and found them generally very enthusiastic about the quality for the price - and so I made my purchase.

    I'm pleased to report that I too am amazed at the quality. The big contrast range claimed for it is not just a figure in the advertising blurb; it jumped out at me as soon as I had it up and running - together with its great brightness, which makes sense of the very wide tone range. It was so bright, indeed, that, despite my preferring a good bright clear image, I had to give its brightness a 50% reduction - and it was still distinctly brighter than my old monitor, and I thus needed less shielding from bright daylight and sunlight while using it.

    Some reviewers have carped a little about this model's resolution, which looks to be more normal for 24" monitors. However, for me the resolution not being as high as it might be for this size is something of an advantage, because that means that everything on-screen looks a little larger than otherwise - so, in particular, normal to small text is easier for me to read than it would have been otherwise. The down-side of that, however, is that the pixels are naturally a little larger, and I can clearly see the pixel pattern on lighter even tones, which is a bit unpleasant, at least for me. I still get a reasonable number of extra pixels, particularly in the width, as compared with my old 1280x1024px monitor, and it gives me just the right amount of 'elbow room' for using my various applications.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By longerlife on 19 Jan 2014
    Style Name: DVI, HDMI & speakersSize Name: 27" Verified Purchase
    I got three in front of me, perfect for surround gaming and productivity, you'll need a large desk for this set up though...

    Nice viewing angles (not perfect but more than good enough)

    Inky blacks, great image quality....
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