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BenQ GW2760HS LED VA Panel 27 -inch W Multimedia Monitor, 1920 x 1080, DVI, HDMI, Speakers, 20M:1, 4 ms GTG with Thin Bezel - Glossy Black

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BenQ GW2760HS LED VA Panel 27 -inch W Multimedia Monitor, 1920 x 1080, DVI, HDMI, Speakers, 20M:1, 4 ms GTG with Thin Bezel - Glossy Black
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Display Size 27 inches 27 inches 27 inches 25 inches
Screen Type LED LED LED Backlight LED
Dimensions 18.6 cm x 24.4 cm x 51 cm 4.5 cm x 62.3 cm x 21.8 cm 3.81 m x 64.1 cm x 42 cm 39.8 cm x 20.5 cm x 56.9 cm
Item Weight 4.5 kg 4.4 kg 4.5 kg 4.4 kg
Resolution 1080 Pixels x 1920 Pixels 1080 Pixels x 59.8 cm 1080 Pixels x 1920 Pixels 1440 Pixels x 2560 Pixels
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Size: 27-inch | Style Name: DVI, HDMI and Speakers
  • Product Dimensions: 24.4 x 51 x 18.6 cm ; 4.5 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 6 Kg
  • Item model number: 9H.L9NLB.RBE
  • ASIN: B00BPL0558
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 22 April 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (317 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,360 in Computers (See Top 100 in Computers)

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Size Name:27-inch  |  Style Name:DVI, HDMI and Speakers

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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.

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    Style Name: IPS Panel DVI/DP/HDMI and SpeakersSize: 27-inch Verified Purchase
    Like many other users, I wanted increased screen real estate beyond the common 20-22" monitors, without sacrificing visual quality and without paying a fortune. I also wanted something suitable for work purposes and some casual gaming as well.

    High screen real estate is achieved by going to 27" or above. For me, a monitor larger than 27" sitting just a couple of feet in front of you on a desk would be too big; you would end up actually turning your head to see parts of the screen. 27" is probably the ideal size for desk us.

    If you go 27", you then you have essentially three resolution options. 1080p at this size will give you just 82 dots per inch (dpi), which is going to look somewhat coarse and blocky (22" at 1080p, for example, gives you 100 dpi, so you would actually have lower visual resolution in any physical area in the larger monitor, which would defeat the purpose). 1440p gives you 109 dpi, so you get a larger screen and with a more fine-grained resolution in any part of that screen as well, which makes the visuals better.

    The third option is 4k. This gives a very high resolution (163 dpi), but there are two major problems with 4k on Windows at the moment. (1) Even on Windows 10, most applications don't properly support font scaling. This means in many programs you will struggle to read the text, or you will have to run the monitor at a lower resolution which will look worse than a native lower resolution monitor. (2) Games on 4k look great, but only if you have a huge amount of graphics hardware to power them (think 2 x GTX 980Ti) and only if the game supports that resolution.
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    Style Name: DVI, HDMI and SpeakersSize: 27-inch
    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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    Style Name: DVI, HDMI and SpeakersSize: 27-inch 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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