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OK. But the BenQ GW2760HS is better for a similar price
on 7 January 2014
I bought this monitor only for use with my Xbox and for watching films/tv through my laptop. However, it arrived with a dead pixel so I arranged for its return.
After reading additional reviews online, as well as on the BenQ website, I decided to replace this monitor with a BenQ GW2760HS. The prices are very similar but I found that the GW2760HS receives considerably better reviews compared to the GW2750HM. The GW2760HS also appears to be an upgrade / newer model to the GW2750HM in many respects (please see online reviews, particularly the BenQ website for more info).
Personally, I found that the GW2760HS produces colours better than the GW2750HM and it has yet to cause me any "eye-fatigue" (unlike the GW2750HM which did cause a bit of this). This is likely attributed to its "flicker-free technology".
Also, the monitor buttons on the GW2750HM are placed on the right-hand side of the monitor which is where my speakers sit and so they often got in my way. On the GW2760HS, these buttons are on the bottom of the monitor which suits me better. The bezel on the GW2750HM is much thicker too, which makes it look much less modern.
As far as I could tell, both appear(ed) to have excellent black-levels. I found both easy to set-up. And I didn't notice any lag on either monitor (but then again, I don't play FPS games).
I can't say that the GW2750HM was a bad monitor, but I would strongly recommend checking out the BenQ GW2760HS before you make a final decision.
(I have owned my GW2760HS for a month now and I am still very pleased with it).