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BenQ GL2760HE 27" VGA DVI HDMI Monitor £119.99 @ Ebuyer

£119.99 @ Ebuyer
Display • 27" Screen • Response Time: 2ms (GTG) • Resolution: 1920 x 1080 • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 • Brightness: 300 cd/m² • Native Contrast: 1000:1 • Dynamic Contrast: 12M:1 • Vie… Read More
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8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
Display

• 27" Screen

• Response Time: 2ms (GTG)

• Resolution: 1920 x 1080

• Aspect Ratio: 16:9

• Brightness: 300 cd/m²

• Native Contrast: 1000:1

• Dynamic Contrast: 12M:1

• Viewing angle: 170°/ 160°

• Display Colours: 16.7M

• Pixel Pitch: 0.311mm

• Panel: TN

• Colour Gamut: 72% NTSC

Connectivity

• VGA

• DVI

• HDMI

• Headphone jack

Features

• Flicker-Free Technology

• Senseye 3

• Windows 8.1/8 Compatible

• HDCP supported

• Colour Temperature: Reddish/ Normal/ Bluish/ User mode

• VESA 100 x 100

• Tilt: -5 ~ 20°

Power

• Power Supply: AC 90 - 264 AC

• Built-in

• Power consumption on mode: 21W

• Power consumption power saving mode: <0.3W

Dimensions (WxHxD)

• 641 x 488 x 215mm
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My sons pc has a gtx960 graphics card and 3.4GHz Intel Quad Core i5 etc. He uses a 25" LCD tv at the moment. Would this be an improvement? if not could someone point me in the direction of a monitor that would be an improvement in picture quality. Maximum budget would be about £150 to £170. Thanks for any advice.
#3
My sons pc has a gtx960 graphics card and 3.4GHz Intel Quad Core i5 etc. He uses a 25" LCD tv at the moment. Would this be an improvement? if not could someone point me in the direction of a monitor that would be an improvement in picture quality. Maximum budget would be about £150 to £170. Thanks for any advice.
I would go for this
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-25um58-25-ultrawide-ips-gaming-monitor-2k-149-ebuyer-2507050
#4
diamondnine
My sons pc has a gtx960 graphics card and 3.4GHz Intel Quad Core i5 etc. He uses a 25" LCD tv at the moment. Would this be an improvement? if not could someone point me in the direction of a monitor that would be an improvement in picture quality. Maximum budget would be about £150 to £170. Thanks for any advice.

This will most likely be a big improvement over a tv yes, especially if he games. Personally I'm not a fan of the ultra wide monitors, I dont see the benefit of them really, and you'll spend more time readjusting games than its worth.
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diamondnine
My sons pc has a gtx960 graphics card and 3.4GHz Intel Quad Core i5 etc. He uses a 25" LCD tv at the moment. Would this be an improvement? if not could someone point me in the direction of a monitor that would be an improvement in picture quality. Maximum budget would be about £150 to £170. Thanks for any advice.



This would be ideal.
#6
diamondnine
My sons pc has a gtx960 graphics card and 3.4GHz Intel Quad Core i5 etc. He uses a 25" LCD tv at the moment. Would this be an improvement? if not could someone point me in the direction of a monitor that would be an improvement in picture quality. Maximum budget would be about £150 to £170. Thanks for any advice.


If he uses a 25" lcd tv why does he need anything else? Give him a stick or a ball and send him out in the street.
#7
So many 27 inches on here recently .. Not sure which one to get! This or the Acer?
#8
Good price. Wish it was 4k. I could have upgraded my old 27 1080p which I want to get rid of . But not buying another 1080p.
#9
diamondnine
My sons pc has a gtx960 graphics card and 3.4GHz Intel Quad Core i5 etc. He uses a 25" LCD tv at the moment. Would this be an improvement? if not could someone point me in the direction of a monitor that would be an improvement in picture quality. Maximum budget would be about £150 to £170. Thanks for any advice.
Your son is lucky with parents, although I would start pushing onto earning themselves otherwise you wont notice how you start buying monitors for grand kids and still supporting kids...:| to answer the question yes it would make an improvement providing your tv is lower spec.
#10
Bought this 2 weeks ago from Amazon for £133.99. Contacted them to ask if they could refund the difference but they refused citing a "change in policy". FFS! But they offered me a free return label to send mine back for a refund!! So theoretically I could order a new monitor at the lower price and return it the next day for a refund of the higher price! What are Amazon playing at?
#11
whome
Bought this 2 weeks ago from Amazon for £133.99. Contacted them to ask if they could refund the difference but they refused citing a "change in policy". FFS! But they offered me a free return label to send mine back for a refund!! So theoretically I could order a new monitor at the lower price and return it the next day for a refund of the higher price! What are Amazon playing at?


Amazon also terminate accounts for people who return stuff which ain't faulty , it was on watch dog on BBC earlier this year
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Anthonis
diamondnine
My sons pc has a gtx960 graphics card and 3.4GHz Intel Quad Core i5 etc. He uses a 25" LCD tv at the moment. Would this be an improvement? if not could someone point me in the direction of a monitor that would be an improvement in picture quality. Maximum budget would be about £150 to £170. Thanks for any advice.
Your son is lucky with parents, although I would start pushing onto earning themselves otherwise you wont notice how you start buying monitors for grand kids and still supporting kids...:| to answer the question yes it would make an improvement providing your tv is lower spec.

Just to let you know, he is 14 and bought the pc himself from money saved doing paper rounds and the tv was a £50 jobby from ebay.
#13
bought 4 and a mount heat
#14
Does 1080p at 27" look stretched out?
#15
tombyrne94
Does 1080p at 27" look stretched out?


It looks perfect TBH
#16
Be wary about ebuyer. I'm a long time customer and bought 2 , 24" gaming benq monitors, one arrived without a power lead and the other had a number of dead pixels.

I retuned the faulty one after yodel never bothered to turn for the first scheduled pick up day.

After about 2 weeks of raising the initial rma I got a replacement. To my amazement this monitor was worse than the one it replaced with 4 or 5 areas of dead pixels.

All three of the monitors which I received had clearly been opened, presumably returns which had been restocked.
#17
Looks too pixelated, whats ebuyers return policy.

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