BenQ GW2760HM LED VA Panel 27-inch W Multimedia Monitor 1920 x 1080 20M:1, 4 ms GTG, DVI, HDMI & Speakers - Glossy Black @ Amazon - £155 - HotUKDeals
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BenQ GW2760HM LED VA Panel 27-inch W Multimedia Monitor 1920 x 1080 20M:1, 4 ms GTG, DVI, HDMI & Speakers - Glossy Black @ Amazon - £155.00

£155.00 @ Amazon
Just ordered this to replace my 22" LG monitor. Reviews seem to be very good and the price seems pretty good to me! Shared Via The HUKD App For Android. Read More
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Just ordered this to replace my 22" LG monitor. Reviews seem to be very good and the price seems pretty good to me!

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#1
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#2
I have the 2750 version of this monitor and for the money it is a fantastic bit of kit!
#4
I have the e2740l which is more or less the same panel but with 2 hdmi ports, and again its a lovely monitor.
#5
I don't get this one. The description says it is £155 with DVI but then when you select options it is £155 with HDMI and £183 with HDMI and DVI. grr
#6
Also if the same price at Debenhams you should be able to get at least £20 off with one of the 20% off vouchers from gift cloud
#7
BenQ VA Panels are great I've got a 22" model and it's got no ghosting while gaming, very bright and no view angel issues at all. The Blue Light Reduction tech is also great to save your eyes from straining when your surfing or doing non intensive tasks.
#8
the BLR mode is great if your tired and want to reduce blue light intensity ..
#9
tempting. I want a 2nd 27 screen.. hmmm
#10
I've got a weird question: My current 22" monitor is 1080p. If I move to this 27" monitor which is also 1080p, will I notice a reduction in quality or pixels? Sorry I don't know too much about monitors.
#11
mos_ftw
I've got a weird question: My current 22" monitor is 1080p. If I move to this 27" monitor which is also 1080p, will I notice a reduction in quality or pixels? Sorry I don't know too much about monitors.

Assuming your 22" is also 1920x1080 and not one of the other resolutions that would qualify for the TV terminology of '1080p' (such as 2560x1080) then you'll see an identical picture but larger rather than getting more space.

Whether the individual pixels will be large enough to be bothersome depends on your viewing distance and eyesight.

Quality is unconnected with resolution for many uses, without knowing how good your current monitor is it's impossible to say there.
#12
EndlessWaves
mos_ftw
I've got a weird question: My current 22" monitor is 1080p. If I move to this 27" monitor which is also 1080p, will I notice a reduction in quality or pixels? Sorry I don't know too much about monitors.

Assuming your 22" is also 1920x1080 and not one of the other resolutions that would qualify for the TV terminology of '1080p' (such as 2560x1080) then you'll see an identical picture but larger rather than getting more space.

Whether the individual pixels will be large enough to be bothersome depends on your viewing distance and eyesight.

Quality is unconnected with resolution for many uses, without knowing how good your current monitor is it's impossible to say there.


Yeah sorry, my current monitor is 1920 x 1080 and with this 27" monitor being the same I was a little worried about the image not being as crisp.
#13
mos_ftw
EndlessWaves
mos_ftw
I've got a weird question: My current 22" monitor is 1080p. If I move to this 27" monitor which is also 1080p, will I notice a reduction in quality or pixels? Sorry I don't know too much about monitors.

Assuming your 22" is also 1920x1080 and not one of the other resolutions that would qualify for the TV terminology of '1080p' (such as 2560x1080) then you'll see an identical picture but larger rather than getting more space.

Whether the individual pixels will be large enough to be bothersome depends on your viewing distance and eyesight.

Quality is unconnected with resolution for many uses, without knowing how good your current monitor is it's impossible to say there.

Yeah sorry, my current monitor is 1920 x 1080 and with this 27" monitor being the same I was a little worried about the image not being as crisp.

Currently using this model, buy in confidence, lovely piece of kit.
#14
What do you user yours for? Is there any bleeding or clouding? what about motion/ghosting? thanks.
#15
Glix
What do you user yours for? Is there any bleeding or clouding? what about motion/ghosting? thanks.

Well my current monitor is the LG Flatron W2261VP. I'd say there is a little amount of bleeding but I don't notice any ghosting at all.
#16
mos_ftw
Glix
What do you user yours for? Is there any bleeding or clouding? what about motion/ghosting? thanks.

Well my current monitor is the LG Flatron W2261VP. I'd say there is a little amount of bleeding but I don't notice any ghosting at all.

Thanks, will keep looking then, bleeding is highly noticeable for me and is a deal breaker.
#17
Glix
mos_ftw
Glix
What do you user yours for? Is there any bleeding or clouding? what about motion/ghosting? thanks.

Well my current monitor is the LG Flatron W2261VP. I'd say there is a little amount of bleeding but I don't notice any ghosting at all.

Thanks, will keep looking then, bleeding is highly noticeable for me and is a deal breaker.


Sorry are you asking about this BenQ monitor or my previous one?
#18
Ok I ordered one as a birthday gift :) Hope he will enjoy it :)
#19
mos_ftw
Glix
mos_ftw
Glix
What do you user yours for? Is there any bleeding or clouding? what about motion/ghosting? thanks.

Well my current monitor is the LG Flatron W2261VP. I'd say there is a little amount of bleeding but I don't notice any ghosting at all.

Thanks, will keep looking then, bleeding is highly noticeable for me and is a deal breaker.


Sorry are you asking about this BenQ monitor or my previous one?


take it you mean the old one was bleeding and not the benq?

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