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BenQ EL2870UE 28" LED UHD 4K HDR Freesync Monitor - £203.47 delivered at Ebuyer
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BenQ EL2870UE 28" LED UHD 4K HDR Freesync Monitor - £203.47 delivered at Ebuyer

£203.47£22510%Ebuyer Deals
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Posted 20th Feb

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It was cheaper, still a good a price for this decent 4K monitor.

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EL2870U ensures the delivery of incredibly sharp and detailed images. BenQ’s exclusive B.I.+ sensor (Brightness Intelligence Plus Technology) offers a comfortable viewing experience tailored for extended viewing by adjusting the brightness and colour temperature to make your HDR gaming performance better.
  • 28 inch LED UHD 4K
  • 1ms GTG Response Time
  • High Dynamic Range (HDR)
  • Brightness Intelligence Plus Technology (B.I.+ Sensor)
  • AMD FreeSync Technology
  • Eye-care Technology
  • High resolution: 28 Inch LED UHD (3840 x 2160 resolution)
  • HDR: HDR increases the dynamic range between black and white to showcase better clarity and details
  • Free-Sync: AMD FreeSync technology puts an end to choppy gameplay and broken frames with fluid, artefact-free performance
  • Connectivity: Multi input port with HDMI 2.0, DP 1.4, display port inputs
  • Fast 1 ms GTG response time: Lightning-fast 1 ms delivers smooth video and intense gaming performance
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Nice!
Good monitor for console but would not recommend for PC. Also this is not a HDR monitor! HDR mode on this monitor makes colours worse, not better.
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Is the 1ms response time realistic?
kevin.jonesMEn20/02/2020 10:49

Good monitor for console but would not recommend for PC. Also this is not …Good monitor for console but would not recommend for PC. Also this is not a HDR monitor! HDR mode on this monitor makes colours worse, not better.


Pretty much most monitors on the market will suck for HDR.

And why not for pc?
I'd certainly not recommend anyone buy from ebuyer. If your product fails within the guarantee period they end up keeping it and sending you a very small part refund. A couple of years back i returned £150 worth of motherboard due to a fault but was suddenly refunded less than half and told it couldn't be repaired so had been disposed of, they didn't stock it anymore and they were within their rights to do what they had done even without giving me the option of sending the board back so I could send it to the manufacturer. I couldn't be bothered to take it further but have never used them since.
I purchased this monitor last month for my PS4 it is okay, wouldn't say it is amazing though. Budget 4k monitor
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