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BenQ GL2760H 27 Inch TN LED Monitor (1920 x 1080/2 ms/VGA/HDMI), Glossy Black (Energy Class "B") £98.98 at Amazon
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BenQ GL2760H 27 Inch TN LED Monitor (1920 x 1080/2 ms/VGA/HDMI), Glossy Black (Energy Class "B") £98.98 at Amazon

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Posted 19th Feb

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27" inch monitor for under a oner.

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Average price of £142.56 so it is agenuine bargain.
Large 27" monitor, three separate connections,headphone connection and it also tilts...excellent price and under £100,nice spot OP. Heat added.
Edited by: "Wowhats" 19th Feb
cheers op just went for it.....
tammyy19/02/2020 11:48

cheers op just went for it.....



tammyy...let us know what you think to the monitor when you receive and set it up.
Wowhats20/02/2020 18:51

tammyy...let us know what you think to the monitor when you receive and …tammyy...let us know what you think to the monitor when you receive and set it up.



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39956315.jpg39956315.jpg39956315.jpg39956315.jpg39956315.jpg39956315.jpg39956315.jpg39956315-IRGCb.jpg39956315-heMcC.jpgOk here are the images of the monitor, I struggled to get the HDMI port working , bcos the monitor automatically set to DVI, so you have to first set the default setting and select HDMI in order to get HDMI working, part from that it's all good very bright screen and I had 24" before now I can see it's much bigger and taller.....hope it will help someone.....thank you
Edited by: "tammyy" 22nd Feb
Thanks tammyy for posting your pics,really great. Did you find any dead pixels on the screen and are the colours nice and deep? I,m looking to jump to a 27" from a 24" monitor and this fits the bill.
Wowhats22/02/2020 09:19

Thanks tammyy for posting your pics,really great. Did you find any dead …Thanks tammyy for posting your pics,really great. Did you find any dead pixels on the screen and are the colours nice and deep? I,m looking to jump to a 27" from a 24" monitor and this fits the bill.


Seems to be it's a powerful monitor, I cant see any fault.....especially when watching via HDMI, I noticed the difference in HD quality...so I am happy with it ......only thing is it has audio settings, but it doesn't seems to have built in speakers so I am not sure why there is audio settings to increase and reduce volumes.....part from that I am happy with this purchase .....thank you
Edited by: "tammyy" 22nd Feb
tammyy22/02/2020 12:33

Seems to be it's a powerful monitor, I cant see any fault.....especially …Seems to be it's a powerful monitor, I cant see any fault.....especially when watching via HDMI, I noticed the difference in HD quality...so I am happy with it ......only thing is it has audio settings, but it doesn't seems to have built in speakers so I am not sure why there is audio settings to increase and reduce volumes.....part from that I am happy with this purchase .....thank you



Maybe the audio settings relate to the headphone socket adapter jack next to all your monitor input sockets,you may be able to plug in some seperate mini pc speakers powered by your pc's usb, or just use an ordinary pair of headphones.
Edited by: "Wowhats" 22nd Feb
Wowhats22/02/2020 15:03

Maybe the audio settings relate to the headphone socket adapter jack next …Maybe the audio settings relate to the headphone socket adapter jack next to all your monitor input sockets,you may be able to plug in some seperate mini pc speakers powered by your pc's usb, or just use an ordinary pair of headphones.


Ohh , I never thought about it....thanks for that...will give a try
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