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BenQ is a brand that produces high-end gaming monitors and some of the cheapest (and highest quality) home projectors around. Catering for hardcore multiplayer gamers and hardened cinema buffs alike, their products blend affordability and quality in equal measure. Customers can find out what BenQ has to offer and save money by bookmarking the BenQ HotUKDeals listings. Read more
BenQ EW2775ZH 27 Inch Eye-Care Monitor, 1920 x 1080 FHD £131.60 @ Amazon
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Down from £160

Expired ?


Good price, but at this size you'd really be hoping for 1440p minimum - 1080p is pushing it, but not the end of the world. If it has a VESA mount, it's a bit better a deal imo.


Lol that was my initial thought to before i went to his home. He had just got a 40" tv and was going on about how he liked gaming on that. I did feel bad for ripping him off and wanted to tell him the difference but on the other hand, it was for 50 quids


Lad, *burglar. ;)


I got this one from a lad for 50£ with 11months warranty. Its been over a year now and still doing the job.

BenQ GW2765HE 27" WQHD (1440p) IPS Monitor £189.99 Delivered @ Box
Found 12th SepFound 12th Sep
Slight price reduction on this monitor over at Box, making it the cheapest out there for this model. 1440p IPS Panel, with a 4ms response time, and 60Hz refresh. Good for gaming if… Read more

ok for i5 2500k and R9 280X?


Think you're getting confused between the horizontal frequency (30-89KHz) and vertical frequency (50-75Hz) on these monitors. Note that both the HT and HE have 50-75Hz listed under vertical frequency on the BenQ website. I suspect that they're both 60Hz monitors at the native resolution though.


Thank you both sincerely, this is mostly for admin work, and then limited photography stuff so colour reproduction is important, and then watching videos. It seems I can and should save the difference and buy this one. Box seem to have a fairly decent returns policy, are they well regarded? It is troubling how nearly everything I buy is from Amazon these days!


shall give it a go, thanks!


Yeah - higher frequency range allows for more refreshes per second, allowing you to have a higher frame per second count. I must admit 89FPS is a bit of an unusual number but so is 165hz I guess. Either way as long as you unlock the frames in your games and allow it to go over the 60FPS softcap and you do receive up to 89FPS then you should notice a big difference in how fluid your games play.

BenQ EW3270ZL 32 Inch QHD Eye-Care Monitor £219.98 @ Amazon UK
Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
Have been looking for a good monitor under £250 and came across this, fair to say I quickly found myself clicking the buy now button. High Resolution: 32 inch LED WQHD (2560 x 1… Read more
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Cheers @Amar_Nam I'll post a picture when it arrives 😁 (y)


I know the price has sadly gone up but to answer you question it's 60hz.


@dimav83 You are correct. It just looks washed out to be when I did get my Dell for a dual monitor setup. I'll keep an eye out for a 28-32 inch IPS panel at 1440.


@Matt_Meaders Let us know what you thinks. It's a cracking price! Well done for grabbing one, before the price jump.


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BenQ EW2775ZH  Cheap 27" general-purpose monitor : Amazon - £127.18
Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
Monitor. £59 per square foot.

I have 2 benq gl2450 s they are a great monitor 75 quid on eBay used new for just over 100 now I think


VESA mounting holes allow you to easily attach the monitor to an arm like this one (of which I have several)... You can get a VESA adapter plate for a Benq monitor from Amazon; however they're £30, so it would be cheaper and neater to find monitor with VESA built-in.


For the price it's good, but if you are using to do office work you can see pixels easily, get something smaller or with better resolution


Nice price have some heat


Its pretty decent. I got it last year from a guy for 50£ who rarely used it for a week. He got a better offer on a bigger tv so didnt bother about it. 127 is good too

BenQ Zowie FK2 Mouse for e-Sports (Used - Acceptable) From £19.27 Amazon Warehouse Prime
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Warehouse deal. Thought this was very good price as this mouse is well reviewed and sells for £57 new. Alot of stock available at time of posting.

Ive bought "good" and recieved new.


I'm not saying this about used in general, my comment was regarding this particular grade - "acceptable". With others being "as new" or "good" or "very good".


If it's returned it hardly used, most likely packaging reasons is the state ? Think you guys jumped to alot of conclusions as it's not that accurate to grading


Ive bought used stuff from warehouse and its been brand new.



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BenQ EX3501R 35-inch Ultra WQHD Curved Monitor, Video Enjoyment, HDR, 21:9, 3440 x 1440, VA, FreeSync, 100 Hz, £615 Amazon
Found 5th JulFound 5th Jul full review here.
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Having FreeSync makes that part clear.


No g-sync


It's a deal, on a fairly new model monitor, but don't be fooled ... it is not properly HDR compliant, more like a half-measure. At a very average 300nits of brightness it's not even remotely capable of the contrast ratios required for an HDR10 experience. It's also only 8bit colour. If you were in the market for a regular VA 100hz 35" ultrawide at 3440x1440 and had no interest in real HDR then this is a fine to decent option at this price point.


This is still a deal. Overpriced or not, you're getting more for your money than you normally would.


with 100hz, i reckon this is a very good deal if the VA panel delivers.

BenQ EL2870U 4K HDR Entertainment Monitor, UHD 3840 x 2160, TN, Free-Sync, 1 ms Response Time, 28 Inch, Metallic Grey, £249.99 (£50 off) @ Amazon
Found 25th JunFound 25th Jun
Seems a good monitor for the price. First post so go easy... (:I

TN panel junk


I’d rather not hahah


Get a TV if you enjoy playing games with input lag.


While this is true, they won't stay that price for very long. This massive price is literally because they didn't exist in the wild until about a month ago, and the early adopter premium is going to be eyewatering. They'll be around 1000 within 12 months, I'd put money on it. The ideal gaming monitor right now, IMO, is something 1440p, 144hz, adaptive sync (gsync if needed) and 28 inches+ The ultrawide crowd has its adherents, but they've not swayed me as yet.


Ok thanks (y)

BenQ GW2270H 21.5 inch Flicker Free LED Monitor - Black - £80.10 delivered @ Amazon
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
Device type: LED monitor - 21.5 inch Brightness: 250 cd/m2. Resolution (max.)‎ - 1920x1080‎. Display Area(mm)‎ - 477 x 268‎ Colour support: 16.7 million colours Aspect ratio: Wi… Read more
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Flicker free?!


Looks decent for the price, just a shame I don't need a new monitor at the moment :) Thanks for sharing, heat added!

BenQ EL2870U 4K HDR Entertainment Monitor, UHD 3840 x 2160, TN, Free-Sync, 1 ms Response Time, 28 Inch, Metallic Grey £299.99 @ Amazon
Found 12th MayFound 12th May
Temporarily out of stock on Amazon. seems a decent price for a newly released 4K HRD 10Bit display. This display is 60Hz. High resolution: 28-inch LED UHD (3840 x 2160 resolutio… Read more
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I wasn't responding to that part of the question. just the part about 4k gameplay. but i do disagree somewhat, just because i bought an expensive gpu and an affordable cpu etc,i dont need a much more expensive monitor. although i do agree i would only really use this for video and some gaming on the side. but its perfectly functional as a gaming monitor


If you've got the cash to spend on a 1080Ti (and the associated hardware to go with it), it makes no sense to skimp on the monitor by buying something like his...


I play 4k AAA games on my 1080ti just fine on taking some settings down to high. have you ever seen high/ultra comparisons on most games? i personally cant tell the difference without constant switching back and forth. plus new GPU's are rumoured to be very soon.


TN and HDR whats the point?


This monitor makes no sense. What graphics card is going to be able to run AAA games @ 3840 x 2160 with high/ultra details? Not many. Which is fine you'd think - I'll just use it for playing 4K video. But then you realise than it's a TN panel rather than IPS so it's not going to look that great in terms of colour reproduction and contrast.

BenQ GW2765HT LED IPS 27 inch Widescreen Multimedia Monitor (16:9 2560 x 1440, 1000:1, 20M:1, 4 ms GTG, DVI/DP1.2/HDMI1.4 and Speakers) - Black £209.99 @ Amazon
Found 28th AprFound 28th Apr
Seems like a good price for a 27" 1440p IPS monitor with decent reviews. Was £269 last night but has dropped to £209 now.
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back to £269


I have this, bought it at £269, very happy with it, had to fiddle with font sizes going to my first 1440, only gripe is power button in on the back, but it's a superb screen, very clear pic and very happy with it. Tempted to buy a 2nd at this price.


According to camelcamelcamel, this is the cheapest it ever has been with an average sale price of £275. It also has very good reviews. I am tempted...


This or the Acer H277HU?

BenQ 32" EW3270ZL WQHD AMVA+ Monitor £259.99 Delivered @
Found 23rd AprFound 23rd Apr
Great price for this 32" WQHD monitor from BenQ. 4ms response time, AMVA+ Panel, 3000:1 contrast ratio make this a great monitor for both productivity and gaming. Resolut… Read more

...except that nVidia drivers refuse to display full RGB over HDMI or DP, even if you tell them to in the setings :(


BenQ always have good quality products. This is alright.


What should you be looking for if you're after a monitor for photo edits that's colour correct


I ran this through google translate and still stumped



BenQ XL2546 ZOWIE 24.5 Inch 240 Hz e-Sports Monitor with DyAc Tech £428.99 @ amazon
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Seems to be the lowest it's been on amazon. Is it worth the money? No idea, I've yet to try 240hz :).

I recently picked up the Acer Predator XB252 after only ever using 60hz and the step up feels amazing, for anyone on PC that hasn't used anything more than 60hz I would highly recommend you try it. Just make sure you have the horsepower to reach 240hz (I don't but it's actually given me a reason to OC my CPU & GPU now, and if you don't either it might be better to not get this model and go for a gsync monitor instead) and make sure you are ok with TN monitors (blacks aren't very deep but alot of the 240hz monitors are really bright, so as long as you don't game in low light the difference hasn't been that noticable for me). It feels super smooth and even web browsing on 60hz feels weird now, the mouse cursor looks like it stutters everywhere compared to 240 hz.


Indeed but I believe the panels are removable should you want a regular looking screen :). 1920 x 1080. If you aren't already looking for one of these you are most likely better off with something else. It's a very small niche in the market. People who care a lot about competitive gaming and people who like emulators a lot and want something with near CRT motion clarity without actually having to deal with the practicality issues of a CRT in 2018.


What resolution is the monitor?


Very star trek looking :)

BenQ 27" GW2765HE Widescreen Quad HD IPS Monitor - £199.99 delivered @
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Good price for a 2K monitor. 2560x1440 QHD(WQHD) IPS Low Blue Light Flicker-free HAS HDMI / DP / DVI / VGA

is it any good?


will this work with an iMac2017 5K well? looking for a good external monitor..... Budget around £299 max but dont want to spend it all : ) thanks


Fam you can't leave is hanging like this


Have you tested it what's the pixel per inch like and colour accuracy


Any good?


Just an FYI, mine is being delivered tomorrow as they got stock in a lot earlier than expected. The price has gone up to £284.99 so we got in at the right time!


Thanks OP, I purchased this yesterday, with the 3% off Amazon and a £5 i got it for just under £200, bargain


Got one delivered last weekend - they had plummeted the price about 10 days before but out of stock and delivery very much manana but within a week had it! Tip: It DOES come with all 3 potential signal cables ie analog VGA; digital HDMI & DisplayPort, not just HDMI as implied by the sticker on the box! I wasted a few days and a few quid ordering & awaiting a DisplayPort cable before commissioning it today - whatta dope! Mine's been pixel perfect with excellent stand and brightness - still getting used to all the extra pixels & workspace. Seems a total bargain though :)


60hz but I managed to overclock it to 74hz when I had it. On the other hand your mileage may vary.


hz on this?

BenQ EW2775ZH 27 inch  Monitor, 1920x1080 - £135.16 @ Amazon
Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
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Good for PS4 / PS4 pro?


From the review posted above I don't think you can "The monitor isn’t VESA compatible, so there’s no possibility of choosing an aftermarket mount."


Can you please share how you can do it? Thanks


Yes you can I have 3


Full review here:

BenQ GL2706PQ 27-Inch QHD Monitor £199.99 @ Amazon
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
60Hz Gaming Monitor, ideal choice for console gaming Also designed for professional use at the office, the monitor can be adjusted for the ideal ergonomic position for comfort and… Read more

This is back up to £228.99 again now ;(


I've had this monitor for a couple of years now and for non-professional users it's a beauty at this price imo. The main thing I noticed when upgrading from the 1080p 24" model was the extra screen real estate that you get when web browsing/multi-tasking. Some gaming experiences have improved for me also. I noticed a clear increase in image depth and detail in The Witcher EE for example. I usually make use of blue light settings though as the screen can be a little too bright for me at times.


For you personally. Fair enough.


Just be aware this screen uses a TN panel, as I'm not sure this has been mentioned yet: If you're alright with this, then this is a very good price for a 27" QHD monitor.


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