The BenQ PD2700U monitor delivers professional-grade performance at a reasonable price. We test out the 27-inch IPS panel with 4K resolution, HDR and factory-certified calibration.
BenQ’s EW3280U is a 32-inch 4K monitor with AMD FreeSync, unofficial G-Sync Compatibility, HDR and excellent out-of-box color with nearly full DCI-P3 coverage.
The XL2411P delivers 144Hz and motion blur reduction in a solidly built chassis at a low price. A TN panel at 1080p promises responsive gameplay and fast frame rates.
BenQ's EL2870U is a TN panel with HDR10 support and FreeSync that offers good value to gamers and entertainment buffs alike.
Today, we’re looking at our first HDR-capable gaming monitor, BenQ’s EX3501R. It’s a 35” VA panel with an 1800R curve, 3440x1440 resolution, FreeSync to 100Hz, and HDR10 support.
When does a monitor go from professional to reference? When it’s as accurate as BenQ’s SW271. The 27-inch UHD IPS panel comes HDR and a wide color gamut.
BenQ adds a 32” Ultra HD HDR-capable monitor to its EW line with the EW3270U. With DCI-P3 color, HDR10 & FreeSync, it's a good display for gaming and movies.
BenQ provides the latest entrant in the HDR saga with its new EW277HDR. It’s a 27” FHD VA panel with 3000:1 contrast, HDR10 support, and an HDR emulation mode for standard content.
Today we look at BenQ’s PD2710QC from the Designer Monitor series. It’s a 27” IPS screen with QHD and a complete laptop docking station built into its base.
Ultra HD is best enjoyed on a jumbo screen, so today we’re looking at a new BenQ professional video editing display, the 32-inch IPS-based PV3200PT.
Today we review BenQ's VZ2470H, a general-use display that incorporates exceptional image quality courtesy of a high-contrast AMVA panel, high style and a low price.
If you need the ultimate in color accuracy, BenQ can deliver with its 27-inch SW2700PT. Professionals seeking a precise QHD resolution screen may rejoice when they see its low price. Today we check it out in our labs.
BenQ's XR3051 high-contrast AMVA panel offers an impressive 2000R curvature and a 144Hz refresh rate along with some very unique attributes.
For our first chance to examine AMD’s FreeSync, BenQ sent us its brand-new XL2730Z, and we’re running it through our demanding suite.
Even though FreeSync is starting to appear, G-Sync is still the go-to tech for gamers seeking an image free of frame-tearing. Today we’re checking out BenQ’s latest feature-laden display – the 24-inch XL2420G.
The first-generation 32-inch Ultra HD monitors came out at over $3000. They’ve dropped in price of course, but BenQ’s new BL3201PT is debuting at a more aggressive MSRP of $1100. We've even seen it selling for under $1000. Today we test its performance.
BenQ sent over a 144Hz-capable 24-inch screen priced attractively. As a gamer, it'd be hard to ignore this model, which doesn't offer G-Sync support, but does deliver a great picture and excellent maximum refresh rate for less than $400.