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« on: July 31, 2017, 08:14:53 pm »
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BenQ BL2710PT

Discontinued 2013 monitor.

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BenQ GW2765HT

The GW2765HT uses a semi-glossy or nearly grain free matte coated 8 Bit +FRC (10 Bit) AHVA panel.  It has decent colour presets and overdrive (AMA High), but it can't match the AOC Q2770PQU and BenQ BL2710PT's (once the gamma is changed from mode 4 to mode 2) colour preset accuracy.  It also has slightly slower pixel response times and a tiny bit of overshoot compared to the BL2710PT as well as the typical frame of input lag.  When not placed in very bright rooms, the glossy black bezel ruins the perceived black depth and makes black look greyish and washed out by comparison.

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TFT Central Review
Playwares Review (Korean)[/spoiler]


BenQ PD2700Q

Review by Alexander Gryzhin
Review by PRAD (2016)
Review by PRAD (2018; low input lag)
Review by Tom's Hardware

The BenQ PD2700Q uses a matte 2560x1440 8 Bit +FRC AUO AHVA panel encased in a nice sparkly and coarsely surfaced matte grey plastic casing which has a fully adjust-able stand.  The PD2700Q has excellent preset color accuracy, fast pixel response times with minimal overshoot ghosting, negligible input lag and excellent resolution scaling which is good for those who play or watch both 720p (Xbox 360 & PS3) and 1080p content.



BenQ PD2710Q

Review by Les Numeriques
Review by Tom's Hardware



BenQ SW2700PT

Review by Alexander Gryzhin
Review by Extra Hardware CZ
Review by Hardware Info

BenQ SW2700PT is wide gamut monitor created for those who calibrated their monitors use programs which support color management.


BenQ PV2720


Review by Alexander Gryzhin
Review by IBXT
Review by PRAD

The BenQ PV270 is wide gamut monitor created for those who calibrated their monitors use programs which support color management.  It has a 14 bit 3d LUT, color compensation, better color presets and overdrive (less overshoot ghosting) than the SW2700T, and BenQ's hardware calibration program, Palette Master works better with the PV270.
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