BenQ E2420HD LCD monitor

BenQ's latest Full HD monitor has a whopping 11 ports, including two HDMI and four USB connections

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  • Expert Rating

    3.50 / 5
  • User Rating

    1.50 / 5 (of 1 Review)
  • Price

    $ 549.00 (AUD)

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Lots of inputs, more then you will ever need to use.
Bad viewing angles, Blacks and whites never look good. Stand isn't very adjustable
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After spending hours configuring the settings on this monitor i haven't found a setting that makes both the dark and light colors look good. The Gamma setting lets you have either washed out colors and greys that look almost 100% like white (gamma 2.0 and lower) Or Dark colors that all look black gamma 2.2 and higher. It doesn't matter how much you change the contrast and brightness its impossible to get both of the colors looking good.

The biggest problem however is the viewing angles, i had to tilt it down as much as it goes and then put stuff under the stand to angle it more downward so i could watch it while laying down. If you don't angle it down all of the color is lost everything looks black and all you can see is whites and some bright blues or reds.

I have had this for a month and already hate it enough that i downgraded back to my old 1680x1050 monitor and gave this to a friend.

I would only buy this if you can find it for really cheap and need all the inputs.

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