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BenQ Monitors: 28" EL2870U 4K $240, 27" GL2780 Eye-Care $168, 27" EX2710S 165Hz PS Gaming Monitor $264 & More + Free S/H at B&H photo

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This is for the 1st monitor listed, which is a TN 4K.
28 inch 4K HDR Gaming Monitor, FreeSync, 1ms GtG, Eye-Care™️ Technology | EL2870U

28" 3840x2160 UHD 16:9 HDR 4K Gaming Monitor

AMD FreeSync™️ Technology

Brightness Intelligence Plus Technology

Also available direct from BENQ.
https://www.benq.com/en-us/monito...tions.html
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Wanted to share my recent experience and I would definitely stay away from BenQ monitors. Had a 27 inch IPS panel monitor from BenQ, earlier this year. Within the 90 day warranty period the screen seemed to have internally cracked from the edge less screen perhaps due to bad quality construction of the monitor and BenQ refused to honor their warranty stating it's a mechanical defect. I would stay away from such a manufacturer who refuses to honor their manufacturer's warranty.
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TN panel hard pass
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I love my benq monitor. That's all I gotta say
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Am I crazy, or does the EX2710S seem kinda high since it's just 1080p? You can get a 1440p that's also IPS and the same refresh and gamut for about the same price as this 1080p one. The HP 27Q is 1440p and currently available for around $245.

Is this BenQ that much nicer?
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Quote from CyanSeagull232 :
Wanted to share my recent experience and I would definitely stay away from BenQ monitors. Had a 27 inch IPS panel monitor from BenQ, earlier this year. Within the 90 day warranty period the screen seemed to have internally cracked from the edge less screen perhaps due to bad quality construction of the monitor and BenQ refused to honor their warranty stating it's a mechanical defect. I would stay away from such a manufacturer who refuses to honor their manufacturer's warranty.
I was quite satisfied with their warranty. I had an integrated speaker failure and they replaced my refurbished monitor with a brand new one.
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Mainly TN, FHD options are available... Much rather prefer 27" IPS, 4K or 1440p options instead.
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Quote from Frank_Nitty :
Mainly TN, FHD options are available... Much rather prefer 27" IPS, 4K or 1440p options instead.
yeah you aren't wrong. benq has always kind of made those sacrifices too. Lower screen size, tn panel, any sacrifice to try and eek out that arguable performance level. aside from pro players using this for some FPS games, i can't see this highly rated and wonder if its ever been tuned up by reccomendations. the trade off may not be worth it for mixed usages. I don't think any of these were on rtings.

Also OP to note your original prices seem to be available on Amazon but not B&H photo, one of the mobius monitors was around $270-280 on b&h while 263 on amazon. not sure if counts as expired but may want to update.
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Quote from CyanSeagull232 :
Wanted to share my recent experience and I would definitely stay away from BenQ monitors. Had a 27 inch IPS panel monitor from BenQ, earlier this year. Within the 90 day warranty period the screen seemed to have internally cracked from the edge less screen perhaps due to bad quality construction of the monitor and BenQ refused to honor their warranty stating it's a mechanical defect. I would stay away from such a manufacturer who refuses to honor their manufacturer's warranty.
If they don't cover "mechanical defects" what does the warranty cover?
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Viewsonic 1440p 144mhz IPS 27 inch for 189$ on Amazon if you can catch it when it's in stock
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I have a BenQ SW monitor and it has been flawless, granted it cost more but every interaction with them has been great. Replaced it without question over small issue.
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I love my benq monitor. That's all I gotta say
mpoling11I love my benq monitor. That's all I gotta saywhat a jerk thing to vote you down just because you didnt say what they wanted to hear.
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I love my benq monitor. That's all I gotta say
What a jerk thing to give you a thumbs down just beecause they didnt like what you said.. some people on here need to get a life..
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