Summary: I have had this model's older brother for nearly a year - works perfectly. I bought this one for my wife so she could have a PhotoShop tutorial and a photograph on screen simultaneously in an reasonable sized and easily readable display. This upgrade is just as good and she loves it!
Summary: The price, the displayport connection and the adjustable stand sold this monitor to me. I'm using an ATI Radeon 5870 graphics card to display to 3 monitors - left is this Benq BL2400PT monitor in portrait mode (DisplayPort connection), centre is a 32" Sony Bravia (HDMI connection) and right is an old Dell monitor (VGA connection). The adjustable stand allows the Benq monitor to align with the Sony Bravia picture fairly well. Works nicely.
Summary: I purchased this monitor to add dual display capabilities to my desktop and it is perfect for this task, the display can be placed very flexibly which is important for a second monitor and I am really enjoying the portrait setup, it makes reading text very natural. No hdmi but dispalyport is a useful capability and the display is very handsome, the lower wattage required by led is also useful for a dual display.
Excerpt: "...monitor is identical to the BenQ XL2410T, but the panel is completely different. Although I do enjoy the thoughtful office design of these two monitors as they work really well if you’re doing work on them. These monitors feature a rare flexibility in mainstream monitors now a days. To be able to functionally adjust and move your monitor in ways featured on the BL2400PT or XL2410T is awesome. Best thing about the BL2400PT that defines it from the ...
Pros: No glare off screen, led backlit, high contrast ratio, beautiful display and colors, nice design