Pros: I'm running 3 of these monitors. Man do they stress out your video card, but they look amazing (after using the included calibration software). I researched for months before picking these monitors out and I'm glad I got them. They've been working for over a year for me now and will stay with me ...
Cons: You need a super high end video card setup to run 3 of these at 1440p.
Pros: Built well. Nice overall picture. No dead pixels.
Cons: Had a good size yellow tinted area on the left-hand side. The main menu button would hardly react to anything other than my left thumb at a certain angle. Pretty frustrating. I'm RMA'ing it. I really liked it overall, the yellow tint and touch menu buttons just didn't do it for me. Also a little ...
Love this monitor. Works great with Surface Pro 3.
12 November 2014
Summary: I didn't purchase this on Amazon, but I wanted to give my thoughts on this monitor. Newegg was having a 10% off all BenQ monitors (until 11/13/14), so I purchased this monitor for $404 total, no Tax and free shipping. Amazon was selling it for $449 plus tax, so total was $488.
Worked Flawlessly with Mac Mini right out-of-the-box, ZERO setup
27 October 2014
Summary: Worked flawlessly with a new Mac Mini right out-of-the-box, ZERO setup. Getting 2560 x 1440 resolution. Naturally, the first thing I did was test this display using "Pixel Buddy". Found zero defects. The BenQ BL2710PT came with a CD for setup and configuration with a Windows computer.
If I didn't know any better I would say this thing is brand new
Michael Jourdan, Amazon
24 October 2014
Summary: I received the BenQ 27" 1440p monitor I ordered several days ago today which was supposedly "used acceptable" for about 350$. I must say Amazon you have outdone yourselves with this one. If I didn't know any better I would say this thing is brand new.
Excellent monitor with one flaw - Recommended, but be aware of what you are getting
9 October 2014
Summary: I bought this monitor directly from BenQ as a replacement for a Samsung monitor/TV that my son took with him to college. At the time (Sep '14) BenQ offered the BL2710 for Three Hundred Ninety Nine ($400) with free ground shipping that took about a week and a half.
Summary: First, the quality of this monitor is exceptional. We bought two, and they are exactly what we needed for our CAD machines. They have a beautiful picture, and are perfect if you have a 2560X1440 or higher resolution video card to drive them. I especially love the stand and set-up.