Summary: for less then 250$ this is a great screen the image is clear after some tweaking and the blue light reduction option is interesting. On the dark side the menu of the screen are not easy to use their is no button on the screen so your not sure if you have press or not.
Pros: Super slim bezel, with some tweek nice image quality, excellent quality/price
Summary: I expected this device to have digital (DVI) inputs. Instead, it has only HD15 inputs. BenQ apparently provides no customer service and Amazon has no clue whether there is way to make it work. If you expect this to work with a DVI card, forget it!
Summary: Great overall design. Fantastic picture for gaming (I tried with Xbox) and screen mirroring (from Macbook Pro). The zero flicker technology is wonderful but the blue light is not really useful unless you REALLY read a lot on this monitor. It is hard to do quick changes in the settings. A little pricy, but for person who has the use for it, worth every penny!
Summary: This new "eyecare" line of monitors from BenQ are a godsend for people with eyestrain and headache issues from viewing computer monitors. My employer graciously got me 2 of this particular model as soon as I found out about them. I have suffered from migraines for over 20 years, but 2 years ago I started getting them almost every day I came into work.
Summary: Nice monitor, I'm glad I got it. Pros: flicker free LED even at low brightness smooth brightness adjustment with a wide range lightweight low power usage comes with an HDMI to mini-hdmi cable for phones (but not a real HDMI cable, you still need to buy that separate if you plan on needing one) and the usual VGA cable of course Cons: all the plugs point straight out the back, instead of hanging down. Check the pictures, it's easy to notice, but still annoying.