Summary: The BENQ monitor is a great thing. It's size (24inch) is such a shock to normal monitor users it leaves you just staring at it. It was very easy to set-up and came with a helpful instruction and Abode CD (again easy to install). The internal speakers and quite loud which is another plesant surprise. Connects easily to your PC via a HDMI cable (not sure about old PC cabling). The screen is crystal clear and smooth flowing when seeing movies. Its price is very competitive.
Summary: The problem with this product is not the price as it's quite cheap. The quality is not bad either as watching movies on it is not as bad as one would expect -for the price. But the sound output is abysmal to say the least and in economy mode the picture quality suffers. When changing from light to dark pictures, it seems to automatically change the back lighting to sort of increase the contrast and decrease the use of power or some such nonsense.
Summary: The product has very good picture quality the sound is also fine but this monitor comes with a German power cable. I live in England I will have to spend at least ten more pounds to buy a new one it just does not justify the price of this product when I could of just bought a different monitor
BenQ G2450HM 24 inch Widescreen LCD Multimedia Monitor (1920x1080, 2ms, DVI-D, VGA, HDMI, Headphone Jack, Senseye Human Vision T
9 August 2012
Summary: The BenQ G2450HM 24 inch Widescreen LCD Multimedia Monitor (1920x1080, 2ms, DVI-D, VGA, HDMI, Headphone Jack, Senseye Human Vision Technology, Windows 7 Compatible) works well although i seem to have a problem with the HDMI conection it fitss but and i have a good enough graphics card but my screen goes blank and I have problems with my PC afterwards. useing VGA i get all the graphics i need so I am happy with the product. the problem may be somthink with my PC.
Summary: Firstly, for £120 for a 24" monitor that is HD, has DVI-D, HDMI connections, 2ms response time, speakers and a headphone socket is great. The display, for the money, is more than acceptable using a PC (Win 7) and a PS3 with it. Blu-ray playback is very good, with minimal blurring of action sequences and crisp defined edges that put many more expensive models to shame.
Summary: I got the screen and the initial impression was good. It felt like very much screen for little money. And it sure was. When I turned it on, I noticed that it had one dead pixel (not stuck, a dead one). Benq's policies about this are really bad. Don't expect to have any right to change to a new screen or anything if the one you get has a dead pixel. (NOTE: I didn't buy this from amazon.co.uk, so I'm not blaming them in any way!).
Summary: OK so I've purchased two of these monitors now, one for my son (for Xbox gaming) and he was so delighted with it (so was I) that I bought one for myself for general PC work. But I can't seem to find the screws that fix the monitor to the stand with either of them! where are they hiding them in the packaging???