Summary: Coming from a BenQ GW2750HM, this is a noticeable improvement. The bezel is very slim, making this monitor stunning to look at. The viewing angles are the most noticeable improvement. The backlight is more consistent across the whole screen surface, which makes video games look better, especially in very dark or very bright scenes. There is the same amount or slightly less ghosting while playing fast moving games.
Summary: Much sharper and vivid then the 23" Dell monitor I replaced it with. Very happy with the value versus the price. Using my old Dell monitor as a second monitor in a dual set-up. The Ben-Q is much better.
Summary: I was looking to add a couple of 27" monitors to my work station, but didn't want top spend a lot of money. I searched around and saw multiple good deals on many different brands. This one though, the BenQ 2760HS, is allegedly the latest from BenQ in this series and has the most technology when compared to slightly older models which are still available. The bezel on these monitors is insanely thin and hardly noticeable. The display was perfect right of the box.
Summary: Just upgraded from my Asus VS247H-P - an exceptional ~24" monitor in it's own rights - and right out of the box the GW2760HS puts the old monitor in it's place. Upgrade is the key word here. From what I gather, this is a newer VA panel, which is apparently a slightly more cost effective contender to the IPS panel technology found in more expensive monitors. So basically what we have here is a very low-priced 1080p monitor with PHENOMENAL viewing angles.
Summary: Beautiful display, has a little ghosting if your looking for it, has amazing contrast range, blacks are black, really wish I could afford a 1440 version of this guy. very happy upgrade for me.
Summary: I purchased this monitor off Box.co.uk for £159.99, a bargain at the time (still is imho) and it has been working flawlessly ever since I bought it... The only thing that bothered me were the stock colour/brightness settings which I amended myself by playing around with the on-screen menu- which by the by is very user friendly.
Summary: I was looking for something i could use both xbox and use for pc this is brilliant colours are just right for gaming has a built in speaker for anyone who needs it and i found it really easy to use. I think this is brilliant value for money considering the fact it is a good brand and a good resolution i would defiantly recommend this to anyone looking for a good monitor where this is in their price range.
Summary: I bought this to replace my old Samsung 226BW 22inch monitor. Firstly, let me tell you, 27inches are excellent for desktop usage. This model has flicker-free technology too, which makes it very nice for prolonged use - my eyes don't hurt anymore. Of course I did my own calibration, but that's no big deal - the OSD is easy to use. Additionaly, the price is incredible for a piece of such quality. I still can't believe it's price was so low...