Excerpt: Spare a thought for the BenQ V2410T. Until recently, it was an extremely attractive 24-inch monitor. Not only does it sport a Full HD 1,920 x 1,080 pixel grid, but also packs an LED backlight and a fully adjustable stand. Not bad for around £160.
Excerpt: If you're looking for something a little more "flexible" than your average LCD screen, you'll find a fairly limited selection of displays that offer height, tilt and swivel adjustment that are complemented by decent performance and a reasonable price. Benq's V2410T ticks all of these boxes and while it stops short of delivering on all fronts, there's still plenty to like about its latest 24-inch LCD.
Pros: Stable, flexible stand, decent performance, effective presets, good value
Cons: Inherently basic in terms of connectivity and extra features
Conclusion: Cost wise, the 24-inch V2410 is arguably a shade cheaper than 1080p LED-backlit panels floating around in the same class. Strangely enough, BenQ has managed to yank the V2410's retail price down to S$399 in a matter of months since the V2400's release (the V2400 was going for S$599). While we don't have any major gripes In the design department, perhaps BenQ could take a page from our books and engineer their future models with an adjustable height option.
Conclusion: Der BenQ V2410 kann in allen Belangen überzeugen, sowohl die Größe des Displays als auch die sonstige technische Ausstattung sprechen für sich und hinterlassen einen sehr guten Eindruck. Zudem kann der BenQ V2410 durch seine stromsparende LED-Technik noch einen weiteren Pluspunkt sammeln.
Pros: großes Display, Full HD Auflösung, gute Reaktionszeit, sehr hoher Kontrast, LED Technik, HDMI Anschluss, stromsparend