Monitors and Projectors

BenQ GW2270HM review

The BenQ GW2270HM is designed to be the ideal monitor for professionals, with features that keep your eyes healthy even after extended use. That includes a flicker-free backlight and a low blue light mode to ensure your sleep patterns aren’t disrupted. It’s also a good-looking monitor, with a sleek and minimalist design. Let’s take a closer look!

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Zowie XL2430 review: the ultimate 24-inch esports monitor

This Zowie XL2430 monitor may only measure 24 inches, but it’s packed to the brim with BenQ’s* latest gaming features. It also operates at a high refresh rate, 144Hz, making it a good choice for fast-paced games. It’s pricey though, so let’s dig a little deeper, and see how this eSports-focused Zowie monitor measures up against the competition. * Zowie is …

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BenQ EW2775ZH review: jack of all trades

After looking at a compact office monitor from BenQ last week, this week we’re looking at something a little more high-end: the EW2775ZH. This 27-inch monitor boasts an AMVA panel at 1080p resolution, a fancier stand and a host of helpful features. There are low blue light modes, flicker-free operation and something called ‘brightness intelligence technology’. Let’s find out if there’s …

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BenQ BL2205PT review: you clean up well

Today we’re looking at a compact and (relatively) inexpensive professional monitor, the BenQ BL2205PT. It promises great adjustability, a small TN display and a good selection of ports. Let’s take a closer look, and see whether this 21.5-inch monitor is a tiny triumph or a tiny terror.

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ViewSonic VX2776-SMHD review: style & substance

The ViewSonic VX2776 is such a good-looking monitor you’d be surprised to learn it only costs £200. Besides its gorgeous design, it also boasts an IPS panel for good colour accuracy and viewing angles, a sensibly designed on-screen display (OSD) and a nice selection of ports for connecting it up to your machine. Here’s our full review.

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ViewSonic XG2401 review: a legit 144Hz Freesync gaming monitor

I’ve seen ViewSonic monitors since I’ve been a kid, but I didn’t know that they made gaming monitors until I was asked to take a look at the XG2401. This monitor seems to hit all the boxes for a 24-inch gaming monitor these days: 1080p resolution, 144Hz, and some kind of adaptive sync support (in this case, AMD’s FreeSync). Let’s put …

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BenQ RL2460HT review: a console gamer’s dream

Today we’re looking at the BenQ RL2460HT, a gaming monitor designed for console gamers that want something smaller and more portable than the average 40-inch HDTV. It boasts a Fighting mode designed by Street Fighter legend Justin Wong, and an HDMI output for streaming without input lag. We liked the earlier RL2755HT, so how does the newcomer compare?

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Acer XB270HU review: 1440p + 144Hz + IPS + G-Sync = win

On paper, the Acer XB270HU is gold. It’s an IPS display running at 1440p resolution and 144Hz refresh rate, and even comes with G-Sync support. If you’re looking for a gaming monitor and 4K seems like overkill, then the XB270HU has the spec sheet you really want. IPS for colour accuracy and viewing angles; 1440p for good visuals without the performance …

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