BenQ GW2760HS Monitor

Monitors and Projectors, Reviews

Physical Features

Monitors have fairly straight-forward physical features, so let’s move through this quickly. The first overall impression you get of the monitor is that it is dramatically thin – much more so than the admittedly higher grade Crossover 27Q. The bezel is similarly skinny, making this a good choice for multi-monitor setups.

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On the back, we’ve got the standard arrangement of inputs and power. The array of inputs is actually quite impressive – we’ve got HDMI, DVI and VGA all accounted for. The only option missed is DisplayPort, but that’s quite understandable given the pricepoint.

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The stand is fairly tame in its design, slotting nicely into the back of the monitor for a nice toolless install. The stand offers about 20 degrees of tilt flexibility, which is fairly small but not enough to complain about too vociferously. The monitor does come with a VESA mounting, so if you found the stand limiting it could easily be swapped for a desk mount, for example.

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We conclude our tour by looking at the buttons. These are quite well designed, with a very obvious segmented feel that make controlling the OSD quite simple. The buttons actuate with a noticeable click, which is again quite welcome.

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And that’s about it for physical features, so let’s on to the fun part: testing!

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Last modified: February 7, 2018

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