Tuesday, March 19th 2013

BenQ GW2760HS 27-inch Monitor Available in April

BenQ GW2760HS, which was announced last December, will be finally available in April. The 27-inch monitor will be sold through various retail outlets, bearing a price-tag of roughly €269. It packs extremely slim bezels, thanks in-part to the A-MVA LCD panel with white-LED illumination. The panel offers 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution in an era of 5-inch smartphones offering the same, 4 ms GTG response time, 3,000:1 static contrast ratio, dynamic mega-contrast, 178°/178° (H/V) viewing angles, and display inputs that include DVI, D-Sub, and HDMI. The monitor tucks in 1W stereo speakers, which takes input from a standard 3.5 mm-jack, audio from this jack and HDMI are relayed out through another 3.5 mm one.

Source: Hardware.info
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27 Comments on BenQ GW2760HS 27-inch Monitor Available in April

#1
tokyoduong
by: Prima.Vera
Yeah. No need for radiator during winters also. ;)
Plasma no longer produce that much heat. In fact, my new 55 in plasma pull about as much power as my old 46" LCD.
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The Jedi
Loving my new Asus 25 inch monitor at 1080p, 'cept for the TN panel viewing angles. I used a 26 inch LCD TV for years and I felt the 26 inch screen was a tad too big. I don't think I'd appreciate a 30 inch LCD. I looked at the BenQs but the PCmonitors.info review looked like it had ghosting. My whole deal now is getting used to using the web with 1080p.

Microsoft needs to get their DPI scaling stuff together, more like Apple. Maybe Windows 9.
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