BenQ Ew2780 27 Inch(68.58Cm) Entertainment And Gaming Lcd Monitor Hdr, 1920 x 1080 Pixels, Ips, Edge To Edge Slim Bezel, Freesync 75Hz, Brightness…

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  • 27 inch 1080P CLARITY: Full HD 1920×1080 IPS panel for wide viewing with 250 nits of brightness, Refresh Rate (Hz): 75
  • HDRi: Intelligent clarity adjustment and brightness control plus emulated HDR make every image stunning and clear
  • BUILT-IN SPEAKERS : True tone from 2.5 W speakers with mid-rage to high end sounds to elevate your audiovisual experience
  • MULTI-CONNECTIVITY: 3 HDMI 2.0 ports offer convenience to switch between media devices with ease
  • EYE-CARE TECHNOLOGY: Offers long-awaited comfort to your eyes with low blue light, flicker-free and ePaper, and eye reminder features
  • BEZEL-LESS DESIGN: Minimize distractions and create virtually seamless multi-panel configurations for extended view
  • Windows Compatible; TCO Certified; TUV Rheinland Certified; Country of Origin: China

Specification: BenQ Ew2780 27 Inch(68.58Cm) Entertainment And Gaming Lcd Monitor Hdr, 1920 x 1080 Pixels, Ips, Edge To Edge Slim Bezel, Freesync 75Hz, Brightness…

Brand

Manufacturer

Model

Product Dimensions

‎17.99 x 23.98 x 7.32 cm, 4.4 Kilograms

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required.

Item model number

‎EW2780

Hardware Interface

‎HDMI

Response Time

‎5 Milliseconds

Resolution

‎1920 x 1080 (Full HD)

Special Features

‎Built-in Speakers, Edge to Edge, Blue Light Filter, Tilt Adjustment, Thin Bezel, Flicker-Free

Mounting Hardware

‎Monitor, 1.5m Power Cable, HDMI Cable, CD/QSG

Number Of Items

‎1

Standing screen display size

‎27 Inches

Display Type

‎LED

Image Aspect Ratio

‎16:9

Image Brightness

‎250 cd, m²

Aspect Ratio

‎16:9

Horizontal Resolution

‎1920 Pixels

Max Vertical Resolution

‎1080 Pixels

Voltage

‎240 Volts

Batteries Included

‎No

Batteries Required

‎No

Refresh Rate

‎75 Hz

Connector Type

‎HDMI

Real Angle Of View

‎178 Degrees

Supports Bluetooth Technology

‎No

Country of Origin

‎China

Imported By

‎BenQ India Pvt Ltd Building No 9B,3rd Floor, DLF Cyber City, DLF Phase-III,Gurgaon-122002,Haryana

Item Weight

‎4 kg 400 g

13 reviews for BenQ Ew2780 27 Inch(68.58Cm) Entertainment And Gaming Lcd Monitor Hdr, 1920 x 1080 Pixels, Ips, Edge To Edge Slim Bezel, Freesync 75Hz, Brightness…

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  1. Brendan

    I bought this to replace and old Asus 24 inch ips panel, straight away i could see how much brighter and more vibrant this was. I mainly use this for the PS4 and Mac mini and i am very happy with the quality. The panel is very responsive for games and the HDR is somewhat decent but as always its game specific, i had good results in Modern Warfare as you can adjust white/black point gamma ect.. i now find it easier to see others in dark maps.

    I also want to mention that the 1080p supersampling on PS4 is crisp and one of the reasons why i decided against a 4k panel as its a minefield finding one that suited all my needs (Photoshop editing) without upscaling text blur ect..

    I paid £170 for this and i very happy with it on my desktop vesa mount. I have included some pictures of the PS4 with HDR on but i feel its better to see in person. i hope this helps.

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  2. Sakthipriya

    Worth ly product

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  3. az108

    Good Design,stylish..nice quality
    Not satisfied when turn on the dedicated HDR button..

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  4. David

    The build and finish of this monitor is great and definitely looks good, the screen quality is 1080p so there are better monitors out there if you want to spend more money, I have noticed when using this paired to my MacBook the picture quality can look a little fuzzy around the edges of icons, also the HDRi and low blue light does work well, the 27” has tiny bezels as you will notice in the pictures, the viewing angel is also really good due to the IPS panel.
    Overall would definitely purchase again, and I’m really happy with it so far.

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  5. Chaitanya Maili

    Good monitor at affordable price not having eyes strain can work long hours

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  6. Amit

    This is my first impressions/weeks take on the BenQ EW2780 monitor.

    I am currently using a Dell S2240L that I purchased in 2013.
    The Dell monitor has given me stellar service and I have zero complaints…except that it’s a 22″ monitor, which over the years was getting a little cramped.
    My Dell monitor has a glossy screen, so picture/color reproduction is absolutely top notch.(way better than some other matte screen monitors that I have seen.)

    So the main reason for the upgrade was to get more screen area to use.
    Upgrading from a 22″ to a 24″ monitor seemed like a minor incremental upgrade at best, while upgrading to a 27″ monitor is a major upgrade (in terms of usable area).
    The only issue with a 27″ monitor “seemed” to be the drop in pixel density from 103(for a 22″) to 82(for a 27″), and the resulting loss in clarity/sharpness on texts and pictures.

    I did physically check out a few 27″ monitors in showrooms (big ones like Croma or other big shops will not have any 27″ monitors on display, so I checked out some smaller ones in my neighborhood.)
    At least for me, I hardly saw any major degradation in the clarity/sharpness on texts and pictures from around 2 feet distance, so I knew that going in for a 27″ made sense.

    I use monitor for general purpose…..word,excel,web surfing,movies and games.
    I don’t care for high refresh rates and faster response times as I play SP games, so 60 hz was more than enough for me.(the EW2780 tops out at 75 Hz.)

    So I needed a 27″ 1080p (60hz) monitor.(Was looking for a glossy monitor but couldn’t get any. I think no one makes glossy monitors now a days.)

    Initially I did look at a few monitors from Dell,HP,Philips and BenQ.
    HP 27f/27fw/27er are very sleek but are also a good 3k more than comparable Dell and BenQ.
    The Philips 276E9QJAB is around 3k cheaper but looked a bit cheap in build quality…and has very few reviews on the net.
    Dell SE2719HR also seemed good (though the panel quality of the SE series is a tad lower than the regular S series from Dell), but its the same price as the BenQ EW2780 which has the additional HDRi feature.
    The BenQ GW2780 is a good 3k cheaper than the EW2780 but also doesn’t have the HDRi feature.
    Other reviews for the BenQ EW2780 on the net seemed good so I decided to order this one.

    First impressions after assembly were very good. The monitor looks minimalist and very premium with a solid well designed metal base.
    It’s almost bezel less and looks beautiful. (but this is the norm now for all monitors.)

    I did compare it’s picture/text quality against the Dell, and am very pleased with the results.
    The picture quality matches and even surpasses in quite a few instances.
    Even the text is crisp and clear. (For people with a very good eyesight, maybe this might be an issue, but it certainly wasn’t for me.)
    For me personally the HDRi (simulated HDR) was a hit and miss, as I was able to see a good amount of contrast in certain games with it switched on, while it was a bit too dark in others.

    I tested Metro Exodus, Dishonored 2, Styx for HDR, as these games have a lot of dark and lit areas next to each other.
    The HDR works fairly well in Exodus and Dishonored 2, as the dark areas were suitably darkened without going overboard and the overall experience was very good.
    For Styx, the HDR made things a bit too dark for my taste and I preferred to keep it on Cinema HDRi or just switch it off.
    I tested Ori & the Will of the Wisps for color pop and vibrancy, which was on point and everything looked absolutely beautiful.

    Generally speaking, Cinema HDRi makes the scenes more vibrant, while HDR darkens the dark areas and provides a deeper contrast.

    The OSD controls are fairly comprehensive.
    Didn’t test the inbuilt speakers as I have separate ones.

    There seems to be minor back light bleed on the left corner but its not too distracting.

    Imo the upgrade was totally worth it.
    The large screen fills your vision and I cant believe why I didn’t think of moving to 27″ earlier.
    The 27″ 1080p screens give a very pleasant experience (for both pictures and text), as long as you are not into professional graphics designing and editing, and are at least around 1.5/2 feet away from the monitor.
    For regular day to day office use, net surfing, movies and SP gaming, it suits my needs perfectly.

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  7. Kalpesh Chhatrala

    I had call so many times to customer care to replace or repair my monitor but BENQ Customer not supporting. BENQ not providing proper after sale service.

    After so many days follow up with Support, finally I received my replacement monitor on 15th June 2022 at 4pm.

    thanks

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  8. Mr. Dale Harper

    Bought this for a second/lesser quality display to my main one but it really does excel more than i thought it would.

    It is slim, high quality and the picture is very smooth.

    I cannot review the stand as I have it on a VESA mount, but I can say the VESA instalation was very easy. I did however wish I found out the sizings as it is around 2″ lower than my main set up but that is my own fault and does not effect use too much as you can align where your pc detects the screen for smooth cursor movement.

    I am using the display horizontally but have used it previously vertcial which looked beautiful. I have it wired HDMI to my PC and HDMI to my Nintendo switch. Very easy to use the controls of the screen and swap between the the HDMI source.

    Another bonus is the speakers. Not trhe highest of quality but when you are paying for the monitor, the speakers are a nice bonus these days as many don’t have them wired in. Perfect for when I use my PC on main monitor and have something else on the second monitor.

    Very happy with this monitor and would recommend buying.

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  9. Kindle Customer

    Using mainly for WFH. Bought it because it has triple HDMI. Hooked in laptop, Mac Mini and Google Chromecast. Picture quality is better with Mac Mini but not so impressive with laptop due to visible pixelation also resolution keeps fluctuating. Inbuilt speakers are loud enough for small room. HDR is just a gimmick. Eye care helps. Will have to see how it performs in longer run. Overall satisfied.

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  10. geminiman

    Good image quality, further enhanced by the non-reflective screen. Although I’m not using it for demanding games, as I don’t have a graphics card, the simple games I play look sharp and the sound quality from the built-in speakers is better than I had expected. The monitor has three HDMI ports on the back, which is great for connecting multiple devices, but I would have liked one or more USB ports for connecting Firesticks and the similar devices.

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  11. Parker

    How many monitors do we get through? Enough to make us experts? For a quarter of a century I’ve been buying the best affordable monitor I’ve been able to determine which has involved, practically-speaking, half-a-dozen educated guesses. Whether that means with each monitor I’m getting better at it, may be valid, but it seems to me that manufacturer’s product quality varies across the years, so what was brilliant a decade ago may be mediocre today, which illustrates the pitfall of brand loyalty.
    My sister gave me a relatively-recent 2nd hand BenQ. On the basis of that, when I decided to get a 2nd monitor – this one – I gravitated towards another BenQ. When her AOC failed and she asked me for a recommendation, I said ‘BenQ’.

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  12. Amazon Customer

    Picture quality is very good..No screen bleeding at all. No pixelation in 27 inches with 1920X1080 version…But its stand is not height adjustable which is a very bad thing for ergonomics.

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  13. Sunand

    I did not like the fact that 8K videos are not playing on this monitor while 4K videos are playing super smooth!

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