BenQ EX3203R

Screen size: 31.5 - inch | Aspect ratio: 16:9 | Resolution: 2560 x 1440 x | Brightness: 400 cd/m2 | Refresh rate: 144 Hz | Response time: 4 ms | Viewing angle: 178° | Contrast ratio: 3000:1 | Color support: 16.7 million colors

BenQ EX3203R is one of the best BenQ gaming monitors with excellent features: a resolution of 1440p (QHD), a screen refresh rate of 144 Hz, a response time of 4ms, a diagonal of 32"", and compatibility with USB-C. But some ergonomic flaws can affect the model’s appeal.

BenQ EX3203R has a number of advantages over competitors: Low Blue Light technology, Brightness Intelligence technology, Flicker-Free technology, HDR mode, AMD FreeSync 2, and Smart Focus.

Flicker-Free technology, which decreases or even eliminates screen flicker, is an essential one. Thanks to it, eye fatigue is reduced, and headaches, that occur due to long hours in front of a monitor, will also go away.

Numerous studies have shown that the monitor’s blue lights harm eyes, causing macular degeneration, as well as troubles with sleep. Offering Low Blue Light technology to its users, BenQ takes care of their health.

BenQ GW2480

Screen size: 24 - inch | Aspect ratio: 16:9 | Resolution: 1920 x 1080 px | Brightness: 250 cd/m2 | Refresh rate: 60 Hz | Response time: 5 ms | Viewing angle: 178° | Contrast ratio: 1000:1 | Color support: 16.7 million colors

GW2480 is a cheap BenQ monitor with a diagonal of 24 inches and a resolution of 1080p.

Thanks to Brightness Intelligence Technology, you can see shaded areas while avoiding overexposure in bright scenes. BenQ GW2480 has a contrast ratio of 1000: 1 and a refresh rate of 60 Hz.

This BenQ monitor covers the basic sRGB color gamut and supports 8-bit color through anti-aliasing (6-bit + 2-bit FRC).

Besides, BenQ GW2480 has a backlight without flicker, and an in-built filter that protects your eyes from harmful blue lights. You may choose one of the four low blue light settings.

High image quality, unique features and an affordable price that make this monitor very attractive and a perfect budget variant for the office. It can also be considered a suitable option for the multi-monitor setup, with its slim bezels and DisplayPort.


Screen size: 27 - inch | Aspect ratio: 16:9 | Resolution: 1920 x 1080 px | Brightness: 320 cd/m2 | Refresh rate: 240 Hz | Response time: 1 ms | Viewing angle: 170°/160° | Contrast ratio: 1000:1 | Color support: 16.7 million colors

BenQ Zowie XL2740 is a 27-inch gaming monitor that displays animation seamlessly. With a powerful graphics card, this screen will produce up to 240 frames per second. Therefore, the fans of Call of Duty and other fast shooters will appreciate it.

If you need to increase the contrast in order to have the enemy always in sight, you can use the black equalizer. Using the S-Switch (included), you will control the monitor menu to save personal settings for different games. You can rush at full speed in your game, especially if you "protect" yourself from the surrounding distractions by connecting the hoods.

BenQ SW271

Screen size: 27 - inch | Aspect ratio: 16:9 | Resolution: 3840 x 2160 px | Brightness: 347 cd/m2 | Refresh rate: 60 Hz | Response time: 5 ms | Viewing angle: 178° | Contrast ratio: 1000:1 | Color support: 1.07 billion colors

If your budget is about $1,000 and you need a monitor for editing photos, consider this BenQ monitor. SW271 offers a wider Adobe RGB color gamut coverage, amazing sharpness, and color precision. Also, it supports HDR and 4K UHD.

You can effortlessly rotate the display to the desired position (landscape or portrait) at a convenient height. There is a special easily adjustable stand for this. Also, the screen configuration provides routes for the cables along with the ability to connect Hotkey Puck / remote control to the panel's back via MiniUSB.

BenQ SW271 does not have extreme IPS glow. The backlight is fine as well. Even though this monitor is a godsend mostly for photo editing, it is also great for playing games occasionally, as it has an input lag of about 20 ms.

With a fast response time (5 ms), you get an accurate image without ghosting of fast-changing objects and without unnecessary trailing.

BenQ PD2710QC DesignVue

Screen size: 27 - inch | Aspect ratio: 16:9 | Resolution: 2560 x 1440 px | Brightness: 350 cd/m2 | Refresh rate: 76 Hz | Response time: 5 ms | Viewing angle: 178° | Contrast ratio: 1000:1 | Color support: 16.7 million colors

Once you see the specifications of the 27-inch BenQ PD2710QC, such as 16: 9 QHD resolution of 2560 x 1440, you will realize that in comparison with standard resolution, it has 4 times more pixels. Besides, this model boasts a quick 5 ms response time and a 60 Hz screen refresh rate.

Together with perfect pixel density, you get superb clarity and rich colors. You will be no less pleased with the design. Edges without bezels and a silver-black cabinet look great. You can adjust the height, pivot, and angle the monitor using its wedge-shaped base and a mounting bracket with a sliding hinge.

There is a power jack and a power switch, a USB-C port, two USB 3.0 downstream ports, a DisplayPort input, an RJ45 LAN port. On the right side of the base, there are two extra USB 3.0 downstream ports, as well as a headphone jack.