Product Comparison: BenQ GW2765HT vs BenQ PD2700Q
- It's seems to have a very good response time, no apparent ghosting when gaming.
- The resolution is, in my opinion, perfect for this size.
- This monitor is beautiful. It looks fantastic, and finally going to 1440p has been so worth it. Everything is crisp as hell.
- Great text quality, if you are coding or reading books with eye strain. You don't need any screen filter.
- Solid monitor. Beautiful colors, though it does come a little warm.
- Fantastic colours and viewing angles and very little backlight bleed along the edges.
- It has great colors and viewing angles.
- Great image quality is destroyed by IPS glow.
- It's a good monitor for the price. Picture quality is excellent.
- The viewing angle really is as good as they say - I can be off to the side of the screen and still see things quite clearly without having to strain my eyes.
- Build quality is fantastic and there is absolutely no screen wobble when typing and gaming on a mechanical keyboard placed inches away from it.
- The stand is solid. The adjustment options are tilt, swivel and height adjust, a must-have for any half decent monitor in this price range.
- This is a great monitor! I've been using it as a tv and for photo editing.
- The screen interface is intuitive, and it supports a low blue light mode for reading, and it has all the inputs you'd need.
- The controls on the GW2765HT are actual buttons, making it easier to feel for them.
- I run audio through this monitor to a little 2.1 speaker setup via HDMI/Displayport inputs and it works fine with no audio quality issues.
- I use a DisplayPort cable to connect it to my computer and it performs beautifully.
- Great monitor. So far no issues or complaints. Not using it for gaming. Connected to iMac 27" w/retina and after calibrating colors looks very similar.
- Full array of inputs. HDMI works for 1440p!
- Connectivity options are great (VGA, Display Port, HDMI and DVI-D).