Product Comparison: BenQ PD2710QC vs BenQ PD2700Q
- Resolution is as advertised at 2560 X 1440 and it works with the Mac out of the box.
- 4k videos on the monitor look absolutely amazing!
- 5ms response time make this monitor pretty nice for games.
- 2640 x 1440 resolution is more than adequate for most desktop applications.
- Serious gamers may want a monitor with a higher refresh rate.
- The screen image is very sharp and vibrant. Very high quality.
- Pretty awesome monitor, great quality, like that it's mat, it's easy on the eyes.
- The non-glare, flicker-free, mat screen is easy on the eyes without sacrificing clarity or contrast.
- 1000:1 contrast ratio and 5ms response time is pretty good for games.
- Super bright and great picture. Also it's pretty easy to install.
- This monitor is just absolutely beautiful! The setup took less than 10 minutes for the exception of organizing my wires in the end.
- It has built-in speakers that while not much better than most monitors, makes listening to music or watching videos enjoyable and convenient.
- The docking station really expands my laptop's functionality.
- Very good build quality. The exterior housing and stand feel very solid.
- The built in speakers lack of easy volume control.
- Only one of the laptops (a Lenovo) has a type-C connector. With that the one connection provides power, display, keyboard, and mouse.
- HDMI input, provides great video, but requires that I connect power and USB separately.
- The monitor has lot of ports and switches between the sources automatically, so it's still pretty easy going between the different computers.
- I don't like the way the USB C cable connects to the dock. It feels like the port is too tight and the cable doesn't really push in securely.
- The ethernet port on the base worked initially, then worked off and on and finally didn't work at all.