- 1920 x 1080 1ms (GTG)
- 12,000,000:1 (1000:1)
- D-sub / DVI-DL(Dual Link) / HDMI x 2 / DP 1.2 / Headphone Jack
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Pretty good but not perfect 12/25/2013
-extremely adjustable stand, twist, raise, etc
-Smoothest motion I have ever seen. I have an asus vg278h 120hz monitor, and I thought that was smooth, but this benq blows it away in terms of smoothness. Just WOW.
-no dead pixels.
-Pretty cool touch panel.
Now for the cons:
-The panel adjustment is hard to navigate around. I still haven't figured out how to adjust hue and saturation, those options are greyed out, and I've looked online and in the manual and nobody can figure it out. I've changed profiles too.
-Related to the above, the color is too saturated. But several of the auto profiles seem to tone it down so I can live with it if I don't think about it too much.
-The blacks are not black enough. Black level adjustment, contrast, etc doesn't fix it. In dark scenes it is gray and that just annoys the hell out of me.
I'd think twice before ordering from newegg though, because the packaging is non-existant. Literally. They just slap a shipping label on the manufacture package, (which has a big fat picture of whats inside) and send it on its merry way. It's just shouting "Hey guys! Guys! Steal me!"
Overall there are some problems with the colors but I'm sure it just takes some getting used to. The blacks might take a while though. I mainly got it for the smooth 144hz and yes, it works as advertised. For the low price of $300, I do not regret this purchase, that much.
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