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Benq BL2710 PC Monitor

27" 1000:1 LED Jan 2014
Display Diagonal Contrast Ratio (dynamic) Display 3D Release Date $85.67 Electricity cost over 5 years
Benq PC monitors have excellent reviews
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Reviews

Benq PC Monitors Have Excellent Reviews

Medium monitors manufactured by Benq have excellent ratings on average compared to other manufacturers. We also checked the reviews for all flatpanel monitors (not just medium monitors) and found that Benq also has excellent ratings across its entire range.


Design

Strong and Durable

Four Benq BL2710 reviewers wrote in their reviews that this PC monitor was strong and durable.

Markoppenheim said two years ago “The stand is sturdy, has a reasonably small footprint which mainly sits behind the screen”. Jonnyfez wrote on Amazon.co.uk “It was very well packaged with a very sturdy, quality stand which is massively adjustable”. Haseeb said “Cable management hole on the stand makes thing easy to tidy, monitor is sturdy, rotates 90 degrees to pivot” and rated it 6 stars.

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Good Quality

Thirty-one Benq BL2710 reviewers concluded that the product was good quality. Gadgetspeak.com wrote “High quality images”.

Xsreviews.co.uk said three years ago “The BenQ BL2710PT is an excellent 27″ 1440p monitor that boasts a high quality display with excellent viewing angles” and gave the product a score of 8 stars. Mr D gave it a rating of 6 stars and he wrote “Very nice display quality” in his review of this PC monitor.

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Comfortable and Easy to Hold

Five customers who reviewed it considered that it was comfortable and easy to hold.

Morgan said in his Benq BL2710 review on Amazon.co.uk “I did not bother about downloading any particular colour profile and I only reduced the brightness setting from a searing 100% as it arrived to a more comfortable 30%”. Whippy mentioned on Amazon.co.uk “What ever happened to brightness dials? No need to press several buttons, just turn a dial till things are comfy” in their review of this PC monitor. Rev John mentioned on Amazon.co.uk two years ago “I have sensitive eyes and like the brightness and contrast set low, even on the lowest settings this monitor is too bright for me to use comfortable for long” in their review of the Benq BL2710.

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Well Made

Twenty-two Benq BL2710 reviewers who purchased it reckoned that it was well made. Gadgetspeak.com mentioned three years ago “Good workmanship”.

Mark Wilson said “Very well built as well, very useful USB3 hub built in with ports at the side” . Markoppenheim said in their review of the Benq BL2710 on Amazon.co.uk “I believe Macs have manual screen rotation control built in”.

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Easy to Use the Menus

Four Benq BL2710 reviewers who purchased the product concluded that it was easy to use the menus.

Qt said last year “The default setting in the custom menu was almost spot on accurate - calibration barely made any visible difference” . Adrian mentioned two years ago “AMD Fury X or 980 Ti is likely the minimum, consider going 2 of these cards or more if you want to run max detail settings on modern games at 60fps” in his Benq BL2710 review and gave it a score of 7 stars. Geoffrey Foale mentioned in his Benq BL2710 review “The default settings may be fine for people who want to play games with high brightness”.

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Good Looking

Ten customers who bought the Benq BL2710 thought it was good looking.

Morgan mentioned on Amazon.co.uk three years ago “The screen itself is beautiful to view”. John Williams wrote in his review of this PC monitor on Amazon.co.uk “They are surpringly good, I live alone, with a dog, so it's pretty quiet here.”. Two years ago Vfrmark said on Amazon.co.uk “This happens once every 5 months and since picture is so good still pretty happy” in their review of this PC monitor.

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Easy to Use

Seventeen Benq BL2710 owners wrote in their reviews that it was easy to use. Gadgetspeak.com mentioned in their Benq BL2710 review “Front touch buttons make for an easy to use OSD” .

Three years ago Mr Gary Stronach said on Amazon.co.uk “The stand twist for orientation is a good idea and the easy to use buttons on the monitor work well” in his review of the Benq BL2710 and gave the Benq BL2710 a rating of 8 stars. Also three years ago Morgan scored this PC monitor 7 stars and he wrote on Amazon.co.uk “The on-screen controls are a joy to use and are not confusing in the least”.

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Good Experience

Three customers wrote in their reviews that it had a good experience.

Morgan mentioned “Whether I got lucky or not I can only be more than happy with my experience”. Adrian mentioned “The experience is certainly playable”. Last year Amazon Customer gave the Benq BL2710 a rating of 7 stars and mentioned in their Benq BL2710 review “The colours certainly do pop and it's a great experience after only owning a TN panel in the past”.

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Smooth

Two customers who purchased it said that it was smooth.

Nikos scored this PC monitor 6 stars and mentioned on Amazon.co.uk “Small enough to allow for smooth text and graphics, yet large enough to offer 32 inches worth of working space (diagonal”.

Easy to Setup

One customer who reviewed the Benq BL2710 considered that it was easy to setup.

David Gee said on Amazon.co.uk “Brilliant picture and verey easy to set up - reducing brightness was only adjustment needed”.

Easy to Assemble

Three customers mentioned in their reviews that the product was easy to assemble.

Mosta67 mentioned three years ago “The monitor stand is solid, easy to assemble (twist and lock)” in their review of the Benq BL2710. Nd said on Amazon.co.uk “I'm not 100% sure on this, is it an issue with the actual panel? It's shame because I thought it looked really good with regards to build quality” in their review of the Benq BL2710.

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Well Designed

Two Benq BL2710 owners who purchased the product concluded that it was well designed.

Richard mentioned on Amazon.co.uk “With the ability to swivel the monitor into portrait mode it makes a great monitor for design work and there is plenty of adjustment for height” in his Benq BL2710 review. Two years ago Andy rated it 7 stars and he wrote “Great design too and very easy to assemble, fully moveable screen means it is so simple to get into the desired viewing position” in his review of this PC monitor.

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Easy to Handle

One Benq BL2710 reviewer who reviewed it wrote that it was easy to handle.

M. Yip said in April last year “I found the eco sensor an very good idea, in handling wasted electricity”.

Touch Sensitive Screen

One Benq BL2710 owner who purchased this PC monitor considered that it had a touch sensitive screen.

Ben Michie said on Amazon.co.uk “The touch-sensitive buttons are nice too” in his review of this PC monitor.

Ergonomic

Two Benq BL2710 owners who bought this PC monitor concluded that it was ergonomic. Gadgetspeak.com said “Very ergonomic stand with the rich possibilities of adjustment” .

Two years ago Kourouyiannis Fivos said in their review of this PC monitor “It's a 24- inch high quality screen with an IPS panel and ergonomic features”.

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Good Colour Saturation

Twenty Benq BL2710 owners who purchased the product concluded that it had good colour saturation.

Kyle Morley said “For me, certain bright colours with a constant speed (e.g on scrolling) with additional content” in his Benq BL2710 review. Uma1r said on Amazon.co.uk “Colours are superb”. Whippy wrote on Amazon.co.uk “Colours are generally perfectly fine for all” in their review of this PC monitor.

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Good Picture Quality

Thirteen Benq BL2710 reviewers considered that it had good picture quality.

Mosta67 mentioned on Amazon.co.uk “When the DVI input refused to work properly with more modern graphics cards and laptops” in their review of this PC monitor. Lamixer scored the product 7 stars and wrote in their Benq BL2710 review “I find the image quality as good or better than my old Apple monitor”. Zaroff wrote “On paper everything looks good - perfect size, perfect resolution for that size, great stand, etc - in practice, however, as good as the picture quality is”.

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Wide Viewing Angle

Two Benq BL2710 reviewers mentioned in their reviews that the product had a wide viewing angle.

Markoppenheim said in their Benq BL2710 review two years ago “They also seem to have a really good viewing angle” and rated it 9 stars. Morgan wrote “I have not noticed any lag issues when playing "faster" type of games and the viewing angle etc have been great”.

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Clear Images

Three Benq BL2710 owners considered that it had clear images.

Kt gave it a score of 8 stars and wrote on Amazon.co.uk “Amazing clarity”. Three years ago E B wrote on Amazon.co.uk “It has good colour and clarity so also good for photographs”. Adrian mentioned on Amazon.co.uk “Amazing image clarity as you'd expect from 3840x2160” in his Benq BL2710 review.

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Sharp Image

Two people thought it had a sharp image.

Jonnyfez said in their review of the Benq BL2710 two years ago “The picture is excellent in comparison to the much bigger 4K TVs you see running demos I think it's pretty much as good on sharpness and clarity” and gave it a rating of 7 stars.

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Image Ghosting

Two customers said in their reviews that the Benq BL2710 had image ghosting.

Nd gave it a score of 5 stars and wrote on Amazon.co.uk “I have done a few tests, no dead pixels, slight back light bleed on the left hand side of the screen, can't seem to notice any ghosting issues” in their review of the Benq BL2710. Richard gave it a rating of 8 stars and he said “Movies and games look superb with no ghosting” in his review of the Benq BL2710.

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Flickering Image

Twelve people who reviewed the Benq BL2710 said that it had a flickering image. Gadgetspeak.com said “Flicker free backlight” in their review of this PC monitor.

Two years ago Zaroff mentioned on Amazon.co.uk “Much worse, though, is the flickering phenomenon appearing in certain situations with this monitor”. Zaroff also wrote “Delay as for flashing the new firmware (which apparently does correct the flicker, if not the banding)” in their review.

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Price

Good Value for Money

Twenty-one customers agreed that this PC monitor was good value for money. Three years ago Gadgetspeak.com mentioned “Adequate cost”.

In the same month expert website Techradar.com wrote in their review of the Benq BL2710 “The BenQ BL2710PT is a much more attractive option following recent price drops in the face of increasingly affordable 4K monitors”. Four years ago Michael said “It is already value” in his review of this PC monitor.

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Cheap

Ten people who reviewed it concluded that it was cheap.

Markoppenheim mentioned “More importantly, for fairly cheap monitors, they have a great stand”. M. Yip wrote in their review of the Benq BL2710 on Amazon.co.uk “I cannot imagine how would 4k look text on an 27" which is a common/cheap monitor size for 4k”. Sam Jefferies said “It wasn't like it was a cheap pc monitor not for the price maybe i was unlucky”.

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Expensive

Seven people who reviewed the product considered that it was expensive.

Mosta67 mentioned in their review of the Benq BL2710 three years ago “With 30" monitors being historically prohibitively expensive” . Lewis Duffy said “IPS are usually more expensive so this descriptive error could confuse some potential buyers” in his review of this PC monitor. Lee C wrote in his review of this PC monitor on Amazon.co.uk two years ago “The monitor has good colour reproduction, especially in sRGB mode and reasonably good panel uniformity (especially compared to the more expensive Dell and NEC monitors I tried before these”.

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Audio

Quiet

Two Benq BL2710 owners who reviewed this PC monitor thought it was quiet.

J E Walford mentioned “The set up instructions are on disc and the speakers are very quiet” in their review of this PC monitor and scored it 9 stars.


Support

Good Technical Guidance

Four people who reviewed the product reckoned that it had good technical guidance.

Speedbird mentioned on Amazon.co.uk “I would like to add that several weeks on, Benq support are still trying to help with this issue” in their review of this PC monitor. Graham Smith said “I didn't find any full instruction manual though” and scored the product 7 stars.

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Features

Good Features

Six Benq BL2710 reviewers wrote in their reviews that it had good features.

Three years ago Pcmag.com wrote on PC Mag “It is equipped with numerous ports and convenient features.”. Steph said on Amazon.co.uk two years ago “Frankly these monitors perform as well in my eyes and have more useful features” in their review of this PC monitor. Whippy said on Amazon.co.uk “Features that seem really sensible”.

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Connectivity

Good in Terms of Connectivity

Two people who bought the Benq BL2710 agreed that it was good in terms of connectivity.

Expert website Techradar.com mentioned “An unremarkable-looking monitor with a rich set of connectivity options and high colour accuracy out of the box”. Three years ago Rick York scored the product 6 stars and he said on Amazon.co.uk “Don't be fooled into thinking this monitor is poor because it's far from that and I'm overall very happy with its connectivity and general appearance” in his Benq BL2710 review.

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Email Functionality

One Benq BL2710 owner said that it had email functionality.

D. Fergusson mentioned on Amazon.co.uk “Glad I sent email to BenQ support as gave some insight in to their lack of after sales care” in their review of this PC monitor.


Weight & Dimensions

Good Body Shape

One person wrote in their reviews that it was a good body shape.

Seaside mentioned “Really good mount, quality of body and image - I use it as an 'office' second screen whilst photo post processing on my other screen - well worth buying”.

Heavy and Bulky

Four customers who bought it concluded that it was heavy and bulky.

M. Burns wrote on Amazon.co.uk “They are bloody heavy, built like granite, extremely solid, zero wobble”. Mosta67 mentioned in their Benq BL2710 review on Amazon.co.uk “The first thing I noticed is that it's heavy” and scored the product 7 stars. Richard wrote “The edge bezel looks quite chunky and the panel is thicker than some other 24inch monitors which means it has little flex in the panel when using it” and gave the product a score of 8 stars.

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Multimedia

Has a Built-In Speaker(s)

Unlike most of the other medium monitors that have been available for a comparable time to the BL2710 which do not have a built-in speaker(s), the Benq BL2710 has a built-in speaker(s).

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Display

Fairly Wide Viewing Angle, Vertical

At 178 degrees, the Benq BL2710 has a fairly wide viewing angle, vertical compared to most of the other LCD screens that have been on the market for a similar time to the BL2710. Medium monitors that were released more than two years ago have viewing angles, vertical of between 10° and 180°.

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Fairly Wide Viewing Angle, Horizontal

With a viewing angle, horizontal of 178 degrees, the Benq BL2710 has one of the wider viewing angles, horizontal amongst medium monitors of this age. The viewing angles, horizontal of PC displays that were released around the same time as the BL2710 range from 18° to 1,800°, and the average viewing angle, horizontal is 170°.

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Quite Slow Response Time

The average response time of medium monitors that have been around for around the same time as the BL2710 is 6.1ms. At 12 milliseconds, the Benq BL2710 has a quite slow response time compared to most of the other medium monitors that were released around the same time as the BL2710.

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Packaging Content

Has One Cables Included

The number of cables included found on the Benq BL2710 is more than most PC monitors of a comparable age and spec to it. This PC display has an AC cables included, which is the most commonly found cables included found on medium monitors that were released more than two years ago.

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Energy & Environment

Not Quick to Charge

One customer who purchased the Benq BL2710 concluded that it was not quick to charge.

Mosta67 wrote three years ago “Doesn't seem to charge anything needing more current than the USB standard (Hudl, some cameras, etc” in their review of this PC monitor.


Other

Released Over Three Years Ago

This PC display was released over three years ago.


Product Identifiers

Manufacturer Part Numbers benq bl2710pt
Barcodes 00132018196687, 00163121393526, 00526255750731, 00748322662116, 00840046028442, 00898029657769, 04718755045929, 05052184040698, 05054484681991, 05054565326339, 08400460284422

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