BenQ Unleashes 3 New Monitors with RevolutionEyes Tech

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Morbus

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I make it a principle not to buy screens with built-in speakers.

Unless they are CONSIDERABLY cheaper than similar screens without speakers.
 

edogawa

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These monitors sound okay, but for mainstream they seem a bit too expensive.

I don't think the other commentators read the article either. These are not gaming monitors, but for mainstream users who don't need more than 1080P, G-sync, 120/144hz, and the speaker is a good cheap solution if you're just watching videos online.

Like I said though it's a bit pricey, they could have included a higher refresh rate at those prices considering even on the desktop it feels better.
 

rwinches

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Of course the GL2460HM, GL2760H are TN panel displays and fine for gaming.
The GW2760HS has a VA panel so not as much.

For you Reference:
http://www.tnpanel.com/tn-vs-ips-va/

@archert24 click on the links in the first paragraph.
 

shriganesh

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TN panels can go fish! IPS or nothing for me. No matter how many marketing words a display maker throws at me, I won't be sold until the display is at least a VA (IPS preferred though)
 

elexor

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I wish benq would start pushing past 144hz with displayport, Is displayport capable of those kind of refreshrates?
 

CircuitCurry

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Jeez why don't monitor companies learn. Speaker + Monitor never works. Its just makes it feel cheap and mundane with speakers attached. Now if it was a monitor with an actual boombox i might reconsider saying this.
 
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