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BenQ EX2780Q 27-Inch QHD (2560 x 1440) HDRi 144Hz Gaming Monitor, IPS, FreeSync Premium, USB-C, PS5/Xbox X Compatible

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BenQ EX2780Q 27-Inch QHD (2560 x 1440) HDRi 144Hz Gaming Monitor, IPS, FreeSync Premium, USB-C, PS5/Xbox X Compatible
BenQ EX2780Q 27-Inch QHD (2560 x 1440) HDRi 144Hz Gaming Monitor, IPS, FreeSync Premium, USB-C, PS5/Xbox X Compatible

Description

  • Stunning IPS display: Enjoy immaculate 16:9 image quality with 2K QHD 2560 x 1440 resolution IPS panel
  • Boost gaming experience: FreeSync and 144 Hz refresh rate for smooth and clear images
  • BenQ proprietary features further boost your gaming experience
  • Easy access to fit settings: Use a remote control. Go to PS5 Settings > Saved Data and Game/App Settings > Game Presets > Performance Mode or Resolution mode > select “Performance Mode”
  • 5-key navigator or a volume wheel to access your preferred settings in a simple and quick way

Additional information

Specification: BenQ EX2780Q 27-Inch QHD (2560 x 1440) HDRi 144Hz Gaming Monitor, IPS, FreeSync Premium, USB-C, PS5/Xbox X Compatible

Display
Resolution

‎2560 x 1440

General
Brand

‎BenQ

Specification
Product Dimensions

‎19.6 x 45.96 x 61.4 cm, 5.93 Kilograms

Batteries

‎1 CR2 batteries required. (included)

Item model number

‎EX2780Q

Manufacturer

Series

‎EX2780Q

Color

Standing screen display size

‎27 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎2560 x 1440 pixels

Are Batteries Included

‎Yes

Lithium Battery Energy Content

‎3 Watt Hours

Lithium Battery Packaging

‎Batteries only

Lithium Battery Weight

‎0.1 Grams

Item Weight

‎5.93 kg

Reviews (6)

6 reviews for BenQ EX2780Q 27-Inch QHD (2560 x 1440) HDRi 144Hz Gaming Monitor, IPS, FreeSync Premium, USB-C, PS5/Xbox X Compatible

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  1. stuart corbett

    This is a really good 4k monitor especially for the price.I bought this for gaming on my xbox one x and it ticks all the boxes allowing me to play Gears of war ,halo ,codww2 and even fortnite in 4k HDR 60hz its perfect for the xbox one x and allows you to get everything out of the console .

    BENQ always seems to deliver in price and quality for that money.

    My only issue is the menu system takes abit to get use to but doesnt take too long but i do like that there is a HDR button

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  2. Kitty

    …Is quite frankly the best monitor I have EVER used.

    The item I received had 0 dead pixels, 0 backlight bleed, and overall seems to be in absolute perfect condition, as intended.

    So with a perfectly made monitor as BenQ intended, let’s talk about the capabilites and the specs of the monitor.

    +144Hz
    +IPS panel (IPS and 144Hz is unheard of, only BenQ and LG have done it so far, and the LG model isn’t available for purchase in the UK currently.) The viewing angles are TV quality, there is no degridation when viewing from different angles that you will get with a TN, or VA panel.

    +HDR and a HDRi ; (setting that mimics HDR content to look exactly like true HDR content. So basically you can use HDR on everything, even if it’s not made for HDR. With a quick click of the remote control, now it is. And according to the HDR colour graph I’ve seen online comparing true HDR to the HDRi, it’s actually within 2% of true HDR, so the emulation I am talking about with HDRi, is seemingly damn near…

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  3. Ollie

    First and foremost, if you’re lucky enough to receive one that isn’t faulty I can confirm that the picture quality, along with the HDR setting is excellent and on paper the perfect monitor especially for console gaming (XboxOneX / PS4Pro)

    However, somehow I managed to roll 3 faulty monitors in a row, the first being a simple dead pixel near the centre of the screen and to be honest it wasn’t the biggest deal as you could only see it on certain backgrounds but part of me felt put off as I had just forked our a fair amount of money for a brand new monitor, I should at least get all of the pixels that I payed for. Returned it and thanks to Amazon’s amazing customer support I received a replacement the next day – this one had no dead pixels, but after every 5 minutes or so white vertical lines would start fading over the screen which was extremely offputting especially mid-game. That one definitely had to go back, so third time lucky? Nope. This one worked fine for about an hour until I…

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  4. System Repairs UK

    Horrible monitor, I’m a competitive gamer and the picture and colour are nice but the ghosting and motion blur are just horrific if you are playing a fps game and are doing anything other than running in a straight line forwards you have no chance of even seeing anybody let alone shooting them. It’s enough to make me feel nauseous, I’ve come from a 27 inch tn panel to this and the gain in colour is just not worth the loss of fluidity

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  5. LOFTY26

    Monitor is great, picture quality of 4K and the HDR was phenomenal. But this was completely ruined by the fact the HDR components in the monitor are budget at best, ended up having to get this replaced the first time after only a week when the HDR components broke and the HDR stopped working whixh made colours washed out and grey ish and made games unplayable because the HDR cannot be turnes off when playing HDR games. This was then followed up by the replacement monitor also breaking due to the exact same manner after less than a month, maybe if I got a third it was last longer again but not worth the time and money, would recommend a different compnay/monitor.

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  6. Ethan

    A very nice looking monitor, however, beware if buying for HDR content. My monitor has suffered from terrible colour banding when set in HDR mode. Unfortunately, this makes the entire screen very unusable as scenes suffer “auras” around areas (see pic). When in non-HDR (“normal”) mode, the banding goes away. This effect is the same on both HDMI and DisplayPort from multiple PCs. If this is the quality that BenQ strive for, I’ll be careful with recommending them in future.

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