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BenQ - GW2270 21.5" 1920x1080 60 Hz Monitor

( 4.7 Average / 7 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

BenQ

Model

GW2270

Part #

9H.LE5LB.QPA
(or) GW2270

Screen Size

21.5"

Recommended Resolution

1920 x 1080

Widescreen

Yes

Aspect Ratio

16:9

Viewing Angle

178° H x 178° V

Brightness

250 cd/m²

Response Time

5 ms

Refresh Rate

60 Hz

Panel Type

VA

LED

Yes

Built-in Speakers

No

DVI

1

VGA

1

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Prices

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Umart $105.00 In stock $105.00+
PC Byte $119.00 In stock $119.00+
JW Computers $129.00 In stock $129.00+
Mwave Australia $129.00 $129.00+
Scorptec $129.00 In stock $129.00+
Newegg Australia $138.60 +FREE s/h In stock $138.60
Device Deal $147.50 $147.50+
Skycomp Technology $153.00 In stock $153.00+

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Reviews

miz_gaz 6 points 28 months ago
from completed build miz_turbo

Beauty for a cheap monitor like this, the colours is too true that it makes me sick, literally. Nice thin and does the job for what it's worth, bloody bargain for a reliable monitor.

Sorgo2000 8 points 17 months ago
from completed build First Complete Affordable Build

Great reliable and cheap monitor. about as good as a cheap secondary monitor can get.

Geometry123 15 points 15 months ago

First time getting a non-TN panel monitor (VA), and, holy crap, it's a significant jump from my 18' Acer TN monitor. Colors look more vivid, viewing angles are MUUUUUUUUCH better (not IPS good, but better than TN anyway), and, well, I was able to OC it to 72Hz without looking like ***.

Contrast is also apparently better on VA compared to IPS (3000:1 vs 1000:1), so that could be a bit of an advantage over IPS for me, aside from being cheaper.

A bit of ghosting in Blur Busters, but I don't notice it anyway when playing Project Cars 2. Then again, I have play more games.

RCS-Raincloud 6 points 11 months ago

Surprisingly good for the price. Took some fine tuning to get the best possible image and colours. DVI only, so beware of new gen GPUs connectivity options.

Using as second monitor for video reproduction and internet browsing, I'm pleased.

raypidash 15 points 10 months ago
from completed build Budget AMD Ryzen

I included this monitor for my build so you can see the total price. 1920x1080p 60hz 5ms, good enough for gaming. 22" LED monitor with built-in speakers and is only CAD $119.99. I am using HDMI to connect because my motherboard doesn't have a VGA port. I am wondering If using DVI will give me better video quality and faster response.

AurumMD 11 points 5 months ago

Crystal clear monitor with nice features to lessen eye strain. Only issue is that although it is a HD resolution, it doesn't come with HDMI inputs which is really what I was looking for. Can't complain at the price point though.

Zauhd 10 points 11 days ago

Only comes with VGA cable and only has 1 VGA, and 1 DVI port.