A large screen with really high resolution -Fits ok for several excel sheets and word documents open side by side.
Unfortunately, the colors are downright bad, and a weak and unstable skärmfot. Also see some banding effect in the picture, especially in dark or black color
Bought two month ago and really happy with the product.
Terrible bad screen for the money!
Sitting in the current situation with a 5 year old TN panel (LG W2453V-PF) which cost 2000 SEK new when I bought it. Have been wanting to upgrade for a while because of all the praise about IPS and how nice 1440p screens are.
The choice fell on this, the expectation was of course a bit inflated when the screen after all costs 3400kr. But the disappointment was great, unfortunately. Sure, at first I must say that the colors are really nice and the text became sharper more pleasant to read but it was well everything positive with this screen. I managed to get a copy namely where there was a bright green pixel that did not change color.
Well måndagsex there after all and they're not judging the screen so hard for just that. But that takes us to the problem nr2. The response in this screen is not nearly what it is in my 5 year old TN panel. With 4ms GtG on this so the difference should be quite unnoticeable, but it must depend on a strap higher input lag. NOTE This is a highly perceived difference and it can certainly record that I "know" that IPS does not normally keep up with TN as good.
But then we come to the absolute most serious problem with this screen and I wonder about how BenQ could ever let this screen pass their quality control.
Backlight Bleeding / IPS Glow is absolutely huge on this screen, completely unacceptable to me. Took a hasty picture with your phone, unfortunately very blurry when I had to take the picture quickly after being driven with the mouse to one screen would not get put out. But here, I think it clearly shows what I think is so unacceptable with this screen, and in particular, a screen that is 5 years newer and costs 1400kr more than my old one. It's clear that the camera exaggerates bleeden part but no matter how I adjust this so shines through in many places, especially in the lower right corner.
Benq GW2765HT left, LG W2453V-PF to right: