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  • Perfect
    8 months ago
    A very reliable screen that delivers reasonably good to play FPS games such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. They are said to make a classic mistake purchase and yes can partly agree with it, they do not follow any display port such withdrawal does not exist and they are sin. But DVI works great and can take part of 144 Hz anyway.
  • Very good
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Have had this monitor is now in about half a year and I must say I'm very happy. It has great colors (not top noch but very good for the price) and feels responsive ,. The screen fits perfa for long game sessions since it has no technology that allows one not to be sore eyes after 2-3 hours, it is a big plus!

    It had received the highest rating if it had not been so needed to turn off the computer / ps4at to switch input.

    But a very good screen anyways!
  • Decent
    4 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Out of the box lousy set, but after some pills of good image.
  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Good and cheap 144hz as long as it has v4! However, the photo must fashion a 5-7 sharpness and 75-80% vibrance of the picture to be superb! strongly recommended!
    Note. Anything other than photo fashion is to forget if you want awesome colors in such cs go (forget icc)
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    All talking about poor picture quality etc. But for me it was as usual? Definitely think the picture quality is acceptable and you can always play around with the settings if you do not like it. Stylish design, 144hz and good price. Not much to complain about love this screen
  • Very Poor
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Must share what many people seem to think. The screen is incredibly poor. 2430xl I bought first and it was good. Then there was the pixel section and bought this. Unbelievably poor screen and it feels like there's fog in front of one. It's incredible bad screen. Add to much money on something good instead!
  • Very Poor
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Entry screen I got home had a broken skärmfot

    My replacement unit has a bad brilliant pixel in the middle of the picture - apparently not covered by the warranty.
    The screen has unfortunately very bad colors as soon as you see the bit from the side. Will a change
  • Barely acceptable
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    TN panels have improved slightly in recent years but unfortunately still suffering from this poor color reproduction.
    Poor functionality with touch buttons on the menu

    Fast
  • Poor
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    144hz so it is excellent for gaming (FPS) but for other uses, so it is less fun - poor color reproduction, narrow-angle (side so it quickly becomes poor image).

    Has also comments on the touch keys which I think works badly to get into the screen menu
  • Poor
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    An ok game screen thanks to 144hz but then unfortunately excessively poor in the colors, touch menu buttons that respond poorly or not at all.
    Have changed the screen once when the first had several pixel errors.
  • Barely acceptable
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    My AOC monitor packed up and had to show his final image a few weeks ago.

    Now there was more focus on the good fps screen and this, I feel like ok but with some problems with touch buttons to the menus.
  • Very Poor
    4 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Now I have after loooong time, got it back from the service, and panel replacement.
    Unfortunately, the colors are still very poor, and touch is very difficult to react - apparently nothing wrong, but it must be so
  • Very good
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Really good game screen but not so good for anything else.
  • Terrible
    4 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Outrageously poor image quality. The picture cut in the eyes ... Extremely high gamma setting. But even after tweaking the looks of this worse than the first LCD screen in the 90s.

    The aim is to play 99.3% of the time in front of the screen, sure. Should you do anything other than play, that even spend more than 0.7% of the time even in the Olympics, so I do not recommend this screen. So incredibly poor image quality, it is thus.

    Not my most well-written review, but this is really beneath contempt. Although this screen is marketed entirely and keeps the gaming screen so there should be a limit.

    To navigate through on-screen menus are a nightmare. Per usual, in terms of BenQ's monitors.

    This goes back to the shop, bums!
  • Very Poor
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Yikes any screen. However much one pillar of the color settings, it is never good. The colors are completely washed out and weird. If you compare it with my Samsung S23a700D so color reproduction 1000 times better than this. Then I think you get a lot of lag on screen, which I experienced with my Samsung. The only good thing is that it is height adjustable.

    - The colors are cash
    - Fps lag

    + Height adjustable

    Does not recommend this product! Do not trust the other grades here, they do not know what they're talking about!
  • Excellent
    5 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Glad to have found this screen at a good price when it was released.
    Has been looking a long time for a successor to my old monitor.

    It has several features that help to counteract the fatigue that you get when you sat in front of the old slow screens.

    + -
    144Hz but can not quite bring myself up there without a new graphics card.
    Low Blue Light makes everything a little more "green yellow" -aktigt but make it more pleasing to the eyes.
    Flicker-free, I have not really understood me when my old screen had this problem.
    Blur Reduction Works great but makes the image darker and no other noticeable change directly when running games.

    Well built and stable, without any errors or defects, I am 100% satisfied with your purchase!

    -1 Star = They have sold defective screens with Version 1 firmware, allowing the function "blur reduction" completely unusable and you can not use the Light Boost function.
    As another mentioned here is that they do not pay the freight to send the screen for Benq to upgrade to version 2!

    * Update: When the screen worked fine until now without any noticeable problems, except for a small dead pixel, so I add some stars.

    ** Update: Blur reduction is actually useful, after I had updated the firmware to version second
    Noticing that I have more response when I eg Run CS: GO, but no significant difference in other games.
  • Perfect
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Lovely performance with great image inputs
    Feels well built and stable, and has worked flawlessly (changing from a faulty ASUS screen)
    Many configuration options
  • Perfect
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    144hz, need we say more?

    Large screen, robust and stylish. TN panel so do not expect any royal colors. The settings at the first startup is really sopsämst, but with little light settings (the menu is clear and explicit) so I got up alright image quality.

    Lirar you very cs I then just to strike. Even if you drive a little easier game as such. Dark Souls or rocket leauge it's an incredible difference to see 80-100 fps even compared to 60th

    5/5 toast
  • Excellent
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Bought screen 1 month ago, I am very satisfied!
    NOTE! If you do not care about 144hz to gaming, there are other cheaper in 60hz which is at least as good solid SEK 1,000 cheaper.

    + 144hz in the update frequency (via DVI cable), good for me that is FPS Games
    + Raise the adjustable feet in good quality
    +, Starts very quickly
    + The sharpness of the image and the colors are very good
    + The settings are easy to change with a program that included, there are also other special picture and game modes for different types of games and environments.
    + Lighting strength is very powerful and has never had more than 40% of maximum
    + Buttons and the menu button from the input is good but recommend to use the program rather than making it easier.
    + Fast response
    + Do not become hot when the screen has been in a long time.

    - If only the audio output from the screen HDMI and PD inputs
    - Are there any picture modes according to me only makes the picture worse and certain game modes makes the colors fully carpeted. I recommend that assumes sRGB, and then make adjustments accordingly if necessary.
    - The screen quality is good but not the best in the price range but you get much more of good quality for over 3000 SEK in this price range that competitors are not even near.

    The best screen in this price range clearly under me recommend it highly if you need a new screen in good quality at a reasonable price to the games and everyday life.
  • Good
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    As many others say that sucks the image with the factory settings, after some tweaking spirit becomes the good however.
    Here you will find an ICC profile that I think is good: http://www.digitalversus.com/lcd-monitor/colour-calibration-profiles-your-monitor-a424/benq-ap437.html
  • Perfect
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Recommended!

    + Does what it should be, high HZ.
    + Tilt adjustable (some do not have it in this price range which is efficient)
    + See professional-out

    - Menus are not super simple to navigate through using the buttons on the bottom. But where is it's only the beginning to set everything in principle.
  • Decent
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Does the screen has high score.

    The reason I bought the screen was mainly for the clarified 144hz, which it does, but the colors are very dull then, a bit like a pair of washed-out clothes and blackness becomes poor.
    This can be corrected to some extent, with ICC profiles etc. but it never gets really good.

    Best result pictorial, I think you get in 60Hz, Picture mode to Standard, 36 Brightness and Gamma 5th

    Blur Busters Strobe Uitility to tweak the screen I think is overrated, then you might as well run at 144Hz with any settings the same as above the rest for really good gaming fluency. Alternatvt can run the Picture Fashion Movie to get a little "nicer" colors of 144Hz.

    Had I known all this before I bought it, I probably bought an IPS screen instead capable of 60Hz but has better image and color reproduction.

    Anyone who has found a setting for 144 or 120Hz (without ICC profile) who becomes like when running 60Hz feel free to get in touch but I think it's difficult.
  • Perfect
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    PERFECT! For FPS player and the only gaming
  • Perfect
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Best screen
  • Perfect
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Totally satisfied!

    Many useful and unique features
    Fast
    Ability to pivot
    Working very stable in 144hz
  • Perfect
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Very good game screen that works just as well for web and office work
    Good with inputs
    A really solid construction that is height / adjustable
  • Good
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Good and sharp image on the screen but the accompanying "calibration" / programs were in disrepair. The colors were not at all good so wish it had been light and color correct. Have been downloading their own calibration program that seems to work. Moreover, the screen is quite okay, but do not understand the high price. Image-wise, I saw no improvement in quality when I was driving on 144th Thought it would be a WOW experience. Otherwise happy with the screen and see if I change my mind in future. Only had it for a few days.
  • Perfect
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Bought it from complete in some sales for 2000 SEK, easily worth it!
  • Perfect
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Purchased at hekgkampang of Alina! Good price

    Happy with the screen, great colors and awesome fast!
    The fact that it is adjustable is something I now appreciate more than I first anticipated.
  • Very good
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Right out of the box, the picture is totally useless. After pretty much pill, the shot capable. But in all honesty, should the colors and the picture generally be better in a screen for that money.

    However, the screen is made for fun, so the picture is really good. Damn awesome it is with 144hz when you're used to 60hz. So huge difference. Have my old screen next to and compare with, and can not understand that you do not disturb on the notch in the picture before.

    Probably can not go back to regular 60hz screen to play again.

    So, you are looking for a monitor that has good picture, you should perhaps look further but you are looking for a monitor with really good gaming performance so this can certainly be an option.
  • Perfect
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Was pleasantly suprised by this screen. Chose between going up to a 27 "but like the step was a little too big.

    The screen is clean said lovely to play on. Very fast and nothing to complain about when it comes to color reproduction - think TN panels are a very good level today.
    A very solid and well built screen

    Many interesting extra features!
  • Perfect
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Have now had this monitor for about 3 weeks and am super happy.
    The screen is well built (hefty skärmfot and good with adjustability in height) and the availability Pivot.
    The colors are good. Clearly much better than a TN panel performed a few years ago. Since it is so that there shall be a fast panel with very low latency, it's TN panel that apply.
    The screen has many interesting extras for different screen sizes / resolutions.
    For those of you who are able to test so I personally think this screen is far superior to other "menial" 144hz displays that represent themselves to be game screens ... what more can they offer? They just call these game screens.
  • Very Poor
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Had a TN screen a few years ago, the model was about 6 years, I thought that now must TN have gotten better, but so disappointed they were. Has been sitting with an IPS screen for 2-3 years and the difference in overall image quality is huge! Got to regret a purchase with this. Perhaps pro-fps players can suffer image quality.
  • Very Poor
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    To those who intend to buy this screen I just want to give a note of caution on BOTH the product and their customer service.

    For those of you who do not bother to read I do a quick resume of the experience:
    + Passable foot
    + 144 Hz

    - LOUSY color reproduction
    - Poor contrast
    - Partially locked menu for calibration
    - If you get a screen with software V.1 not working their accompanying feature "blur reduction" right, YOU have to pay the freight to them to get it fixed ... (most of the shield at this time of the online stores have version V .1!)

    Got this screen in conjunction with that I thought my second monitor was too pale and boring picture and to take the opportunity to get a screen I could use for FPS games then my primary monitor is a 27 "2560x1440 60Hz screen.

    First impression is that the screen design is quite okay. It's pretty stable but the height adjustable feature is not like most others and it is unnecessarily clumsy to use when to adjust it. It must be in the back to remove it from its foundation before it goes to mess up.

    Turns on the screen and turned directly to just like my old display devices, the pale and dull in color (sigh). Starting fiddle with the picture settings to hope to come out with reasonably sensible picture. There, I notice right away that you do not have access to all the options in menuen, the entire section of the display is gray and can not be used. This is kind of funny when their bundled software on the CD tells you to go in there and do an "Auto adjustment" (!?!?), Worth adding is that when I have even chosen model (2411Z) before they got instructions on how to calibrate the display ...
    After much pill spirit with colors right and left, and the brightness and contrast, I can only make the picture more or less poor. The colors are washed out and the float happily together. I run primarily to my secondary screen also is mirrored to my TV (5-6 years old anyway) and can see the huge difference between them. The difference between Benq XL2411z and my 27 "Eizo is even larger (but this is also a true and very expensive screen that focuses on image quality and is not made for gaming). Pulls me over a box so that it goes between the main screen and this screen it is laughter teased how bad the colors are.

    Not only that, I will pass the "blur reduction" as it makes great ads on their website for the Z series. This is one feature that should give smooths image precisely at high fps.
    Do you set this function and run things that work well at high dps get a "ghost image" of what is seen trailing a little behind the actual picture and makes everything VERY blurry. Looking rounds a bit and quickly find a page that noticed this error and says Benq're working to solve it with software version V.2 (I have since V.1).
    Waiting a few weeks and look up how it goes and it turns out that the software is now out. Antigen so you have to have a special device that just serves to update the screen or send it to Benq. I'll get back to benq, already had a case involving just "blur reduction", and get the answer that I can then send the display to them and get it updated, but MINE! expense.
    It's possible that it's just me that sees this as a joke, but then their product is actually defective from starting and they think that I should pay even more for a screen I already think is bad is entirely to h ** wheat into my eyes.

    So the sum of cardamom is that I am not only disappointed but feel cheated.
    I did not expect that colors could go to compare with my main screen but I think for a 3k screen you should get more. I did not expect nor need to contact customer support directly with a new product and get so badly treated in the form of service.
    I can see that the remaining people espouse the screen, but I seriously doubt that they have any kind of sensible image source to compare this monitor from, you do not have to be picture freak to appreciate sensible picture. You just have to stop and really look at the picture, see color natural?

    I can not possibly recommend this monitor to anyone. Even before I bought this screen, I saw that same Asus generally get better criticism regarding colors and would therefore recommend their screens instead, just a shame that it's glossy chassis with bold 3D logo ...
  • Perfect
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Went from a 60Hz monitor to this and the difference is huge. Low Blue Light is very nice to use for long and late sessions of gaming, works very well and is very underrated.

    If you want to run at a little higher settings in games, it takes of course more of the computer, but it has power over you get an incredible fluency in both FPS like CS: GO and TF2. Self I run most games where you see above (DotA 2, Path of Exile), and this difference is not quite as big but they are still unaware of it.

    Would never voluntarily go back to a 60Hz screen then it immediately feels slower and choppy, even on Windows.

    Have not encountered any problems at all and the screen experienced and walked past all my expectations. Clearly worth the money.
  • Perfect
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Beautiful display

    Very good for demanding FPS games. Good connection options. Adjustable screen is a feature I missed earlier, much better ergonomics than on my previous screens (should be standard now on all screens).

    Cool with touch buttons for menus
  • Perfect
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Feels like a through-toned screen.
    Excellent color reproduction and good connections with
    Fast
  • Perfect
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Very good screen.
    Right inputs, good color rendering, no lags in fps games
    Well-Endowed

    However, would like to have it in white
  • Perfect
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    A screen that performs very well.
    Well thought out extras especially for game settings, after some trial spirit that I looked really positive in that they call the Smart Scaling ie fast setting to change between different image sizes

    Very good color gamut
    Toned feet (solid metal in raise / lower part)

    Have not yet tried Light Boost funtionen (nVidia 3D).
  • Poor
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    The only positive thing about the screen is that it is fast, in just anything but fast game so it is completely useless compared to an IPS in the same price range. Looking for a good monitor for general use, so please do not buy.

    + Quick and "CRT floating"
    -Everything else

    Had it cost 1000 - less so, it would have higher scores.