Product Comparison: ASUS VP28UQG vs BenQ EL2870U
- I got this for my PS4 Pro down sized from a 43” 4K HDR tv, it was too big for my office. The picture is amazing. Loads of customisable options.
- This monitor has really impressed me. The quality is fantastic at 4K, and you can run games at lower resolutions and have no problems.
- Great size & resolution for a desktop screen.
- There are better ones out there but for the value its an incredible monitor. Picture is decent and its just the right size.
- Good vaule for money right size easy to use clear picture just beautiful.
- The 4k resolution is a grand upgrade from 1080p.
- The resolution is great, it looks sharp and clean.
- It's a great budget monitor if you're simply just looking to upgrade to 4K and don't care about HDR.
- Super Resolution is essentially BenQ's edge enhancement algorithm.
- Deployed as a 2nd screen for my laptop while working at home. Great resolution and colors.
- It really is a great item that is big enough for gaming and takes advantages of the Xbox one x's freesync, 10bit color, and 4k.
- Was expecting something worse! Now when I play in Full HD tv are nothing compare with the brightness and saturation of this monitor, amazing colors
- Love the monitor, color is great and haven't noticed any flickering while playing my games (fps games)
- First of all, you need the monitor to be eye level, this is because TN panels dont have the best viewing angles
- The viewing angle is irrelevant it is virtually impossible to get a match for color, brightness and contrast with other monitors, it is way out of line.
- It's bright and the colors are decent.
- Colors look great, playing the new Age of Empires II DE was a truly mesmerizing experience.
- During this time the monitor was pretty great, rich colors and great for gaming, very responsive.
- It's a absolutely great monitor. Great sound, colors, menus.
- The colors are terrible. They look washed out.
- ALSO another good thing is it automatically turns itself on, and to the correct input when you turn on a device connected to it.
- Picture is very good, bright, powerful, fast, and can be adjusted. Nice features like blue light filters and modes etc.
- Solidly built, it has enough features to make it very attractive for the price.
- Picture quality is great. It does have sound, but that is not a feature I would recommend using.
- This Monitor even has ok sound for a monitor. It's got a reasonable price and the monitor has many features on it, including game Plus.
- The monitor features AMD FreeSync support (40-60Hz via both DisplayPort and HDMI) as well as a super resolution sharpening feature.
- BenQ's Brightness Intelligence Plus sensor which can adjust the brightness and color temperature of the display based on room conditions.
- On the front of the bezel next to the power button is a switch labeled HDR which controls the HDR mode as well as the Brightness Intelligence feature.
- The main issue is the "auto brightness" feature called BI+ (Brightness intelligence).
- I play Destiny 2. It does not work with HDR on this game.
- The screen/video quality is excellent. The audio is not so well supported. If you are connecting, eg A Sky monitor, you cannot use the audio over DP or HDMI.
- Screen is very bright so need to turn down and the only criticism I have is that the connection sockets are awkward to get too.
- This is an excellent monitor. Good colour saturation, nice refresh rate and good connectivity.
- I bought this and am sending it back. Connected to my iMac via a usb-c to hdmi lead, when I put the mac to sleep, this monitor would come on and say 'No signal.'
- The ips glow is terrible when connected to consoles its that noticeable i have to look for a replacement
- These are connected to my PC via Display Port cables into an Nvidia GTX 1080 video card with updated drivers.
- The fact that this has two HDMI ports and a display port is a godsend. I can have my PlayStation 4 pro, Xbox one x, and pc connected to this thing.
- The included speakers are a really nice addition for a monitor that connects via HDMI.
- I Have also plugged in my PS4 via HDMI and configured it to HDR.
- 2 HDMI ports and a display port are nice, you can have multiple devices plugged in and it does a decent job switching automatically.