Product Comparison: BenQ PD2700U vs BenQ PD2700Q
- This monitor pretty much exceeded my expectations with 4K and 27" size.
- General design and the image quality is fantastic. 27" is perfect size for 4K video.
- Lacks the response times for a hardcore gamer. But this monitor built for works and performs amazing.
- Type is crisp and sharp on the 4k monitor. Highly recommend for coding and editing.
- I think a 4k monitor as a 27" desktop was too much for my eyes.
- This is a first class monitor for photography and I like the size of screen.
- Brilliant monitor. 27" and 2k resolution look perfect.
- Choose this 2k version as I need it to for my work with low resolution images.
- Good resolution, seems fine for gaming, although mine is casual.
- Opted to chance this QHD model instead of 4k. Very glad I did so!
- Very accurate colour reproduction for digital media.
- Lovely quality image with IPS panel. Colors are superb bright and vivid.
- The quality of the picture is amazing. Various modes allow for comfort on the eyes, high colour accuracy.
- Great, vibrant colours, great detail. the whole unit is well put together and easy to set up.
- Item was perfect without any defect, color are superb. Extremely happy with the purchase.
- The colour and uniformity of the display output is stunning, blows away the TN panels completely.
- A very nice monitor indeed. Great clarity and brightness with very accurate colours.
- I bought this mainly for photography and editing in particular. The colours are good and no adjustments were needed.
- A very nice monitor. Gamma is accurate, backlight is even and gradients show no sign of banding.
- The colours are very true and the screen is very kind on the eyes, even after several hours of editing.
- The low blue light and automatic brightness control features work well.
- Very comfortable to use and very adjustable, height, tilt, landscape or portrait orientation and so on.
- Excellent quality monitor. I don’t use it for gaming but perfect for my general purpose computer work.
- The OSD menu and the buttons feel a bit awkward and quite slow to respond.
- Built-in speakers are pretty poor quality. Don't recommend to use them ever.
- Lot of cool features. Low Blue Light and No flicker works amazing.
- Very useful DisplayPilot software to quickly switch between picture modes.
- Built-in speakers are not great but pretty decent quality, enough for monitor.
- The build quality is solid. The base is large without taking up a lot of desk space.
- The menu buttons are slightly fiddly, and when I received the monitor it has a slight yellow/green tint to whites.
- The monitor has three inputs: HDMI, DP and mDP. This is fairly lot of connections.
- I like the inclusion of a KVM input switching feature: there is a 4-port USB hub, and two USB-A outputs to go to two different PCs.
- The ports face downwards, rather than straight out of the back, which helps keep things tidy.
- There's no VGA input for legacy connections, so keep an old monitor around if you might need this.
- Awful access for plugging in cables. They are underneath the monitor and pointing down.
- All the cables you need to connect up to graphics card are supplied. Also there a pretty decent amount of ports in monitor.
- Very flexible monitor with good amount of connectivity ports.
- Multiple outputs and matches brilliantly alongside my 5K iMac screen.
- Would like to mention especially it connects and works very well with my Mac Book via HDMI.
- Comes with a plenty of connection options and all of them seems to work fine.