Product Comparison: BenQ SW240 vs Eizo CS2420
- It is not 4K but I have no 4K video camera yet, so for me this still a good choice.
- The screen diagonal is 24.1 ″, which at a resolution of 1920 × 1200 pixels corresponds to a pixel density of 94 ppi, which is pretty good.
- Much larger than the average laptop screen and is a great size for looking at your photographs.
- The diagonal of the screen of this monitor is modest at the present time 24.1 ″, the resolution is small 1920 x 1200 pixels.
- 24-inches is smaller than some of the more professional or expensive monitors on the market.
- 1920x1200 is a nice resolution and give a little extra space compared to the standard 1080p.
- The pixel resolution for this size of monitor seems perfect.
- Good resolution and scary number of 15 ms response does not scary at all.
- The pixel count rests at 1920x1200 (94 ppi), which means pixels are easily identified.
- 24 may be a little on the small side by today's standards.
- Good monitor at a good price. 10bit colour is essential and this one ticks the box at a good price.
- I was very pleased to find a reasonably priced monitor that covers virtually the whole Adobe(1998)RGB colour space.
- It boasts colour accuracy through IPS technology, with 99% Adobe RGB and 100% sRGB colour space.
- This is a decent monitor with great color reproduction.
- It's max brightness and contrast levels don't even qualify it for HDR.
- IPS panel is vibrant, and colours pop off the screen - even at hard angles.
- The 1000:1 contrast ratio keeps the whites looking crisp and the blacks deep without any blowout.
- 16:10 aspect ratio doesn't look weird os something like that.
- The colors look great and appear consistent across and between two monitors.
- Decent monitor with great color reproduction, ideal for photo editing.
- Bought this monitor for my photography and I find it to be excellent for my needs.
- This is my first professional photography monitor, cover 99% adobe rgb, it really looks much more better that me previous LG.
- I use this product to print photographs, great on landscapes, buildings and art.
- The monitor is controlled by six convenient mechanical buttons (plus a backlit power button) located on the lower right of the front panel.
- The sound from the headphones connected to the monitor is very quiet.
- ColorNavigator calibration software to keep things accuracy across all your programs.
- A great one for citical work. Excellent software for calibration.
- The color calibration software that comes with it works wonderfully and is easy to use.
- Nice adjustable stand with additional portrait mode.
- The provided software is kinda need some time to get to it.
- I'm using the monitor with my laptop connected via HDMI. Much nicer to edit my photos. Love it.
- There are lot of network connectors on the back of the screen.
- The monitor has pretty decent amount of ports including USB and headphone jack.
- If someone uses the monitor on the built-in card (HDMI, DP) and there are problems with the display, my desktop did not load fully.
- USB and card reader connectors are not very well placed - too far from the edge of the monitor.
- Nice amount of connection ports and easy to connect two of them.
- Monitor has a lot of connection ports which is great.
- The monitor could be connected within minutes and connected to the MacBook via USB hub.
- Satisfied with this monitor and all the connections are useful.
- Fell some lack of headphones port in the monitor.