Product Comparison: BenQ SW2700PT vs BenQ SW270C
- It's much bigger than my previous screen, and the clarity of 27" is fantastic.
- This has to be a bargain if you are happy with 27 inch.
- Excellent 27", 2K monitor with a great display! Saved myself a fortune.
- Size and detail of 27" screen make managing my photos more precise.
- I don't feel I'm getting the best sharpness on 2k screen.
- Blown away by the quality of this 1440p monitor.
- If 4K is too expensive or overkill for your needs, the 2K BenQ SW270C should make a great choice for photographers.
- 27-inch monitor built for photographers, and it acts as a successor or upgrade to the popular SW2700PT that's been around for a few years.
- The display has a 2560x1440 resolution, which many photographers prefer for editing images, as 4K can be overkill depending on the content at hand.
- Honestly, the resolution of 2k not enough fo me, but otherwise the monitor is decent.
- I am very impressed with the image quality and build of the monitor.
- Great monitor, the colours are outstanding, bright and vivid.
- Now I know why its called the Photographers Monitor due to the true bright colors.
- Very happy with colour rendering and sharpness.
- The contrast of the display is far from perfect, the blacks are not ‘black’.
- Perfect colors for photography and color grading videography projects!
- This is an extraordinary monitor with extraordinary color fidelity for a great price.
- Delivers a wide array of features that includes coverage for 100% of the sRGB and Rec. 709 color gamuts, 99% of the Adobe RGB color gamut.
- Outstanding color reproduction and HDR10 compatible.
- Because of the IPS panel there are wide viewing angles that don't distort the image.
- The build quality is brilliant. Stand is easy adjustable.
- The puck controller is hand for quickly changing between colour modes allowing for me to proof my work in various colour spaces.
- As a photographer this monitor makes my life so much easier when it comes to retouching.
- It shows my RAW files from a D810 in their full glory and has made editing so much easier.
- Slight critcism of the very small buttons underneath the base frame - very awkward to operate.
- High-quality build with versatile stand and convenient controls.
- Wide, sturdy base holds a rotating vertical arm to which the monitor attaches, and there's about six inches of movement for height adjustment.
- It's compatible with a 100mm x 100mm VESA mount and this is really great.
- The stand is heavy enough to balance the display no matter how it's sitting, and everything can be adjusted with one hand.
- The small dial to program through the various set ups is not intuitive and not well designed.
- USB 3 hub and SD card reader on the side work well.
- It comes with a variety of connections to suit whatever your output is.
- Like the addition of USB hub and audio jack for convenient connections of small devices and headphones.
- Would've liked a USB on the back for connecting my keyboard and Wacom tablet, especially when hooked up to two machines.
- 2 x USB ports and SD Card slot do not function. Also Head phones input do not function. All the drivers are installed.
- Purchased it to attach it to Macbook pro for photo editing. It does a nice job connected to the type-c port.
- Take advantage of a USB Type-C port that supports video via DP Alt mode, as well as audio, device charging up to 60W.
- USB port data transfer speeds up to 5 Gb/s. About connection, this monitor is amazing.
- Lot of USB ports. There are also two downstream USB Type-A ports and an upstream USB Type-B port.
- Generous port selection including USB Type-C for apple devices.