The BenQ GL2780 is an unusual monitor in that it doesn’t sacrifice much to hit a relatively low price point. Most monitors at around £130 tend to be 24in displays or smaller but this one is a whopping 27in, giving you loads of space to spread out onto.
The catch is that the BenQ GL2780 doesn’t use an IPS panel. Instead, it employs TN technology. This means that at extreme viewing angles the picture quality falls off dramatically.
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