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BenQ 27 Inch IPS Monitor | 1080P | Proprietary Eye-Care Tech | Ultra-Slim Bezel | Adaptive Brightness for Image Quality | Speakers | GW2780,Black
BenQ 27 Inch IPS Monitor | 1080P | Proprietary Eye-Care Tech | Ultra-Slim Bezel | Adaptive Brightness for Image Quality | Speakers | GW2780,Black
BenQ 27 Inch IPS Monitor | 1080P | Proprietary Eye-Care Tech | Ultra-Slim Bezel | Adaptive Brightness for Image Quality | Speakers | GW2780,Black
BenQ 27 Inch IPS Monitor | 1080P | Proprietary Eye-Care Tech | Ultra-Slim Bezel | Adaptive Brightness for Image Quality | Speakers | GW2780,Black
BenQ 27 Inch IPS Monitor | 1080P | Proprietary Eye-Care Tech | Ultra-Slim Bezel | Adaptive Brightness for Image Quality | Speakers | GW2780,Black
BenQ 27 Inch IPS Monitor | 1080P | Proprietary Eye-Care Tech | Ultra-Slim Bezel | Adaptive Brightness for Image Quality | Speakers | GW2780,Black

BenQ 27 Inch IPS Monitor | 1080P | Proprietary Eye-Care Tech | Ultra-Slim Bezel | Adaptive Brightness for Image Quality | Speakers | GW2780,Black

BenQ 27 Inch IPS Monitor | 1080P | Proprietary Eye-Care Tech | Ultra-Slim Bezel | Adaptive Brightness for Image Quality | Speakers | GW2780,Black
BenQ 27 Inch IPS Monitor | 1080P | Proprietary Eye-Care Tech | Ultra-Slim Bezel | Adaptive Brightness for Image Quality | Speakers | GW2780,Black
BenQ 27 Inch IPS Monitor | 1080P | Proprietary Eye-Care Tech | Ultra-Slim Bezel | Adaptive Brightness for Image Quality | Speakers | GW2780,Black
BenQ 27 Inch IPS Monitor | 1080P | Proprietary Eye-Care Tech | Ultra-Slim Bezel | Adaptive Brightness for Image Quality | Speakers | GW2780,Black
BenQ 27 Inch IPS Monitor | 1080P | Proprietary Eye-Care Tech | Ultra-Slim Bezel | Adaptive Brightness for Image Quality | Speakers | GW2780,Black
BenQ 27 Inch IPS Monitor | 1080P | Proprietary Eye-Care Tech | Ultra-Slim Bezel | Adaptive Brightness for Image Quality | Speakers | GW2780,Black
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Features

  • 27 inch FHD 1080P IPS panel: 27” Full HD IPS widescreen with 1920 x 1080 resolution, 250 nits of brightness, built-in speakers
  • Wide viewing angle: 178° wide viewing angle for Clarity from any viewing angle
  • Edge to edge slim bezel design: ultra-slim bezel for virtually seamless multi-panel configurations for extended view; space-saving base; elegant design for home office.
  • Patented Eye-Care for extended use: Proprietary brightness Intelligence Adaptive technology adjusts brightness for comfortable viewing; low Blue light and zeroflicker technology prevent headaches and eye strain. This eye Tech delivers optimized images that are easy on your eyes.
  • Integrated cable management system: neatly hides cables inside monitor stand; VESA wall mount: 100x100 (mm)

Description

BenQ GW2780 27 inch frameless IPS monitor combines Ultra slim bezels with hidden cable management. Complementing BenQ exclusive eye-care technology with low Blue light technology and flicker-free performance for extended viewing comfort, industry-leading brightness Intelligence technology delivers exquisite details in any ambient lighting environment. BenQ patented brightness Intelligence technology sensor will automatically detect your ambient lighting surrounds and automatically adjust the screen brightness to protect your eyes from longer on screen periods. Voltage Rating 100 - 240V


Standing screen display size 27 Inches


Max Screen Resolution 1920x1080 Pixels


Brand BenQ


Series GW2780


Item model number GW2780


Item Weight 11 pounds


Product Dimensions 18.23 x 7.2 x 24.09 inches


Item Dimensions L x W x H 18.23 x 7.2 x 24.09 inches


Color Black


Voltage 240 Volts


Manufacturer BenQ


ASIN B072XFFQ4K


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available August 2, 2017


ASIN B072XFFQ4K


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 2,208 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #475 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #33 in Computer Monitors


Date First Available August 2, 2017


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Features

  • 27 inch FHD 1080P IPS panel: 27” Full HD IPS widescreen with 1920 x 1080 resolution, 250 nits of brightness, built-in speakers
  • Wide viewing angle: 178° wide viewing angle for Clarity from any viewing angle
  • Edge to edge slim bezel design: ultra-slim bezel for virtually seamless multi-panel configurations for extended view; space-saving base; elegant design for home office.
  • Patented Eye-Care for extended use: Proprietary brightness Intelligence Adaptive technology adjusts brightness for comfortable viewing; low Blue light and zeroflicker technology prevent headaches and eye strain. This eye Tech delivers optimized images that are easy on your eyes.
  • Integrated cable management system: neatly hides cables inside monitor stand; VESA wall mount: 100x100 (mm)

Description

BenQ GW2780 27 inch frameless IPS monitor combines Ultra slim bezels with hidden cable management. Complementing BenQ exclusive eye-care technology with low Blue light technology and flicker-free performance for extended viewing comfort, industry-leading brightness Intelligence technology delivers exquisite details in any ambient lighting environment. BenQ patented brightness Intelligence technology sensor will automatically detect your ambient lighting surrounds and automatically adjust the screen brightness to protect your eyes from longer on screen periods. Voltage Rating 100 - 240V


Standing screen display size 27 Inches


Max Screen Resolution 1920x1080 Pixels


Brand BenQ


Series GW2780


Item model number GW2780


Item Weight 11 pounds


Product Dimensions 18.23 x 7.2 x 24.09 inches


Item Dimensions L x W x H 18.23 x 7.2 x 24.09 inches


Color Black


Voltage 240 Volts


Manufacturer BenQ


ASIN B072XFFQ4K


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available August 2, 2017


ASIN B072XFFQ4K


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 2,208 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #475 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #33 in Computer Monitors


Date First Available August 2, 2017


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • 27 inch FHD 1080P IPS panel: 27” Full HD IPS widescreen with 1920 x 1080 resolution, 250 nits of brightness, built-in speakers
  • Wide viewing angle: 178° wide viewing angle for Clarity from any viewing angle
  • Edge to edge slim bezel design: ultra-slim bezel for virtually seamless multi-panel configurations for extended view; space-saving base; elegant design for home office.
  • Patented Eye-Care for extended use: Proprietary brightness Intelligence Adaptive technology adjusts brightness for comfortable viewing; low Blue light and zeroflicker technology prevent headaches and eye strain. This eye Tech delivers optimized images that are easy on your eyes.
  • Integrated cable management system: neatly hides cables inside monitor stand; VESA wall mount: 100x100 (mm)

Description

BenQ GW2780 27 inch frameless IPS monitor combines Ultra slim bezels with hidden cable management. Complementing BenQ exclusive eye-care technology with low Blue light technology and flicker-free performance for extended viewing comfort, industry-leading brightness Intelligence technology delivers exquisite details in any ambient lighting environment. BenQ patented brightness Intelligence technology sensor will automatically detect your ambient lighting surrounds and automatically adjust the screen brightness to protect your eyes from longer on screen periods. Voltage Rating 100 - 240V


Standing screen display size 27 Inches


Max Screen Resolution 1920x1080 Pixels


Brand BenQ


Series GW2780


Item model number GW2780


Item Weight 11 pounds


Product Dimensions 18.23 x 7.2 x 24.09 inches


Item Dimensions L x W x H 18.23 x 7.2 x 24.09 inches


Color Black


Voltage 240 Volts


Manufacturer BenQ


ASIN B072XFFQ4K


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available August 2, 2017


ASIN B072XFFQ4K


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 2,208 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #475 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #33 in Computer Monitors


Date First Available August 2, 2017


abunda_amazon_reviews Working as a programmer, I constantly had headaches before due to the eye fatigue. Then this "eye-care" monitor caught my attention, I just wanted to try and see whether it works, if not I will return. It indeed helped my eye problem. I tried many monitors at work, cheap and expensive ones, to find one that will help my symptoms, I found a few, but the price is either very high or many of them require a better computing setup to utilize their full potentials. For example, the best one I used is Dell 4K ISP, but it cost over $500 (2018) and it's on sale. Other brands are good, but I slowly realize it's just a brand many of them use the same manufactory. So the price is basically depending on how popular the brand is. BenQ is not a very familiar brand in the US, but I used to have a BenQ laptop I really like, so I had a very positive feeling about this brand. At the moment of purchase, I had about 3 options: this monitor, a Dell one, and an Acer one. I had an Acer monitor before and it's bad, it looks really nice, but when you used it, you will know it's "cheap". Back in 2015 the Acer monitor costed about the same price as this one, not worth it. Dell one was more expensive, about $400 dollars and 4K, however, I know 4K monitor normally requires a better setup, I had a mac mini (last generation) at home, it doesn't support 4K, why bother to spend so much for that. This monitor is as it described on its amazon page. I just got it about a few days, and after a day of work, and then use this monitor at home, I didn't develop the headaches i used to have. Hope it's a durable one also.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 28, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Very good quality;;Bill;;;I am replacing my old iMac with a new PC but was very worried about finding a comparable screen for a reasonable price. I did a lot of research, read lists of "budget" editing screens, most of which were $300-$1000 -- still out of my current budget. Finally after reading tons of reviews on amazon I decided to try this one out and I am very pleased with this purchase! I got the 24 inch and played around with the settings a bit but really it was pretty great straight out of the box. I photograph portraits and weddings and I have a very vibrant style. Because of that I needed to make sure the color was pretty spot-on. I had used my husbands computer to edit a few times and found out the hard way that his screens color was way off and it can make peoples skin tones look sickly. So as soon as I get the monitor set up I pulled up images on both my iMac and the new BenQ screen and they looked very close! We actually noticed that my iMac whites are a little warmer so I pulled out a bunch of prints I have had made and started comparing and the BenQ seemed to be even More accurate to what my prints looked like! A lot of people complained that this screen is too bright, but I don't know if they have changed it since those reviews were written... it didn't seem too bright to me at all, I have it set to 100 brightness. Another reviewer posted settings to match the iMac display, but when I put the brightness level to 50 it was wayyy below the brightness of my iMac. So, I kept the settings pretty close to the automatic settings, I adjusted the gamma a little and a couple other things here and there. So I am very happy with this purchase, I will be sure to update if I have any issues or anything else to add!;;Reviewed in the United States on December 6, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great for Photo Editing;;Evan;;;Good: -Its noticablly more colorful than traditional TN LED monitors -LIghtweight ultra slim bezel is sharp looking. -Blue light and zero flicker -Vesa mountable (which I use a dual monitor set -up) -I personally haven't seen any limitations in lag or sloppy response times yet. I have my settings maxed in the games I play. BenQ has a three year warranty on there screens. Bad: -Not nearly as bright as traditional monitors -IPS screens in general and this one very much bleeds light out of the corners. -Trade of slim bezel smooth looking design for weakness and the potential of dust getting under the screen while cleaning -Speakers are awful but what can you expect. For who it was bought for its having sound where they don't now. My goal was to set up a dual monitor situation for my home office. So I wanted to have a matching set for ease of use and matching the screen settings. So I will be buying a second one to finish the pair. So even though this will be used on my business center, I first hooked it up to my gaming rig and did a little bit of photo rendering to see if I like the screen. I would use this with confidence for gaming , especially for working with photos. Games and pictures look much more vivid. I think the biggest drawback is how dark it appears in a dark room. I am still working with the settings a bit. I watched a Kong skull island on here, to test the special effects scenes, the bleeding on a wide screen with the black bars on top and bottom really, really stick out. You can definitely see corner bleeding. That being said the quality of the video was great, so it was a trade off. I would not watch TV on here much, or at least without getting some speakers anyway. I wanted to keep the price down and still get a quality product, I feel this was good fit.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;First IPS computer monitor;;Amazon Customer;;;Its a great product, I purchased 3 of them for a triple monitor setup on my current workstation. All three have very vibrant colors that pop well. The IPS model has amazing viewing angles. Have also done some gaming on them, they work great with my crossfire eyefinity setup. I did an unboxing and review of these on my Youtube channel if you are interested my Youtube channel is "Tech Sumo" and the video name is "BenQ GW2480 - Unboxing and Review - Eyefinity Setup".;;Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;BenQ GW2480 Review;;Micah;;;Pros: Works great and as advertised. I use it for gaming; response & lag time are no issues at all. I benefit as well from the improved viewing angles (had a TN monitor before). Have had it for ~2 months now with 0 issues. Settings are a breeze to change and the menus are intuitive to browse through. I work from home as well and have stared at excel sheets on here for hours with minimal eye strain so whatever their eye care system does it works. Cons: Brightness was a little much for me at first. Had to turn it all the way down and still thought it was too bright but I've gotten used to it.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;A little bright at first but wonderful monitor.;;Gage

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bill - Reviewed in the United States on December 28, 2018
Very good quality
Working as a programmer, I constantly had headaches before due to the eye fatigue. Then this "eye-care" monitor caught my attention, I just wanted to try and see whether it works, if not I will return. It indeed helped my eye problem. I tried many monitors at work, cheap and expensive ones, to find one that will help my symptoms, I found a few, but the price is either very high or many of them require a better computing setup to utilize their full potentials. For example, the best one I used is Dell 4K ISP, but it cost over $500 (2018) and it's on sale. Other brands are good, but I slowly realize it's just a brand many of them use the same manufactory. So the price is basically depending on how popular the brand is. BenQ is not a very familiar brand in the US, but I used to have a BenQ laptop I really like, so I had a very positive feeling about this brand. At the moment of purchase, I had about 3 options: this monitor, a Dell one, and an Acer one. I had an Acer monitor before and it's bad, it looks really nice, but when you used it, you will know it's "cheap". Back in 2015 the Acer monitor costed about the same price as this one, not worth it. Dell one was more expensive, about $400 dollars and 4K, however, I know 4K monitor normally requires a better setup, I had a mac mini (last generation) at home, it doesn't support 4K, why bother to spend so much for that. This monitor is as it described on its amazon page. I just got it about a few days, and after a day of work, and then use this monitor at home, I didn't develop the headaches i used to have. Hope it's a durable one also.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Evan - Reviewed in the United States on December 6, 2018
Great for Photo Editing
I am replacing my old iMac with a new PC but was very worried about finding a comparable screen for a reasonable price. I did a lot of research, read lists of "budget" editing screens, most of which were $300-$1000 -- still out of my current budget. Finally after reading tons of reviews on amazon I decided to try this one out and I am very pleased with this purchase! I got the 24 inch and played around with the settings a bit but really it was pretty great straight out of the box. I photograph portraits and weddings and I have a very vibrant style. Because of that I needed to make sure the color was pretty spot-on. I had used my husbands computer to edit a few times and found out the hard way that his screens color was way off and it can make peoples skin tones look sickly. So as soon as I get the monitor set up I pulled up images on both my iMac and the new BenQ screen and they looked very close! We actually noticed that my iMac whites are a little warmer so I pulled out a bunch of prints I have had made and started comparing and the BenQ seemed to be even More accurate to what my prints looked like! A lot of people complained that this screen is too bright, but I don't know if they have changed it since those reviews were written... it didn't seem too bright to me at all, I have it set to 100 brightness. Another reviewer posted settings to match the iMac display, but when I put the brightness level to 50 it was wayyy below the brightness of my iMac. So, I kept the settings pretty close to the automatic settings, I adjusted the gamma a little and a couple other things here and there. So I am very happy with this purchase, I will be sure to update if I have any issues or anything else to add!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2019
First IPS computer monitor
Good: -Its noticablly more colorful than traditional TN LED monitors -LIghtweight ultra slim bezel is sharp looking. -Blue light and zero flicker -Vesa mountable (which I use a dual monitor set -up) -I personally haven't seen any limitations in lag or sloppy response times yet. I have my settings maxed in the games I play. BenQ has a three year warranty on there screens. Bad: -Not nearly as bright as traditional monitors -IPS screens in general and this one very much bleeds light out of the corners. -Trade of slim bezel smooth looking design for weakness and the potential of dust getting under the screen while cleaning -Speakers are awful but what can you expect. For who it was bought for its having sound where they don't now. My goal was to set up a dual monitor situation for my home office. So I wanted to have a matching set for ease of use and matching the screen settings. So I will be buying a second one to finish the pair. So even though this will be used on my business center, I first hooked it up to my gaming rig and did a little bit of photo rendering to see if I like the screen. I would use this with confidence for gaming , especially for working with photos. Games and pictures look much more vivid. I think the biggest drawback is how dark it appears in a dark room. I am still working with the settings a bit. I watched a Kong skull island on here, to test the special effects scenes, the bleeding on a wide screen with the black bars on top and bottom really, really stick out. You can definitely see corner bleeding. That being said the quality of the video was great, so it was a trade off. I would not watch TV on here much, or at least without getting some speakers anyway. I wanted to keep the price down and still get a quality product, I feel this was good fit.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Micah - Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2018
BenQ GW2480 Review
Its a great product, I purchased 3 of them for a triple monitor setup on my current workstation. All three have very vibrant colors that pop well. The IPS model has amazing viewing angles. Have also done some gaming on them, they work great with my crossfire eyefinity setup. I did an unboxing and review of these on my Youtube channel if you are interested my Youtube channel is "Tech Sumo" and the video name is "BenQ GW2480 - Unboxing and Review - Eyefinity Setup".

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Gage - Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2018
A little bright at first but wonderful monitor.
Pros: Works great and as advertised. I use it for gaming; response & lag time are no issues at all. I benefit as well from the improved viewing angles (had a TN monitor before). Have had it for ~2 months now with 0 issues. Settings are a breeze to change and the menus are intuitive to browse through. I work from home as well and have stared at excel sheets on here for hours with minimal eye strain so whatever their eye care system does it works. Cons: Brightness was a little much for me at first. Had to turn it all the way down and still thought it was too bright but I've gotten used to it.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bill - Reviewed in the United States on December 28, 2018
Very good quality
Working as a programmer, I constantly had headaches before due to the eye fatigue. Then this "eye-care" monitor caught my attention, I just wanted to try and see whether it works, if not I will return. It indeed helped my eye problem. I tried many monitors at work, cheap and expensive ones, to find one that will help my symptoms, I found a few, but the price is either very high or many of them require a better computing setup to utilize their full potentials. For example, the best one I used is Dell 4K ISP, but it cost over $500 (2018) and it's on sale. Other brands are good, but I slowly realize it's just a brand many of them use the same manufactory. So the price is basically depending on how popular the brand is. BenQ is not a very familiar brand in the US, but I used to have a BenQ laptop I really like, so I had a very positive feeling about this brand. At the moment of purchase, I had about 3 options: this monitor, a Dell one, and an Acer one. I had an Acer monitor before and it's bad, it looks really nice, but when you used it, you will know it's "cheap". Back in 2015 the Acer monitor costed about the same price as this one, not worth it. Dell one was more expensive, about $400 dollars and 4K, however, I know 4K monitor normally requires a better setup, I had a mac mini (last generation) at home, it doesn't support 4K, why bother to spend so much for that. This monitor is as it described on its amazon page. I just got it about a few days, and after a day of work, and then use this monitor at home, I didn't develop the headaches i used to have. Hope it's a durable one also.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Evan - Reviewed in the United States on December 6, 2018
Great for Photo Editing
I am replacing my old iMac with a new PC but was very worried about finding a comparable screen for a reasonable price. I did a lot of research, read lists of "budget" editing screens, most of which were $300-$1000 -- still out of my current budget. Finally after reading tons of reviews on amazon I decided to try this one out and I am very pleased with this purchase! I got the 24 inch and played around with the settings a bit but really it was pretty great straight out of the box. I photograph portraits and weddings and I have a very vibrant style. Because of that I needed to make sure the color was pretty spot-on. I had used my husbands computer to edit a few times and found out the hard way that his screens color was way off and it can make peoples skin tones look sickly. So as soon as I get the monitor set up I pulled up images on both my iMac and the new BenQ screen and they looked very close! We actually noticed that my iMac whites are a little warmer so I pulled out a bunch of prints I have had made and started comparing and the BenQ seemed to be even More accurate to what my prints looked like! A lot of people complained that this screen is too bright, but I don't know if they have changed it since those reviews were written... it didn't seem too bright to me at all, I have it set to 100 brightness. Another reviewer posted settings to match the iMac display, but when I put the brightness level to 50 it was wayyy below the brightness of my iMac. So, I kept the settings pretty close to the automatic settings, I adjusted the gamma a little and a couple other things here and there. So I am very happy with this purchase, I will be sure to update if I have any issues or anything else to add!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2019
First IPS computer monitor
Good: -Its noticablly more colorful than traditional TN LED monitors -LIghtweight ultra slim bezel is sharp looking. -Blue light and zero flicker -Vesa mountable (which I use a dual monitor set -up) -I personally haven't seen any limitations in lag or sloppy response times yet. I have my settings maxed in the games I play. BenQ has a three year warranty on there screens. Bad: -Not nearly as bright as traditional monitors -IPS screens in general and this one very much bleeds light out of the corners. -Trade of slim bezel smooth looking design for weakness and the potential of dust getting under the screen while cleaning -Speakers are awful but what can you expect. For who it was bought for its having sound where they don't now. My goal was to set up a dual monitor situation for my home office. So I wanted to have a matching set for ease of use and matching the screen settings. So I will be buying a second one to finish the pair. So even though this will be used on my business center, I first hooked it up to my gaming rig and did a little bit of photo rendering to see if I like the screen. I would use this with confidence for gaming , especially for working with photos. Games and pictures look much more vivid. I think the biggest drawback is how dark it appears in a dark room. I am still working with the settings a bit. I watched a Kong skull island on here, to test the special effects scenes, the bleeding on a wide screen with the black bars on top and bottom really, really stick out. You can definitely see corner bleeding. That being said the quality of the video was great, so it was a trade off. I would not watch TV on here much, or at least without getting some speakers anyway. I wanted to keep the price down and still get a quality product, I feel this was good fit.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Micah - Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2018
BenQ GW2480 Review
Its a great product, I purchased 3 of them for a triple monitor setup on my current workstation. All three have very vibrant colors that pop well. The IPS model has amazing viewing angles. Have also done some gaming on them, they work great with my crossfire eyefinity setup. I did an unboxing and review of these on my Youtube channel if you are interested my Youtube channel is "Tech Sumo" and the video name is "BenQ GW2480 - Unboxing and Review - Eyefinity Setup".

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Gage - Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2018
A little bright at first but wonderful monitor.
Pros: Works great and as advertised. I use it for gaming; response & lag time are no issues at all. I benefit as well from the improved viewing angles (had a TN monitor before). Have had it for ~2 months now with 0 issues. Settings are a breeze to change and the menus are intuitive to browse through. I work from home as well and have stared at excel sheets on here for hours with minimal eye strain so whatever their eye care system does it works. Cons: Brightness was a little much for me at first. Had to turn it all the way down and still thought it was too bright but I've gotten used to it.