26. July 2016 · Write a comment · Categories: GadgetyNews · Tags:

BenQ certainly have a monitor for everyone. Here at GadgetyNews we’ve reviewed a few high to mid spec screens but it is now time to check out something more entry level so we give you the GW2270H.

It is easy to get excited about the latest gaming panel or 4K display but not everyone needs, or wants that kind of monitor.

For instance, my needs are going to be different to someone who just nips online to update FaceSpace and Twitagram inbetween filing tax returns or making pie charts.

What we have here in the BenQ GW2270H, hopefully, is a no fuss but decent monitor.

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You might recall my news of AOC announcing their new line of premium gaming monitors – the AGON series. Now they have released its first model – the 27-inch (68.6 cm) AG271QX.

The AOC AGON AG271QX is powered by a high-speed TN panel at a native resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels.

It promises ultra-smooth images with a 144 Hz refresh rate and a response time of 1 ms, supported by Adaptive-Sync Technology (FreeSync compatible, at a 30-144 Hz range) that reduces stuttering and tearing – focusing on the best gaming performance.

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03. May 2016 · Write a comment · Categories: GadgetyNews · Tags: ,

MMD, the leading technology company and brand license partner for Philips Monitors, announces a new display with UltraClear 5K resolution – the first 5K display in the line-up.

With 14.7 million pixels (5,120 x 2,880), the Philips 275P4VYKEB display has 5K resolution. That’s packing four times as many pixels as Quad HD, and over 50 percent more than Ultra HD – delivering ultra-fine clarity and sharpness to amaze and delight even seasoned graphics professionals.

The new 27-inch display is also equipped with PerfectKolor Technology, which ensures factory-calibrated 99% Adobe RGB, 100% sRGB colour space and one billion colours.

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AGON is the new gaming monitor line-up which has just been launched by AOC, one of the global top brands in the display market.

“Developed for Awesomeness”, that’s the opening gambit from AOC. The AGON series has been created with the sole intention of delivering the utmost gaming features and outstanding designs to the vast community of professional and hardcore gamers.

Derived from ancient Greek, AGON stands for competition, clash and antagonism. These are the strong characteristics that AOC claims for their upcoming gaming monitor line-up.

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The BenQ BL2420Z monitor should not be confused with the BenQ XL2420Z gaming screen whose larger sibling, the XL2720Z, I reviewed back in October. The BL in the name shows that it is part of BenQ’s Business Line.

The BenQ BL24020Z gets a 23.8-inch AMVA panel, a thinner bezel and smaller stand foot-print than previous models, and a brushed metal effect texture on the base.

So, is this business machine fit for purpose or should it be given its P45 and told look for another job?

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