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|Max Screen Resolution||2560x1440 pixels|
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BenQ PD2710QC 27" 2560x1440 IPS Designer Monitor, USB Type-C, 100% sRGB Eye-Care Minimal Bezel Edge to Edge BLACK/SILVER , 60Hz refresh rate
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- 100% sRGB and Rec.709 color space with IPS technology: brilliant colors and wide viewing angle.Windows Compatible:Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7
- 2560x1440 QHD resolution: enjoy greater image Detail (109 ppi) and crystal clear pictures
- USB-C docking Station: charge your Device, transfer data, transmit Audio and video, and connect to the internet, all through one USB-C cable
- Darkroom, CAD/cam and animation Display modes: revolutionary modes bring out the details of intricate designs into view
- Eye-care technology: Low Blue light and flicker-free technology reduce eye discomfort
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USB Power Delivery
Power and charge your laptop, tablet or mobile phone through the USB-C cable and connector (up to 61 W).
Enjoy fast data transfer rates up to 5 Gbps.
2K QHD Video Display
Display 2K QHD video from your notebook over a single USB-C* connector and cable.
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Daisy-Chain Configuration for Greater Productivity
The BenQ PD2710QC is a daisy-chaining* enabled display equipped with multi-stream transport technology (MST) allowing you to extend your notebook’s screen across several displays using DisplayPort output for a multiple monitor setup.
*The maximum number of displays for daisy-chaining is 4.
Slim Bezel Monitor (E2E)
Sporting an edge to edge slim bezel design on all four sides and space gray metal finishing, this beautifully crafted BenQ Designer Monitor offers a seamless visual experience and complements any working space.
PD2710QC’s ergonomic design supports a range of height, tilt, and pivot adjustments and allows a height adjustment of up to 18 cm, providing ample room to open up a 15 inch wide notebook below the display.
When using the display in a vertical orientation, the monitor’s smart screen orientation detector will auto-pivot screen contents so you can enjoy viewing pictures in its full context.
Fine Details Displayed For You
CAD/CAM mode offers superior contrast on lines and shapes of technical illustrations, bringing out the smallest details to view. For an incredible display performance, pair CAD/CAM mode with Pro/E, Solidworks, AutoCAD, CATIA or other CAD/CAM software.
Dark areas of images often become a problem for designers working with intricate designs. Animation mode enhances the brightness of dark areas without over-exposing bright image areas.
Animation mode offers 10 levels of display brightness so you can see every detail clearly in any ambient lighting.
Darkroom mode adjusts the brightness and contrast of images giving clarity and sharpness to details, creating the optimal setting for work in darker post-processing environments.
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|Display Resolution Maximum||2560x1440 pixels||2560x1440 pixels||3,686,400 pixels||2560x1440 pixels||2560x1440 pixels||2560 x 1440|
|Screen Size||27 in||27 in||27 in||27 in||27 in||27 in|
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A new level of sophistication awaits creative professionals. BenQ designer monitor PD2710QC is a visually stunning 27" 2K QHD monitor showcasing as BenQ first USB Type-C monitor. Dock a notebook to the external display's built-in USB-C docking station, easily tapping into a range of connectivity options without having the inconvenience of cables and a separate docking station. With 100% sRGB color space coverage, IPS screen technology and an impressive range of modes, you can craft every detail until it leads to brilliant work. Enjoy more room for incredible creations.
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Let's get this out of the way. This is who the PD2710QC is NOT for. It's overkill for a budget conscious casual user.. There are less pricey offerings that look nearly as good. Serious gamers may want a monitor with a higher refresh rate and larger contrast ratio, though 5ms and 1000:1 is pretty good. Also, if you want the clarity and viewing angle of a retina display (I have a 27" 5K iMac) you won't get it, though it is hard to find fault with this 2K, 109PPI beauty.
Unboxing and set-up is a breeze. The monitor quickly and securely latches into the docking station base, though they can be used separately if you want to mount the screen a different way. The monitor and docking station have separate plugs for power. Simply connect your laptop with the appropriate connector (I am using HDMI with the Envy), power up, and you're in business. Your computer should detect the BenQ and immediately put it to use. I recommend going directly to the BenQ website to download the drivers (RAR file) and Display Pilot utility before doing anything else. Display Pilot will guide your through the set-up process, and depending on your internet connection, all this shouldn't take more than half an hour, if you're efficient. It took me a little longer. I don't have easy access to a disc drive so I didn't use the included CD to set things up.
Once you're up and running, you have a lot of choices. While it doesn't swivel, it has a wide tilt range, can be raised or lowered a good distance, and it can even be rotated into portrait mode (auto-detectable when the drivers and utility are installed). Users can mirror (duplicate) your displays, extend them for more screen real estate, or just use one or the other. Offering usage options is where the BenQ PD2710QC really shines, with various modes for different tasks like CAD or "darkroom" editing, color modes, desktop partitioning, and much more. Display Pilot is a must here as the button controls located on the rear right of the monitor are not ergonomically placed and are challenging to use.
Other things I like about this BenQ include:
1) The non-glare, flicker-free, mat screen is easy on the eyes without sacrificing clarity or contrast.
2) It has built-in speakers that while not much better than most monitors, makes listening to music or watching videos enjoyable and convenient.
3) Speaking of videos, playback from sources like YouTube or streaming online sources is smooth, detailed, and jitter free.
4) The built-in Intel HD 620 graphics chip in my laptop has no problem handling this large monitor and the Envy's simultaneously.
5) The docking station really expands my laptop's functionality with high speed USB-C and other connectivity options.
As a full-time art director and a person who appreciates a quality monitor, I'm thrilled to be able to connect my laptop to the fantasic hardware. For a long time I've wanted a monitor that could swivel into portrait mode -- and now I have one (even if I'll rarely use that feature). I forsee getting many years of productive enjoyment from BenQ PD2710QC.
NOTE: The current Amazon listing states an incorrect resolution. The correct resolution is 2560x1440.
-Very good build quality. The exterior housing and stand feel very solid.
-Small bezel. Looks sleek on the desk.
-All the input options you could want - DP, mini-DP, and HDMI. Even has DP out for daisy chaining.
-Includes speakers. Standard monitor audio quality but it's very nice to have the option.
-Image quality is excellent. IPS panel is a good choice for general computing tasks. Gamers might prefer a different panel though.
-The dockable stand is a unique feature. It comes with its own power in the way of a large power brick. You can attach USB accessories and an ethernet cable to the dock, then connect the dock to your laptop via a usb-C.
-Stand does not swivel. It does rotate, tilt, and go up/down so it's pretty good overall.
-Buttons are hidden in the back and are difficult to use.
This is an excellent monitor. You are paying a premium for the unique dockable stand which is a bit of a niche feature. If you can use the dockable stand, go ahead and get this monitor. If not, Benq (and Acer, Asus, etc.) offers many cheaper monitors without this feature but otherwise just as good or better.
The BenQ IPS Designer Monitor is very easy to assemble. It comes expertly packed and everything was easy to get to and mostly "frustration free." I connected to my PC via HDMI and also connected the USB-C cable from the base to the PC. I was ready to go.
So, I power on the monitor and immediately, I noticed how vibrant and beautiful my Windows 10 desktop looked. I didn't have to calibrate right away. It simply looked amazing. The refresh rate blew me away, even with just simple desktop tasks. I then fired up STEAM and one of my favorite games, ALIEN: Isolation and it looked awesome. Makes me want to play the game again. 27" is a perfect size and easily helps Windows 10's often overlooked snap feature.
The docking station is a fantastic feature, even if you just use it for the additional ports. I tested the USB-C docking on an Acer tablet/Laptop and it worked perfectly and I was amazed how fast and easy it was. Mostly, I'll use it for the additional and easy to access USB ports. I do get a warning with each boot up that the Display Port speeds are not optimized for the USB-C connection but I've not encountered any issues with it. If you don't need the docking station/additional ports feature, there are other BenQ monitors with the same screen at a lower cost.
Call me impressed. I was in the ASUS/Dell camp for years on monitors. No longer...I may be a BenQ fan for life now.
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