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    BenQ reveals drive behind UK monitor push

    We speak to Carly Hill, product manager for displays.
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    Re: BenQ reveals drive behind UK monitor push

    My BenQ FP241WZ is still going strong after so many years. Looking forward to seeing what they bring out.

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    Re: BenQ reveals drive behind UK monitor push

    Really like what BenQ are doing. Had an XL2720T that had a minor issue with its colouring - contacted BenQ and they sent over the newer XL2720Z at no charge. Good guys.
    Just waiting on their Asus PG279Q and Acer X34 competitors

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    Re: BenQ reveals drive behind UK monitor push

    I've had a BenQ monitor for about 4 years now - good picture quality and design.

    How do you say it? "Benk" or "Ben Q"? Who is Ben Q?

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    4K @ 120Hz

    Lol..suddenly the 980Ti seems inadequate.

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    Re: BenQ reveals drive behind UK monitor push

    I loved my pair of Benq Senseye+photo 1680x1050

    I had a single Iiyama and then at work I got one of these Benq... then I stole another from my colleagues desk.. and then I got 2 for home too

    The height adjusters WORK, easily, simply spring loaded and they swivel vertical. Superb... if they'd not been so good I'd have upgraded years ago, but they simply work so well.

    I will be a Benq boy next time round I think

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    Re: BenQ reveals drive behind UK monitor push

    I have been through so many monitors recently and found the benq to be superior, even the cheaper ones are better than my 500 acer one which shocks me.
    It will take a lot to convert me away from benq now.

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    Re: BenQ reveals drive behind UK monitor push

    I will probably BENQ again when the time comes to upgrade. No quality or reliability problems with the 4 BENQ monitors I currently own. They do generally seem to be on the ball when it comes to having desirable specs. Not usually first to market but fairly priced and often well reviewed bits of kit when they do arrive.

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    Re: BenQ reveals drive behind UK monitor push

    I've had many brands over the years, but I've bought loads of Benq for my colleagues at work (I buy the IT kit for the company) and they are fantastic. No complaints. Good spec, great price.
    My next purchase will be one of their gaming monitors
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