BenQ Mobiuz EX2710 the 27-inch display

May 7, 2022 - 19:55
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BenQ Mobiuz EX2710 the 27-inch display

A 27-inch LED-backlit IPS LCD panel powers the monitor. The display promises a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels, indicating that it is a Full HD gadget with a pixel density of 81.59 PPI, which is no longer exceptional in today's market. According to current trends, the display is coated with a unique substance that distributes and absorbs external light.

The LEDs for backlighting were incorporated into the frame of the BenQ Mobiuz EX2710, resulting in Edge-LED backlighting. The variance in brightness between particular screen ranges might be as high as 18.5 percent, indicating that homogeneity is far from perfect. The model does not solve the brightness change with PWM, therefore the screen does not flicker, which is good news.

The gadget can handle high dynamic range content (HDR10 standard). It has a maximum brightness of 402.1 cd / m2, and the HDR effect is noticeable, but not outstanding.

According to our measurements, the minimum brightness is 4.8 cd / m2, which is a fully correct number that allows the gadget to be used in complete darkness so that its light is not disturbed even if someone is attempting to relax next to the user.

The device has a maximum frame rate of 144 Hz and supports FreeSync technology, which we tested with AMD's official demo software and various games and found to function properly.

IPS panels have generally done well in terms of viewing angle, and this is no exception: there is a slight loss of contrast around 165-170 degrees, but there is no inversion. The disparity, however, is not genuine.

The product has a genuine contrast of 1000: 1 according to official factory standards, but we only have about. We were able to get 800: 1 from it. The response time is 14 ms, which may be lowered to 2 ms (GTG) in four steps, and there is no bothersome recharge.

On paper, the monitor's integrated sound system sounds amazing, but the quality of the two 2.5-watt concealed speakers is far from satisfactory. The volume is sufficient to cover a little room with music, but the product does not crack effectively. The basses are invisible, there are no dynamics, and the overall effect is sterile and artificial.

Blue light protection

Activating this option considerably reduces the number of blue color components, which is beneficial because blue light is thought to have a long-term unsettling effect on the brain and can cause insomnia. This will make the image a little uglier, but the user will have a better experience as a result.

First and foremost, the BenQ Mobiuz EX2710 is a perfectly viable, user-friendly display. Its operation could be more comfortable; it's unfortunate that adjusting the parameters via software did not work well, but it can still be survived. The built-in sound system isn't a tremendous boom, but you're relieved that the speakers weren't spared, and most monitors are the same.

The resolution is decent, the motion display is excellent, and color accuracy is excellent with the proper settings. The reaction time is adequate, the input latency is acceptable, the refresh rate is not an issue, and FreeSync works properly, thus the Benq Mobiuz EX2710 is ready to play.