BenQ EX2780Q

Based on 112 reviews

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  • Great for gaming
  • Good speaker system
  • HDR support
  • Remote control
  • Affordable price


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BenQ EX2780Q Review
But the BenQ adds a sweet sound system and handles HDR (both DisplayHDR and BenQ's HDRi enhancement) like a boss. For its ability to handle games, video, and photos while providing superior audio—the best I've heard on a computer monitor in recent years—and extras like a remote control, the BenQ EX2780Q also earns our Editors' Choice as an all-around entertainment monitor with a focus on gaming. BenQ's EX2780Q is primarily a gaming monitor, but its punchy sound system and deft handling of HDR make it a winning all-around screen for general entertainment, too
Tony Hoffman
4 months ago
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\- The lack of DSC, IMO, is right at being a deal killer for me, I will see what happens in the next couple of weeks, though I didn't buy this to have Chroma subsampling! It also should have ULMB support as well. \- The ports on the back are extremely difficult to access, foolishly so. The bottom lip of the monitor in the rear serves no purpose other than to really crimp the shit out of your cables.
Amazing monitor! Perfect for next gen consoles!
I’m writing an honest review, I’m not paid or sponsored (I wish). To cut right to the chase, this monitor is amazing and worth every penny. Once I learned the specs of the PS5 I started to research monitors pretty heavily. For background purposes I mainly play FPS, or Call of Duty, so I prefer to ga...
Philip A
2 years ago
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I have a BenQ EX2780Q the stand is micro sized in comparison and much more stable, with little to no wobble. I hope they do away with the two-legged stands going forward.
Gigabyte AORUS FI27Q-X is coming!! The next QHD 240Hz IPS new model :)
I won't look for another unless I need one. I'm very satisfied with my Ex2780Q, others might be satisfied with their GL850, x27, x35, XB273K etc.
A MONITOR FOR ALL! 1440p -144hz -IPS BenQ EX2780Q Review
So all in all the BenQ x27 eight EQ right here, and where do I place it?
The Techne
4 months ago
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I recently purchased a BenQ EX2780Q monitor, but unfortunately, there is about a three-to-four second delay between me playing a song or a video or any kind of audio and the monitor turning on the speakers. This happens both with the USB-C display port and with the HDMI port.
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Fantastic Monitor - Exceptional Quality
The screen is nearly bezzless on the three sides, outside of the bottom which houses the front firing speakers, looks comparable to others, it's actually stylish looking, rustic to a degree. I had the AD27QD and sent it back for this, had it for nearly a month. Gigabyte does an amazing job with supp...
Jesse P
3 years ago
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This is the monitor to own if you own a PS5 and want that 120Hz. No problems with it whatsoever, works perfectly. I was able to snag it for $219. I recommend getting the 24.5" (EX2510) over the 27" for a higher pixel density. Works with a standard VESA 100x100 mount, but the stand it comes with is p...
2 years ago
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Which of these monitors for gaming/content consumption?
Out of the two, BenQ just did a better job tuning the panel. In my region, the LG retails for $296, and the BenQ retails for $502. The EX2780Q is a competitor against the LG 27GN880, but definitely not the 27GN800.


Display Type

LED-backlit LCD monitor / TFT active matrix

Energy Class

Class G

Energy Class (HDR)

Class G

Energy Consumption per Year

49 kWh