Today we will go through the Benq PV270 review. The Benq PV270 review is structured four sections.
Benq PV270 Specs
LCD Size (inch): 27″
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Resolution (max.): 2560×1440
Display Area (mm): 596.7×335.6
Pixel Pitch (mm): 0.233
Brightness (Typical): 250 nits
Native Contrast ( typ. ): 1000:1
DCR (Dynamic Contrast Ratio) (typ.): 20M:1
Panel Type: IPS
Response time: 5ms (GTG)
Display Colors: 1.07 Billion
Color Gamut: 100% Rec. 709/sRGB, 99% AdobeRGB, 96% DCI-P3
Color Bit: 10-bits
USB: USB 3.0 with card reader (2*downstream, 1*upstream)
HDMI: 1.4 x 1
DP Input: 1.2 x 1
Mini DP Input: 1.2 x 1
Headphone Jack: Yes
Palette Master Element: Yes
Color Display Clone: Yes (Windows OS required and only works under Calibration mode)
Support OS: Win 7 32/64bit or above , Mac OS X 10.6.8 or above
Hor. Frequency (KHz): 30~89Khz
Ver. Frequency (Hz): 50~76 Hz
Video Bandwidth (MHZ) : 300M Hz
Support Calibrator: X-Rtie i1 Display Pro / i1 Pro /I1 Pro 2
24P Real Cinema: Yes (Only support with HDMI)
PIP/PBP : Yes
Black Level: Yes
Flicker-free Technology: Yes
Color Temperature: Reddish / Normal / Bluish / user mode
3D-LUT: Yes (14 bits 3D LUT)
Delta E: ≤1.5
Brightness Uniformity: Yes
Backlight Sensor: Yes
Color Temperature Sensor: Yes
Eco Sensor: Yes
Eye Protect Sensor: Yes
VESA Wall Mounting: Yes
Touch Control Key Yes
USB Hub USB 3.0 with card reader (2*downstream, 1*upstream)
Card Reader Yes
AC Switch: Yes
Tilt (down/up): -5°/20°
Power Supply (90~264 AC): Built-in, Power Consumption (On mode): 73W, Power Consumption (Power saving mode): <0.5W, Power Consumption (Off mode): <0.5W, Power Consumption 51.77W (Uniformity on) Windows® 7 Compatible: Yes, Windows® 8 Compatible: Yes, Windows® 8.1 Compatible: Yes, Windows® 10 Compatible: Yes Technicolor: Yes
Benq PV270 has a good picture quality. The QHD resolution is great and can offer a very pleasing viewing experience. The contrast ratio isn’t that good, which can affect colors, however this monitor has an IPS panel that compensates that. Also with 1.07 billion colors available, you don’t need to worry much about the color accuracy. Benq PV270 has a good response time which makes this monitor good for playing games. However, this monitor is not designed specifically for playing games. So if playing games is all you do, you should go for a gaming monitor. We will give 5/5 points for the Benq PV270 review part of the picture quality.
Benq PV270 is also loaded with different features. It has the flicker free tech that will make the pictures run smoothly on the screen. It also has all the essential connectivity and has also built-in speakers, which is great. Also it has eye protecting technology implemented so your eyes won’t get that tired after all. We will give 4.5/5 points for the Benq PV270 review part of the features.
Benq PV270 also has a very good design. The color looks good but the frame is kind of thick. The flexibility is good too, so you can even turn the monitor in portrait mode if you want to. The stander looks good also and it not exaggerated. We will give 5/5 points for the Benq PV270 review part of the design.
Benq PV270 Review Price
Our review price for Benq PV270 was $899 as of August 2017 which is a good price. We will give 4/5 points for the Benq PV270 review part of the price.
Benq PV270 is not a bad monitor at all. It should be fine for home or office use. However, if you’re all about playing games you should go for a gaming monitor. Or if you are doing color critical work you should go for a different monitor. We hope our Benq PV270 review has been helpful to you.
Should I buy Benq PV270?
We made the Benq PV270 review because this is a fine monitor. However, we also recommend taking a look at this other monitor Samsung C27H711.