BenQ is a multi-national company that sells and markets a range of electronic technology products across the world. Founded in 2001, the company follows the philosophy “Bringing Enjoyment ‘N’ Quality to Life” this philosophy is incorporated in their range of super crisp HD gaming monitors.
BenQ features some of the best gaming monitors which run flawlessly, fulfilling your gaming needs. They build high-intensity graphics that allow you to push your gaming to the next dimension - They are developed by gamers, for gamers. Many of the TVs are ready to plug and play out of the box, simply connect to an HDMI port and power outlet, and you are ready to play! At Fierce PC we are here to help.
If you have any questions or queries choosing the perfect monitor and other accessories for your gaming setup, simply get in touch with our friendly support team. You can get in touch via email, or call us directly for instant support. At Fierce PC, customer satisfaction is important to us. We go the extra mile to ensure you have the right computer peripherals that will allow you to take your gaming to the next level.
The GW2470H VA LED monitor brings viewing pleasure to everyday work and play with exquisite details on the exterior and striking visual performance delivered by 3000:1 high contrast ratio, 178°/178°wide-viewing angle, dual HDMI and BenQ's eye-caring design, which consists of BenQ‘s Flicker-free technology and Low Blue Light modes.
Build with an LED backlight panel, 16:9 100% dot-to-dot image quality, high adjustment stand and BenQ’s exclusive Senseye® Technology to offer you the best viewing quality at all times. With the GL2450HT LED monitor, things are certainly looking great!
Whether you're catching up on the latest show on the Internet or viewing documents, the BenQ GL2760H LED monitor is the perfect choice for you in style! Featuring dynamic ratio of 12M:1, Flicker-free, and response time of 2ms, this 27W 16:9 LED monitor delivers you the audiovisual enjoyment. LED backlighting offers significant advantages over the CCFL technology used in older LCD monitors.