Dealhacker: Get A BenQ 27-inch Monitor For $179

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While the sun may be setting on being able to easily buy stuff from, there are still some good deals to be found at the Australian Amazon outlet. I've been looking for a new display to go with a PC I'm playing with and this nice BenQ display has popped up at just the right time.

The BenQ 27 inch LED Eye-Care Monitor (GW2760HL) boasts 1920 x 1080 resolution with HDMI input and integrated speakers. For a productivity desktop, that's a pretty decent set up.

Amazon has the display on sale for just $179 - that's about $100 better than most other places I've spotted it.

BenQ says the GW2760HL has a 4ms GTG response time, support for a VESA 100mm mount and the built-in speakers and HDMI are completed by D-Sub and DVI connections. It also has a three-year BenQ warranty.

One of the neat features is the Low Blue Light Plus option that makes the display easier to read in low-light conditions. Although it lacks automatic sensing of the ambient light conditions, it's reasonably easy to change the setting to suit your work environment. Given I usually start work early in the day and try to keep the lights down to not disturb others at home before letting the natural light flow in to my work area, that pretty handy.

While the GW2760HL has been on the market for a while, it's still a solid performer and will suit the needs of most office workers and students.

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    Amazon link is dead. Also the deal is nowhere to be found on Amazon. And the product image is wrong.

      I don't know whether they fixed the article after your post but the link in the article works fine for me. Now if only I could login to Stupid confirmation code required email is taking so long to reach me the code expires before I can use it :(

      But hey, will be better to use than the US Amazon site...

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