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BenQ V2410 LED Monitor review

BenQ V2410: Back In Black

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Overall rating 8/10
Design:
8
Features:
8
Performance:
8
Value:
8.5
THE GOOD
Affordable 24-inch display
Decent performance for its price
THE BAD
Unadjustable height
Tricky balance between blacks and finer details


BenQ V2410 - Conclusion

The Final Word 

Cost wise, the 24-inch V2410 is arguably a shade cheaper than 1080p LED-backlit panels floating around in the same class. Strangely enough, BenQ has managed to yank the V2410's retail price down to S$399 in a matter of months since the V2400's release (the V2400 was going for S$599). While we don't have any major gripes In the design department, perhaps BenQ could take a page from our books and engineer their future models with an adjustable height option. That'll be nice.

As for image reproduction, it's no surprise that the two models are pretty much like peas and carrots. While we can't say the entry-level V2410 is a maestro at providing attention to detail, it does have its own merits like a truthful color rendition and ability to display tiny fonts concisely. Slight compression artifacts did surface on DisplayMate but it isn't the worst we've seen. All things considered, the penny-saving V2410 is an agreeable solution for everyday use like surfing the web or basic photo editing, for example. Point is, just don't expect stellar display quality for your Full-HD moments, but you won't be let-down either.