On paper, the BenQ EL2870U initially seems like the ideal entertainment and productivity monitor. It’s a stylish, flicker-free 28in 4K UHD display with a 1ms response time, AMD FreeSync and HDR 10 support, to list but a few of the highlights. And it’s available at a sub-£400 price that seems too good to be true. Indeed, digging a little deeper does reveal some limitations: we’re dealing with a TN panel here, which even in its best incarnations tends to limit viewing angles dramatically; and with a luminance spec of 300 cd/m2 (a measurement of brightness also known as nits), its high dynamic range (HDR) credentials merit some scepticism.
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