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Cheapest BenQ XL2730Z Price in Singapore is S$ 927.00

The BenQ XL2730Z is now available in Singapore. The cheapest BenQ XL2730Z price in Singapore is S$ 927.00 from SGPCMart. BenQ XL2730Z price details are updated July 2019.

BenQ XL2730Z Price Guide

Price List by Country for BenQ XL2730Z

Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 9.065.000 S$ 883.00
Singapore SGD 927.00 S$ 927.00
Vietnam VND 14.490.000 S$ 850.00

BenQ XL2730Z Specs

Screen Size 27"
Display Resolution 597 x 336pixels
Panel Type TN
Shape Straight
Response Time 1ms
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Refresh Rate 44Hz
Brightness 350cd/m²
Dynamic Contrast Ratio 12000000:1
Static Contrast Ratio 1000:1
View Angle Horizontal 160°
View Angle Vertical 170°
Pixel Pitch 0.23mm
DisplayPort 1
USB 3.0 No
USB 2.0 No
Dimension Without Stand (W x H x D) 417 x 634 x 226mm
Dimension With Stand (W x H x D) 557 x 634 x 226mm
Weight 7.5kg
3D Support No
Intergrated Speaker No
Tilt Function Yes
Headphone Output Yes
Touchscreen No
Compatibility No
Height Adjustable Yes
Pivotable  Yes
Swivel Function Yes

Reviews of BenQ XL2730Z
Reviewed on 2015-09-16
Gamers will like this BenQ XL2730Z monitor. Not only does it support AMD FreeSync for a smooth gaming experience (with a compatible AMD graphics card), but also it has a number of features that cater to gamers.For example, you can hang your headset on a r...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-23
This BenQ XL2730Z gaming monitor was provided by BenQ for review purposes. I will be reviewing the build construction, picture quality, and overall technical performance of the XL2730Z.For a while now, Nvidia's G-SYNC technology has changed the entire PC...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-08
The BenQ XL2730Z is a 144hz display with 2560×1440 ( 1440p monitor ) resolution. It is based on a TN panel with 8-bit color depth and a 1ms response time. The specs on this gaming monitor make it a direct competitor to the G-Sync ready ASU...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-23
Supports AMD's FreeSync technology. Lots of video inputs. USB hub. Quad HD resolution. Excellent gaming performance in testing.
Expensive. Narrow viewing angles
BenQ has been manufacturing outstanding gaming monitors for years and continues that trend with the XL2730Z ($599). This 27-inch display pairs Twisted Nematic (TN) panel technology with AMD's FreeSync dynamic-refresh technology to deliver excellent gaming...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-29
Most of the hardware you are using to build your new gaming desktop PC is somehow “pre-chosen” or you are at least well aware of what you want in your setup. When it comes to CPUs, the only options are AMD or Intel and the same goes for the GPUs – NVIDIA...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-29
Most of the hardware you are using to build your new gaming desktop PC is somehow “pre-chosen” or you are at least well aware of what you want in your setup. When it comes to CPUs, the only options are AMD or Intel and the same goes for the GPUs – NVIDIA...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-23
Comparison of overdrive response in first round FreeSync displays. Images should look like the ROG Swift (left), which was correctly applying overdrive.While AMD apparently fixed a portion of this problem in a subsequent driver update, getting overdrive t...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-24
For our first chance to examine AMD's FreeSync, BenQ sent us its brand-new XL2730Z, and we're running it through our demanding suite. Last August we got our first look at a G-Sync-capable gaming monitor – the Asus ROG Swift PG278Q. By matching incoming...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-30
Good colour performance overall with a bit of tweaking, with a fairly rich and inviting look which easily surpasses the expectations set by other XL Series monitors. The 2560 x 1440 resolution is also a welcome addition, A good contrast performance overal...
Terrible out of the box image quality, as expected. The screen surface and TN viewing angle restrictions held back the vibrancy potential a bit and prevented the image having the same ‘pop' as lighter screen surfaces or consistent richness of some other p...
BenQ's XL series is revered the world over for providing an exceptionally fluid and responsive gaming experience. Marketed as being built ‘for gamers, by gamers' models such as the XL2420Z are favourites amongst competitive gamers. Even users who would co...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-30
TN panel packs high gaming performance, WQHD resolution is excellent for gaming and regular use, Great black levels and super bright backlight, Lots of useful picture tweaks (blur reduction, low blue light, etc.), Builtin USB 3.0 hub and audio in/out, Ove...
TN panel isn't great for color accuracy or viewing angles, Lacks any standout cosmetic features, Pull out headphone stand is cheaply made, Integrated headphone jack performance is weak, Expensive
BenQ has been the official sponsor of MLG's displays for the past few years, and the brand is a popular choice among gamers for both console and PC displays.At this year's Consumer Electronics Show 2015, I stumbled upon BenQ's new XL2730Z, a 27″ model des...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-13
I get a little bit too excited about monitors these days, to be honest. The market for desktop PC displays has traditionally been sleepy and slow-moving, but things have changed in the past year or so. Pixel densities and display quality are up generally...
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Reviewed on 2018-05-05
As gamers, we love high resolution textures and fast refresh rates. BenQ has delivered the 144Hz 2650x1440 XL2730Z at a price point within reach of many gaming enthusiasts.In the past, 144Hz was available at 1080p but that resolution on any panel larger t...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-22
So what separates a ‘gaming monitor' from your normal display? Usually, one or more of the following: Playing games at 120Hz or 144Hz allows you to play them at 120fps or 144fps, and with twice the frequency of updates everything feels more fluid, smooth...
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