Below is the specification for the EW2440L as seen in the official product page.
Installation was a breeze, just a matter of assembling the neck to the base and firmly locked with a few screws.
The next is then placed on the monitor panel itself, then clasp into place with yet another screw.
Selling Points of the EW2440L
1. Flicker Free.
More details available at BenQ’s Flicker-Free page
There’s also the official video from BenQ
2. Low Blue Light (details at the BenQ Low Blue Light Page)
The human eye is an intricate piece of “biological hardware” and the capacity varies between individual and there are no 2 individuals that are alike. I’m sure some of you do come by people who have problem working long hours with a computer monitor, they get stressed out pretty fast.
The Flicker Free and Blue Light technology helps by reducing the strain on the eye, needless to say it allows you longer hours of productivity if need to.
the price looks good for the features but how about the sound quality? is it loud or barely able to listen to the speaker? that flicker free and low blue light sound like a good features but not sure if it good enough to replace my old trusty AOC 2236VW..
Does the EW2440L viewable screen size actually measure 23.6″ diagonal? I would prefer if it were 23.6 as I am trying to preserve pixel density going from a 17″ in 1280 x 1024.
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