Solid BenQ‘s G2320HDB is a 23-inch 1080p LCD monitor sporting a 1920 x 1080 resolution, brightness of 300 cd/m2 and a 5ms response time (on/off) and a fast 2ms GTG (grey-to-gray) response time. Dynamic contrast ratio is stated to be 40,000:1–don’t read too much into this spec but do pay attention to the static contrast ratio of 1000:1, quite good. Viewing angles are a bit limited at 170/160 thanks to the use of a TN TFT LCD panel. Connectivity is solid with VGA, DVI-D and HDMI (1.3) ports.Â You can only tilt the G2320HDB down (20 degrees) and up (5 degrees).
Marketing There are many marketing labels attached to the G2320HDB: Q-Pilot, Senseye+Photo Image Technology, and AMA (Advanced Motion Accelerator). The Q-Pilot is the name for BenQ’s OSD (on-screen display) and the company touts its ease-of-use. The Senseye+Photo Image Technology are five presets for optimized pictures for different content. AMA boosts response.
Regular BenQ combines a lot of style with solid functionality in the G2320HDB. Style does count for a lot these days, but aside from style and a few clever names, it looks to be a regular 23-inch LCD monitor.