If you\u2019re searching for a monitor that can double as a work and gaming monitor, then you should consider the BenQ GW2765HT. Equipped with features that will delight those on both ends, the GW2765HT can deliver powerful visuals while keeping a modest power consumption rate. Its focus on combating eye strain easily puts this monitor on our list of Best Monitor for Eyes and Best Gaming Monitor.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - BenQ GW2765HT\r\nThe BenQ GW2765HT combines the best of gaming and work laptops to bring high end specs that don\u2019t lead to a high price. Featuring a low blue light mode, this monitor helps to reduce eye strain so you can get more done.\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nFocusing on performance, the BenQ GW2765HT is a powerhouse that can only be beat by its own successor, the BenQ GW2280 Eye Care. However this monitor is still an impressive feat in itself. Thanks to its quad hd resolution, it can display up to one billion colors. With a 60 hz refresh rate and four ms response time, the BENQ GW2765H looks good for developers and designers, this may not be the monitor for you if you are looking for the absolute highest refresh rates.\r\nViewing Angle\r\nWith the BenQ GW2765HT being an IPS panel, viewing angles aren\u2019t going to be a problem. Coming in with a 178 degree viewing angle, you\u2019ll be able to utilize its color accuracy and clarity no matter where you look at it. Plus the included stand lets you adjust swivel and rotate to whatever position is best for you, even supporting vertical placement.\r\nDurability\r\nWhile the build quality of the BenQ GW2765HT is exceptional, there is one small detail that I can\u2019t help but point out. When it comes to the material used for the bezel, BenQ decided to use a glossy reflective material, and while it may have it\u2019s fans, I don\u2019t see enough reasons to justify using this over any other matte material. It is incredibly easy for dust to collect around these parts, and fingerprints stay wherever you touch them. Of course a simple wipe fixes this problem immediately, but customers shouldn't even have to do this in the first place. A monitor that doesn't feature this problem is the Dell UltraSharp U2412M.\r\nPorts\/Expandability\r\nThe BenQ GW2765HT comes equipped with d-sub , DVI, Displayport 1.2, and HDMI 1.4 ports. Finishing it off is a headphone jack and line in input. The choice of ports for this monitor is rather odd; especially when comparing it to the ViewSonic VA2855SMH.Granted while it has the expected DVI and HDMI ports, most of the other ports feel dated and unnecessary. Taking up space a USB port could have easily replaced.\r\nValue\r\nFar and away the most valuable part of the BenQ GW2765HT besides its picture quality is its tech used to help prevent eye strain. One of these features is the low blue light ability, without a majority of blue light being seen by your eyes, you don\u2019t have to worry about straining your eyes. Though if you don\u2019t wish to sacrifice color accuracy, there is always the anti-flicker setting.\r\nBenQ GW2765HT Wrap Up\r\nFor those who are looking for a monitor to use for media work related purposes, while also being a reliable gaming monitor, the BenQ GW2765HT offers plenty that makes it a serious contender. For its low price, this monitor offers quad HD resolution with remarkable color accuracy. It\u2019s emphasis on reducing eye strain more than makes up for its dust magnet of a bezel, and if the ports are something you don\u2019t mind, the BenQ GW2765HT is a solid contender.