Benq VZ2250H monitor review

We recently received the Benq VZ2250H LED monitor @theunbiasedblog office and we were really excited to try it. But unfortunately, the monitor didn’t pick up any of the source we connected it with. We tried it with our MacBook Air, our Windows Laptop and tried different HDMI cables but it didn’t work.

Nevertheless we wanted to share our review (only unboxing, hardware details in this case) with our readers. The Benq VZ2250H LED is a 21 inch monitor with a Full HD 1080p resolution. It comes at a competitive price of INR 8500-10,000 depending on where you buy it from.

Here’s a quick look at the product:

As you would have noticed, the monitor looks elegant in a narrow black bezel design all around it. Unfortunately there is no ergonomic option other than a 0-20 degree down/up tilt. But to reduce the eye strain, it is equipped with FlickerFree technology. The base on which the monitor stands is easy to set up and like most of the display units available. There are a set of buttons on the front to control Input mode and accessing the OSD Menu. And all the ports – HDMI, VGA, Power, 3.5mm Audio Out are at the back.

In the box you get the monitor, HDMI cable, VGA cable and the power cable.

As we couldn’t test the display so we won’t be able to share anything about the performance/display or our unbiased verdict for this product. We will keep you posted as and when we will get to test this product again.

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