I am between this one and the Dell S2740L. Some pictures i saw in ncx's review are kind of putting me off this one. Too much black crush? Especially the head-on ones.
Compared to a fast TN the 750P's ghosting will be noticeable, but it is way faster than the F2380MX
The 750P's stand height was perfect for my desk.
VA panels have considerably less glow than IPS/PLS
That doesn't look to bad at all compared to an IPS screen, hardly looks noticeable when viewing it head on, when you say a fast TN panel, do you mean the 120/144hz panels and not the 60hz panels?
By fast TN I mean a 120-144hz monitor set to 60hz, such as the Samsung S23A700D/950D, Asus VG236H and Asus VG248QE.
VG248QE pixel response time measurements
This BenQ should be similar to the 750P. Notice the 16ms transition when the overdrive is off as well as the other fast transitions..
This older BenQ VA would be similar to the MX
I did some gaming last night and I was starting to really enjoy it and regretting it because of that stupid stand. I was ready to hacksaw that stand off and just use it as a sort of kickstand or something but then it came to me in a dream! I put the monitor in portrait mode and put it on it's side so now the monitor is in landscape but the stand is on the side. bahahaha! Unfortunately the buttons are on the bottom of the monitor so I need to find something to put under the monitor to raise it about an inch or so.
EDIT: I raised the monitor 3" and it's perfect now.
PRAD's Review is up for subscribers:
PRAD's unit had a 3,600:1 contrast ratio vs 4,800:1+ on the units PC Monitors & I reviewed. PRAD confirmed that the S27C750P does not use LED PWM Dimming.