The settings of the monitor are adjusted using a joystick at the bottom of the monitor. It's easy to reach, precise and all the controls are displayed on the screen. The OSD menu is clear and understandable.
It is made from plastic, but feels robust and solid. The back is white and the foot has a silver metallic finish. The stand has a large footprint, but should fit on most of the tables and still feel stable. Overall it looks premium more expensive than it actually is.
The 21:9 aspect ratio, 3440x1440 resolution adds horizontal space which helps with productivity. It allows for two apps to be open at the same time without turning them into a tall, skinny rectangle where you need to scroll back and forth (or, you could have 3 tall skinny windows open at once).
With an HDMI 2.0, MHL, DisplayPort, Mini DisplayPort, and a DisplayPort out port for easy Daisychaining, the U3415W has lots of connectivity options. It also has 4 USB 3.0 ports for connecting a mouse, keyboard, and other peripherals to the monitor instead of the computer, allowing for easier acce...
Not all content will stretch well to fit the Ultrawide resolution. Games or videos that don't support the resolution will have vertical black bars on the left and right sides of the screen which take away the benefit of having an Ultrawide monitor.
The G2460VWQ6 can cover the vast majority of the sRGB coverage, with only a very small part of sRGB that remaining unrepresented. However, this display performs a lot better than the sRGB color space in the green corner of RGB-color system, which results in a bit more vibrant images.
When viewing the screen in a fairly dark room, some backlight bleeding might be visible towards the bottom of the display. Backlight bleeding occurs when the panel can't block 100% of the light produced by the backlight, resulting in spots of lighter areas.
You can use 27 inch screen size of the monitor and adjust it accordingly. The monitor features built-in options to change the monitor view and switch between nine different screen sizes and aspect ratios.
The viewing angles of the BenQ XL2730Z aren't great, especially when viewing the screen on a vertical plane. In photographs of the display taken at a 45° vertical angle, color shifting and severe loss of brightness can clearly be seen.
The on-screen display and menu's of this AOC display are controlled via touch-sensitive controls on the base of the monitor. Due to the ultra-wide aspect ratio, the OSD can be a little bit awkard to control.