Build and Design.
DVI and VGA ports.
Good customization options.
Average display quality.
Enhancement algorithms don't help at all.
Leaves a lot to be desired.
Uneven performance that requires tuning.
By AsiaOne on October 16, 2009
A good budget display which supports 1,080p video output. This makes it perfect for connecting to a Sony PS3 or other HDMI-enabled gadgets....-
By TechRadar on July 30, 2009
The BenQ E2200HD is a very affordable monitor and represents great value for money. As well as being one of the cheapest choices available, it also delivers an impressive 21.5-inch display with more than enough connection options for most users. The...70
By PCWorld New Zealand on July 29, 2009
These are rich times indeed for those in pursuit of a modestly priced but surprisingly effective flat-panel. The BenQ E2220HD is such a device, not that you’d know it was cheap to look at it. Its subtle curves give it an air of quality that belies...90
By PCWorld India on June 27, 2009
Add HDMI, speakers and snazzier looks to the BenQ G2220HD, and you have the E2200HD. Worth Rs. 2,000 more?...77
By Trusted Reviews on March 18, 2009
Affordable Full HD 16:9 displays are all the rage these days. Today were looking at yet another 22in (or 21.5in to be exact) model following after the award-winning , and BenQs own . The latter of these is the most significant, since the...80
By PC Pro on March 06, 2009
A high-resolution 22in TFT with accurate colours, attractive design and a very enticing price....100
By TechTree on December 22, 2008
The BenQ E2200HD will cost you about Rs. 12,500 and with a 3-year warranty. For that price what youll get is the cheapest Full HD 16:9 screen (available in this country) that will predominantly work as your monitor but with the HDMI port, it allows...70
By Tech2 on December 13, 2008
The E2200 HD as we have already mentioned is a full HD TN panel with a 16:9 resolution of 1920x1080, has a 5ms response time (2ms Grey to Grey) and has a contrast ratio of 1000:1 (DCR of 10,000:1). We tested the monitor after calibrating it with...90
By Good Gear Guide on November 07, 2008
Consider this monitor if you want a larger resolution for the home or office, but don’t want a huge monitor to dwarf you as you sit at your desk. Maybe give it a miss if you’re a gamer, as you might notice too much blurring....85
By AnandTech on November 04, 2008
These two new 1080P LCDs from BenQ are very similar in many respects, so at first glance you might think its simply a case of deciding how much you want to spend and whether or not the extra screen size is worth the money. After we dug a little...-