BenQ MOBIUZ EX240N 24“ FHD HDRi VA Gaming Monitor, 1920×1080, 165Hz (Supports 144Hz), 1ms MPRT, AMD FreeSync Premium, Built-in Speakers, Eye-care, Bezel-less

£147.80

  • 24-INCH DISPLAY: 165Hz refresh rate 1ms MPRT gaming monitor with 1920×1080 FHD resolution and AMD FreeSync Premium for smooth gameplay
  • IMAGE OPTIMIZATION: BenQ HDRi technology, Light Tuner, and Black eQualizer optimize image quality for better gaming experiences
  • SUPERIOR SOUND: Dynamic sound from two 2.5W speakers plus a DSP chip, treVolo audio w/ three custom sound modes
  • CONVENIENCE: 5-Way Navigator, Scenario Mapping, and Gaming Quick OSD offer easy control; tilt adjustable and Eye-Care for a better experience
  • CONNECTIVITY: HDMI and DP connectivity
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Additional information

Brand

‎BenQ

Product Dimensions

‎18.26 x 54 x 42.17 cm, 4.3 Kilograms

Item model number

‎EX240N

Manufacturer

‎BenQ

Series

‎EX240N

Colour

‎23.8 inch

Standing screen display size

‎23.8 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎1920×1080

resolution

‎1920 x 1080 Pixels

Processor Type

‎None

Computer Memory Type

‎DIMM

Number of HDMI Ports

‎1

Voltage

‎240 Volts

Are Batteries Included

‎No

Item Weight

‎4.3 kg

Guaranteed software updates until

‎unknown

Average Rating

4.00

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5648 Reviews For This Product

  1. 01

    by Daniel Baguley

    Overall I’m extremely happy and would happily recommend to a friend or family member.

    Pros –
    Great size
    Curve is good enough to actually feel the benefit – my eyes definitely feel less tired
    Nice and Bright – this was my primary reason for buying as I have an eye condition, with the high nits, it’s very bright, great contrast
    For inbuilt sound this is really decent – it’s not big brand audio style but its very decent (i got rid of my standalone speakers)
    Sleek and stylish

    Cons
    The HDR is not great, it makes darks a bit too dark, you can fix with quite a bit of fiddling but the picture is great without it on – at this pricepoint this is to be expected

  2. 01

    by Chris Moore

    Keep in mind this review is in comparison to my old benq 1080/60 monitor and a Samsung 4K/60 TV – neither of which cost me an arm and a leg and in truth this monitor cost more than my TV (by a small amount) – I am not a monitor/tv tech person so don’t expect detailed analysis on ghosting etc.

    Tested on a Series X and PS5 – 1440p works fine as does the 120hz mode!

    First off, delivery was fantastic.
    Got the box upstairs and unpackaged it – if it looks like it’s been previously opened this is due to a ‘benq power cord swap’ – I have no idea but hey ho.

    The monitor itself is sleek, beautiful and feels robust/very well built.

    Inside the box along with the monitor;
    Stand for monitor which seems to allow up and down movements, left to right turning not a huge arc and tilt. You can’t turn the monitor from landscape to portrait on the provided mount.

    One hdmi cable

    One display port cable

    One usb cable

    I’ll also add that the main power brick is external, so keep that in mind if cable tidying etc is a big deal.

    The monitor itself truly shows the age of my other pieces especially when loading up Apex Legends, Overwatch 2, Forza Horizon 5 and God of War Ragnarok.

    Crisp deep blacks that look lovely and ‘inky’, colours truly come to life on this 27” IPS panel and in all honesty it makes my games look even better.

    I didn’t fiddle with the settings much, having watched a video I set the HDRi to Game, AMA to 3 and audio to cinema.

    I tried out Overwatch 2 on the frame rate mode and holy smokes it is so darn buttery smooth! A moment that truly made me appreciate the upgrade and in my opinion justified my spending.

    It’s only as I was playing OW2 or Apex for example that I began to notice just how blurry the picture would get on my older pieces when turning/moving fast. A huge difference even if you still play games at 60fps it just seems more crisp!

    So yeah I was blown away, I didn’t notice any black light bleed on my panel which is an almost guaranteed thing on IPS apparently but nothing caught my eye.

    The speakers are actually incredible given the size and the fact they’re packed into such a small unit. Obviously not as good as a decent sound bar or sound system but definitely usable if not more than adequate!

    i did compare monitors before purchasing this one, some might say there are better offerings but having had BenQ before I knew I’d pick this one.

    I highly suggest those that are more inclined towards the technical details of monitors to search this model up on YouTube as there are a fair few detailed reviews.

    But all in all? 10/10 for me and worth every penny. My games have never looked so superb. If you’re looking to upgrade like me it is without a doubt the best move!

  3. 01

    by Richard

    Having spent many, many hours researching a gaming monitor, this BENQ monitor was something of a hidden gem.

    The Good
    – Vibrant, punchy and accurate colours straight out the box
    – Fast response time and no screen tearing
    – No dead pixels or dirty screen effect
    – Nice and bright, with decent contrast
    – Excellent sound. Certainly good enough to play music etc in a small room

    The Not Good
    – Viewing angles don’t seem great
    – Small patch of backlight bleed (top left, about 4cm x 1cm
    – Some blooming

    In short, this is a great monitor at this price point. The issues are probably to be expected (still not acceptable though) and the image quality more than makes up for this.

    If you want a stylish monitor with great image quality and decent colours and sound, then this is a solid choice.

  4. 01

    by Mashiori M

    To start of I don’t like the power brick, but if you don’t plan to use the usb slots to charge stuff its overspecked enough that it doesn’t even get that warm even after 10 hours of being on and playing!

    I love the size, IPs and resolution, the panel itself is really good with colours being great and backlight sobbing looks much clearer but you can’t see any of the artefacting that I’ve seen on other monitors and it being ips you don’t get any issues with ghosting

    It looks and feels great and the speakers are really good for monitor speakers which is what made me pick this over the LG, Koorui, Samsung competitives.

    The packaging was also perfection itself, my last 32 inch came in basically thrown in a box with stuff around it, the stand also doesn’t suck compared to others

    Pretty expensive compared to the other competitives around the time I got it it was about 150 more than even the VA version of this one but it was worth every penny
    all the features just come together and blow me away

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BenQ MOBIUZ EX240N 24“ FHD HDRi VA Gaming Monitor, 1920x1080, 165Hz (Supports 144Hz), 1ms MPRT, AMD FreeSync Premium, Built-in Speakers, Eye-care, Bezel-less

£147.80

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