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BenQ FP93G S

This is another model from BenQ with the classic resolution of 1280x1024 pixels.

The two monitors from BenQ included into this review are in fact twin brothers. The FP93G S model is yet another RTC-less TN-based representative of the low-end category.

The appearance of the previous model couldn’t provoke a strong positive emotion, but the FP93G S is simply boring. This is the dull gray plastic case on a plain square stand that is familiar to me by other FP9x series products from BenQ. Uniformity and standardization help reduce the manufacturing costs, yet I think BenQ’s range of monitor cases needs to be refreshed.

As one might have supposed, the stand has the same functionality as before. It only allows to change the tilt of the screen.

The stand can be detached and replaced with a VESA-compatible one.

It is nice BenQ implemented a digital input, besides an analog one, in this model. The power adapter is integrated into the case.

The way this monitor series is controlled in hasn’t changed for years. The controls are in the bottom right corner of the front panel. They are simple, rectangular buttons painted the color of the case. The Power indicator is placed separately. Quick access is provided to the automatic adjustment feature, to selecting the source of video signal, and to the brightness/contrast settings.

 
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