Diving into the packaging, BenQ has included all the usual accessories you get with a display. There’s a DisplayPort cable, VGA cable and the power lead, a standard IEC ‘kettle’ cable that connects directly into the rear of the display, with no external power adapter needed.
The stand is supplied separately from the main display panel, in two parts – the support column and the base itself.
There are some rubber feet underneath the stand, and the usual locking mechanism with a metal key. Just slot the support column into the base and turn the key to secure it.
When assembled it connects to the main panel with 4 screws that are secured into the VESA mounting holes at the back.
Four video inputs are provided: DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort and VGA, with audio input and a headphone output.
There’s also a hole for a Kensington lock just below them.
While the stand and rear of the panel are made from a dark grey matte plastic, the front of the panel is surrounded with a glossy black bezel.
There are six buttons on the right-hand side, with nondescript labels on the front of the bezel and a power LED at the bottom.
The power connector is on the left-hand side, while in the centre is a stand connector that seems to be totally redundant. BenQ is probably using an identical mould for its display chassis across multiple products, which explains the additional stand connector.
With the stand connected with the four mounting screws, you’re ready to use the GW2765HT. The trademark BenQ logo occupies much of the rear of the panel.
And there’s a second logo at the front, with more labels in the bottom left of the bezel.