|Item Height||20.55 inches|
|Item Width||28.5 inches|
|Standing screen display size||31.5 Inches|
|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Item model number||EW3270U|
|Product Dimensions||21.49 x 72.39 x 52.2 cm; 7.5 Grams|
BenQ EW3270U 32 Inch 4K HDR Monitor | FreeSync | USB-C Connectivity | Integrated Speakers
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- High resolution: 31. 5-Inch LED 4K UHD (3840x2160 resolution)
- Hdr support: HDR increases the dynamic range between black and white to showcase incredible clarity and details
- Brightness Intelligence Plus technology: monitor adjusts brightness and color temperature based on on-screen content and ambient light conditions
- Eye-care technology: low Blue light and flicker-free technology reduce eye discomfort.Brightness:300
- Multiple connectivity: HDMI 2. 0, DP1. 4, USB-C (only for video and not for power supply)
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Experience a massive 32 inch 4K entertainment experience with a 10-bit vertical alignment (va) panel has a maximum resolution of 3, 840 by 2, 160 and covers 100 percent of the rec. 709 and 95 percent of the DCI-P3 color gamuts. The EW3270U has a 16: 9 aspect ratio, A very deep 3, 000: 1 native contrast ratio, A millisecond (gray-to-gray) Pixel response with will be good for gaming. BenQ patented brightness Intelligence technology sensor will automatically detect your ambient lighting surrounds and automatically adjust the screen brightness to protect your eyes from longer on screen periods. Featuring the leading HDR technology in a video enjoyment monitor, EW3270U offers enhanced brightness and contrast and brings incredible details and vividness to HDR video content. High Dynamic Range (HDR) for dazzling brightness with stark contrast, for deep blacks and bright whites and wide color range for intense video performance.
Precise Details with Exceptional Color, All in an Ultra-Slim Design
4K HDR Support for Brilliant Brightness and Deep Contrast
High Dynamic Range (HDR) and Cinema HDR Mode increase the overall dynamic range between true black and bright white to resemble what your eyes see in the natural world.
Reduce Eye Strain in Any Lighting Environment
Brightness Intelligence Plus Technology (B.I.+ Tech.) automatically detects ambient brightness and color temperature to adjust display settings, with soothing warm white for comfort and cool white for productivity.
More than One Billion Colors with 10-Bit
Experience TV quality colors with over one billion colors. Compared to traditional 8-bit monitors, your content will be noticeably more vivid and accurate.
Optimized Viewing Experience
AMD FreeSync for Intense Gaming
AMD FreeSync technology eliminates image tearing, broken frames, and choppy gameplay for incredibly fluid gaming. With high refresh rates that bring out an ultra-smooth gaming experience, EW3270U is the gamer’s dream monitor.
95% DCI-P3 Coverage for Authentic Digital Cinema Color
EW3270U covers 100% of Rec. 709 and 95% of DCI-P3 standards to ensure HDTV and Digital Cinema accuracy to match your defined authentic colors.
Advanced Panel and Color Technology to Enhance HDR Quality
Ultra-high 3000:1 native contrast, 3x higher than normal panels, adds stunning color depth and detail to dark images with exquisite vibrancy and clarity.
|HDR||HDRi/ HDR10||HDRi / HDR10||HDRi / DisplayHDR 400||HDRi / HDR10||HDR10||HDRi / DisplayHDR 400|
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The resolution is fantastic. The size is great. The feature set is solid with multiple ports (I only need one but whatever) and USB 3.1c hub (sans some of the more extreme features like a SD card slot). FRC is nice, although it only supports 40hz-60hz meaning not an extreme range but still welcome. That said: Stick this next to a 27 inch iMac from yesteryear it looks cheap and it's entirely due to the lack of uniformity on the panel. First there's the very striking "shadow" across the top 1/8inch of the screen. Then there's the color shift, no matter where you head is, just scanning across a uniform color shows the weakness of the panel as flat color looks anything but flat. Fast scrolls also reveal the overzealous low latency correction (you can see bizarre ghosting of red on a white background as a yellow halo). Also strangely, Mac OS doesn't seem to want to detect the scaling resolutions, (not a big deal as you can option click the scaled resolutions). Precision color this is not. If you're not a discerning type, this probably is a "good enough" for many users although I find the color shift supremely annoying. Basically, if you're happy with this display, never stick it next to a quality display as you'll become very unhappy with it.
Also I couldn't seem to get in Windows 10-bit to work at 60 Hz, which makes me believe that its only available at 30 Hz. In any case, it's not true 10 bit as its an 8-bit panel with FRC, meaning, it accepts the 10-bit color space and simulates colors by switching between nearest-neighbors in the 8 bit range between each cycle.
Over all, though the monitor is much easier to assemble/disassemble which will make my return quick and easy than other displays. I guess you get what you pay for, the BenQ PD3200u even at $200 more than the EW3270U's current price seems like money supremely well spent. It's IPS or bust at the 32 inch size as its too easy to see the color shifting....
/edit: looks like someone didn’t like this review and it was flagged for sensitivity?
I tried many monitors at work, cheap and expensive ones, to find one that will help my symptoms, I found a few, but the price is either very high or many of them require a better computing setup to utilize their full potentials. For example, the best one I used is Dell 4K ISP, but it cost over $500 (2018) and it's on sale. Other brands are good, but I slowly realize it's just a brand many of them use the same manufactory. So the price is basically depending on how popular the brand is.
BenQ is not a very familiar brand in the US, but I used to have a BenQ laptop I really like, so I had a very positive feeling about this brand. At the moment of purchase, I had about 3 options: this monitor, a Dell one, and an Acer one. I had an Acer monitor before and it's bad, it looks really nice, but when you used it, you will know it's "cheap". Back in 2015 the Acer monitor costed about the same price as this one, not worth it. Dell one was more expensive, about $400 dollars and 4K, however, I know 4K monitor normally requires a better setup, I had a mac mini (last generation) at home, it doesn't support 4K, why bother to spend so much for that.
This monitor is as it described on its amazon page. I just got it about a few days, and after a day of work, and then use this monitor at home, I didn't develop the headaches i used to have. Hope it's a durable one also.
I photograph portraits and weddings and I have a very vibrant style. Because of that I needed to make sure the color was pretty spot-on. I had used my husbands computer to edit a few times and found out the hard way that his screens color was way off and it can make peoples skin tones look sickly. So as soon as I get the monitor set up I pulled up images on both my iMac and the new BenQ screen and they looked very close! We actually noticed that my iMac whites are a little warmer so I pulled out a bunch of prints I have had made and started comparing and the BenQ seemed to be even More accurate to what my prints looked like!
A lot of people complained that this screen is too bright, but I don't know if they have changed it since those reviews were written... it didn't seem too bright to me at all, I have it set to 100 brightness. Another reviewer posted settings to match the iMac display, but when I put the brightness level to 50 it was wayyy below the brightness of my iMac. So, I kept the settings pretty close to the automatic settings, I adjusted the gamma a little and a couple other things here and there.
So I am very happy with this purchase, I will be sure to update if I have any issues or anything else to add!