|Screen Size||32 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||3686400 pixels|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
BenQ 32-Inch Quad High Definition Designer Monitor (BL3200PT) for photo editing, QHD 2560x1440 Display
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- 32 inch 2560x1440 QHD resolution
- 100% sRGB and REC 709 color space with 10bits color depth
- CAD/CAM mode and Animation mode enable the detailed and precise design
- OSD controller for easily switching mode
- Display Pilot software for customized monitor setting
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Revive the Moment
Preserve the true colors you captured with BL3200PT's 100% sRGB color space, providing you with brighter, accurate and consistent colors, whether you're working on digital images for sharing your photos or publishing on the web. Capture the moment and never let it fade away.
Tailor-Made for the Finest Details
The revolutionary CAD/CAM Mode offers superior contrast on 3D color lines. You can clearly distinguish details in complicated object wireframes, alter monitor color and never miss a line again.
Animation Mode enhances details in dark shadows so you can fine-tune creations effortlessly, while areas that do not require this function remain unaltered.
A large working plane and precision QHD image quality make it easier to work in multiple windows or on multiple programs at one time. Rec. 709 color space ensures that every color is faithfully represented with precision.
Featuring QHD resolution, ultra-refined 10-bit display and 100% sRGB color rendering; BenQ Designer Monitors will exceed your expectations for richness, contrast, and visual dynamics.
Comfort with a Simple Yet Intuitive Design
Switch between CAD/CAM, Animation and Low Blue Light Modes, or you can customize with a simple click of a button with the OSD Controller.
Stable feedback technology prevents the harmful effects of flickering from tiring or damaging the eyes.
Low Blue Light
The unique BenQ Low Blue Light Technology is designed to filter out harmful blue light, effectively diminishing eye fatigue and irritation.
We know what it takes for ideas to become reality. The passion to craft every detail until it leads to brilliant work. The BenQ BL3200PT QHD Designer Monitor with 2K high resolution(2560x1440),100% sRGB and a variety of modes including CAD/CAM,animation. Make inspirations come alive.
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It helps that the stand this monitor comes with, as the mf's description says, with a stand that is designed to be minimally intrusive. It doesn't let the monitor stick out too much on my smallish desk, so it's a big plus compared to my previous Dell. The customizable controller... At first I thought it would be a gimmick, but was actually quite useful. It's big enough that you can use it by tactile feedback alone, and you can program it to switch between desired viewing modes or do any other function you want. It even makes using OSD menu a lot more convenient. The only real downside to this monitor is that is quite heavy (stand accounts for a lot of this because it's unexpectedly solid and massive). Be prepared to assemble the whole thing on something soft like a mattress to avoid scratching the monitor while you fumble with heavy pieces.
The other significant difference that I noticed between this and my dell 2412m was that the image is slightly different. I had my previous monitor set to blueish/metalic color temp, and most of the tones on it did look colder, just as I prefer them. On this screen, however, greytones are more brownish (*is that even a proper word?). Colors, on the other hand, are more vibrant and otherwise a lot more pleasing to look at. So if you use a lot of grayscale material it may take some getting used to. However, on the upside this BenQ has minimal eyestrain even without activating the low-blue light feature.
Thanks to amazon, my replacement monitor arrived within 48 hours. the new panel is better than the old ones, but still not perfect. for the price i paid, i am actually quite satisfied even with the little flaw that it has.
at any rate, large screen are prone to issues like color uniformity or vertical bands, you definitely want to purchase from one that has good return policy and prepare to return the unit at least once. when i purchased mine, amazon doesn't have the lowest price and plus that fact that i need to pay tax, it actually came out to be about 100 dollar more expensive than another online vender. i am quite glad that i went with amazon thanks to its excellent customer service.
picture shows the new ones (left) and one pending replacement (right). picture are taken by my cell phone so quality isn't great, but you could clearly see the vertical bands on the right screen, less so but still present itself on the new ones.
pro: great build quality, very nice feature sets, awesome size and price. MVA panel that has better blacks than IPS yet the color accuracy and view angle are very good. speaker, for what it is, is actually decent.
con: mine unit came with a broken plastic clip so the case doesn't seal securely on the top. but that's might just be a unique case, but what isn't a quite unique case, is the vertical band that affect a lot of MVA panels. search vertical bands will quickly lead you to number of forums and mine has several of them. those are especially noticeable on grey and yellow pages. so definitely pay attention to those as some panel are minor and some are just horrible.
It's also a great choice if you find the text on regular 27 inch 1440p monitors a bit hard to read.
The pixels per inch on this is similar to a 24 inch 1080p so if you prefer that text size this is a good choice.
I only took one star off because it does suffer from the normal cons of a VA panel which is gamma shift, but it wasn't very noticeable unless I was moving my head around, looking for it.