|Standing screen display size||34|
|Max Screen Resolution||3440 x 1440|
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BenQ MOBIUZ EX3415R 34'' HDRi Curved SimRacing Monitor, 144Hz 1ms FreeSync Premium
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|Screen Surface Description||Glossy|
|Special Feature||Pivot Adjustment|
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- 34-INCH MONITOR: 21:9 WQHD 144Hz refresh rate 1ms MPRT IPS ultrawide curved gaming monitor and FreeSync Premium for smooth gameplay
- IMAGE OPTIMIZATION: BenQ HDRi technology, Light Tuner, Black eQualizer and racing mode optimize image quality for better gaming
- SUPERIOR SOUND: 2.1 channel built-in speaker with a 5W subwoofer plus DSP chip, fine tune by treVolo with 5 custom game sound modes
- CONVENIENCE: Remote Control, Scenario Mapping and Gaming Quick OSD for easy control, height/tilt adjustable and Eye-Care for comfortable viewing
- CONNECTIVITY: HDMI and Display Port connectivity
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Pair each of your Quick OSD presets with an input. Change the input and your settings automatically adjust.
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EX3415R features HDRi that optimizes color performance, detail contrast, and image clarity to add intensity so games look their best and you see every strategic detail. Its bezel-less design opens screen space and eliminates distracting edges that can take your eye off the action. The 21:9 1900R curved screen heightens intense imagery and deploys a sound field for your best gaming experience. The 144Hz refresh rate and 1ms MPRT, combined with BenQ’s proprietary gaming features and shortcuts to settings keep you in the game. Racing mode puts you there on the track. Industry-leading built-in speakers offer immersive audiovisual gaming enjoyment without the clutter of external speakers. You choose the preset sound mode that matches your intensity level. Plus, HDMI and DP ports allow you to switch between inputs without repetitive plug in and out. BenQ Eye-Care tech looks out for your eyes while you focus on the game. Low Blue Light filters damaging light, Flicker-free eliminates screen flickering, and industry-leading Brightness Intelligence Plus Technology which delivers ideal images adapted to any ambient lighting conditions.
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BenQ EW3280U - 32" 2160p, 5ms GtG, 60hz, IPS, 350/400(HDR) nits, 95% P3, 1 USB C charger 60W
Thoughts - In M-Book mode (on windows) the EW3280U looks better, but the EX3415R in FPS mode with Blur Reduction on makes the colors look much nicer and brighter.
HDR/HDRi Emulated makes bright colors brighter and darks darker, but goes too far and isn't appealing.
With Windows HDR on + HDR/HDRi it looks good for movies, the EX3415R colors look slightly better.
I usually just leave HDR off though.
It's possible that my EX3415R default color calibration is just better and caused this, but probably not.
Trying to watch YouTube at 2160p 2x speed is too choppy, the fps is way too low. I ended up just watching 1440p instead. Most videos are uploaded at 1080p anyways.
The EX3415R has a great stand that makes me not even want to use a monitor arm, the EW3280U has a garbage stand that is very unstable and I couldn't even unscrew the screws to attach a monitor arm...
Conclusion - I tried using both in a dual monitor set up. The EX3415R was the main monitor and the EW3280U as a secondary monitor for reference material. Splitting the screen would work for some applications, but coding is much nicer with full screen. Especially if I want to use the internal split screen for my IDE to view multiple parts of the same file at once and view reference materials on the secondary monitor.
However, I found that the second monitor was distracting me too often. So I reverted to only using the EX3415R.