|Standing screen display size||32 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||3840x2160 Pixels|
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BenQ 32 inch, 4K UHD Monitor, IPS Panel, sRGB and Rec. 709 PD3200U
|Display Size||32 Inches|
|Series||BENQ AMERICA CORP.|
|Resolution||4K UHD 2160p|
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- Exclusive AQColor technology covers a wide variety of color spaces such as Adobe RGB, sRGB and Rec. 709 ensuring the colors on your screen are the brightest, boldest and most accurate
- View files side-by-side with DualView. Easily compare photos and videos in specialized CAD/CAM, Darkroom or Animation display modes next to each other on one screen. Pantone Validated
- Ergonomic features allows you to customize your viewing experience with a tilt, twist or turn. Adjust the screen height or rotate to portrait mode for added comfort and workflow efficiency
- Keyboard Video Mouse (KVM) Switch allows users to display files, photos or videos from two different computers on a single screen. Easily work on multiple projects at once without worrying about transferring files computer to computer
- Eye care technology prevents eye strain, fatigue and irritation with Low Blue Light technology, Brightness Intelligence and ZeroFlicker filters out harmful blue light, automatically adjust screen brightness based on your surroundings and eliminates annoying flickering.Brightness:350 cd/㎡
- All units purchased from Amazon comes with new firmware update, fixing previous flickering issues
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Make Inspirations Come Alive
Experience color as nature intended with BenQ exclusive AQCOLOR technology and 4K UHD resolution.
4K UHD High Resolution
4K UHD (3840x2160) resolution offers extraordinary clarity of fine details. PD3200U makes animation, visual effects, graphics, and photos look their best.
Height, tilt, swivel, and pivot, and swivel adjustability lets you get the perfect fit for your workstation. In portrait mode, PD3200U’s smart screen orientation sensor auto-rotates source content to display images in full context. PD3200U is VESA wall mountable.
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|Display Resolution Maximum||3840x2160 pixels||3840x2160 pixels||3840 x 2160 pixels||3840x2160 pixels||1920 x 1200|
|Screen Size||32 inches||27 inches||27 inches||32 inches||24.1 inches|
|Item Dimensions||19.30 x 8.40 x 29.15 inches||14.49 x 9.06 x 24.50 inches||24.10 x 9.20 x 22.00 inches||28.05 x 8.66 x 24.33 inches||22.55 x 18.66 x 7.56 inches|
|Item Weight||27.56 lbs||16.96 lbs||13.40 lbs||20.48 lbs||—|
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount|
|Refresh Rate||60 hertz||60 hertz||60 hertz||60 hertz||75 hertz|
|Size||31.5" 4K||27-inch HDR (UHD, Factory-calibrated)||—||—||—|
Designed to meet the rising demands for large-sized viewing and ultra-high definition, The PD3200U boasts a 32"W 4K display built with BenQ advanced IPS technology, providing creative professionals over 300% working space to work confidently in 100% sRGB and Rec. 709 color spaces. Revolutionary CAD/CAM, animation and darkroom modes enhance display settings to bring out the details of intricate designs into view.Voltage Rating: 100 - 240V
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EDIT: After a few months with this unit it is exhibiting the flicker-to-black issue that many are writing about in the critical reviews. I had the monitor replaced by BenQ but the issue is still there! I've tried on two different computers and the issue is consistent. I will be speaking with BenQ support for another RMA replacement, but this is getting ridiculous.
2nd Update: Unbelievable. The flicker problem is endemic across all units relating to faulty design of the panel. BenQ is knowingly selling faulty units and replacing them with equally faulty ones. Absolutely ridiculous. I will be returning this monitor and buying a different brand.
Thus, in close, for anyone still contemplating this monitor, just know that you're taking a gamble, and that you'll likely need to mail the unit to BenQ to have it serviced by their technicians- pretty crappy deal if you ask me.
It's relatively performant, besting the other displays at this size. The best comparison of the displays I tried was a Dell U3219Q when I purchased it was $850, but now it is roughly half the price. In pretty much every measurable way, the BenQ is a better display (sans perhaps cost-to-performance).
It works great my MacBook Pro and Mac Pro (although under 10.13.6 with an NVidia GPU, it was registering as a 6k display, whereas my AMD Vega 56 reported it correctly). The only real complaints are the viewing angle could be a hair wider, but at the size, this is always going to be the cause. Color shift is pretty minimal. The finish can be mildly glare reflective in direct sunlight as its not a full matte. There's the smallest of edge shadow due to the ultra-thin bezel at the bottom edge, least pronounced of the four 32 inch 4k displays I've tried. The black uniformity is the best I've ever seen in a 32-inch display, which is just flatly ok. When the monitor is totally dark, you can see a bit of unevenness. Also, there are no backlighting zones. It gets dark; it's not like my aging plasma screen's ability to produce deep blacks. As a daily driver, though, this is an excellent display and better than most. The wide gamut is especially felt when working with Adobe RGB profiled images and RAW photos. The P3 covers Rec BT 709 (very similar to sRGB) but lacks in the greens compared to Rec BT2020, which is well beyond any current displays sans very expensive high-end color grading displays.
Embracing P3 as the wide gamut standard, which covers roughly 45% of the colors the human eye can see (it's nowhere near Rec BT2020 covers 75%), is a good move as it is similar to Adobe RGB in colors covered. Basically, downloading test 10bit vs. 8bit footage is notable as gradient banding pretty much nonexistent whereas 8 bit footage you can see the banding.
I don't live or die by color accuracy, but it is nice when doing UI work.
There's also a few eye-strain technologies tossed in, do they work? Unsure doesn't seem to affect my eyes. Also, the charging isn't quite enough for the 15 inch MacBook.
Lastly, the UI for a display is well above average. There are two quick profile color swaps, and brightness is super easy to adjust.
True 10 bit, not FRC.
Wide color gamut and covers 96% of P3
Easy to use UI and fast
Multicolor profiles come included
Didn't need to set up any color adjustments
Despite the wide amount of features, sanely implemented
Very low color shift.
More inputs than I'll ever need.
Colorwise matches my MacBook 2017
Matte isn't totally light sheeting.
Viewing angles are pretty good but shy of smaller displays.
Wattage is a bit low for 15 inch MacBooks running CPU intensive tasks, meaning still probably gotta use a power cable.
GeForce 1060 thought the display was 6k under MacOS 10.13.6.
No FRC, but MacOS doesn't support it.
Stand works nicely, no buttons or levels.
Backlighting could be more uniform
Blacks look really good but still not as dark as my old plasma TV
Internal speakers aren't any better than a Macbook's. Why bother?
I wish this was 5k or 6k; the size is fantastic.
60+ Hz would be nice.
Zoned backlighting for larger light/dark
Well covid hit and now this my main work display, and because of its input switching and ability to charge my laptop, has become even more valuable. I have a Thunderbolt 3 dock but this effectively eliminates the need. One cable connects me to my speakers, two displays and speakers, which are shared with my 2010 Mac Pro.
It's really a shame, because this would be a great monitor if not for the quality control issues.
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Leyendo en blogs y reviews se habla mucho de un problema de parpadeo en la pantalla (4k), esto me preocupó mucho porque es un monitor algo caro y desconozco si la garantía sirve fuera de USA, no quería comprar problemas.
Aun así el precio me pareció que valía la pena el riezgo.
Cuando llegó lo abrí y se me cayó la base en el piso ya que viene suelta en el empaque, haciéndose una gireta, por lo que pensé: mi garantía ya valió; así que procedí sin miedo ni esperanza, pero o sorpresa.
Muy buena construcción, pesado, y fácil de montar, tamaño perfecto.
No venia con cable DP (display port), sólo con HDMI y miniDP.
Por lo que sólo pude usarlo en 4k 30htz. En lo que encargaba el cable DP.
Esos días experimenté problemas con despertar la máquina, y reproducción de videos, lectura de memorias, etc.
Sin embargo en cuanto llegó el cable DP 1.2, y lo instalé se acabaron todos los problemas y el monitor funcionó de la mejor manera posible, y hasta la fecha 2 meses sin fallas de algún tipo.
Mi conclusión, usen cables buenos, los mejores que consigan, con oro, adamantium, lo que sea, y conecten su DP a un 1.2, y el USB a un 3.1
Tiren los que trae la caja.
I've had to move office and found the handle like shape on the stand very helpful. Especially considering that it's on the heavier side.
It's only 60hz, the same as all its competition in the space, so not the perfect gaming screen. The colour accuracy was more important for me though.