|Standing screen display size||27 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||3686400 Pixels|
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BenQ SW2700PT 27 Inch QHD 1440P IPS Photography Monitor | Aqcolor technology for Accurate Reproduction | Hotkey Puck Efficiency Boost,Black
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|Screen Size||27 Inches|
|Resolution||QHD Wide 1440p|
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- 27 inch 2K QHD resolution with IPS Tech: exceptional clarity and fine detail, wide viewing angle
- Aqcolor advantage: 99% Adobe RGB color space, 14-bit 3D look up table (LUT) and Delta E≤ 2, accurate color reproduction.
- Efficiency Boost: hotkey Puck lets you easily switch between Adobe RGB, sRGB, and Black & White mode, or set the hotkey Puck buttons to the OSD settings of your choice.
- Custom calibration: each SW2700PT arrives pre-calibrated with factory report, hardware calibration, palette master element calibration software; calibrate for a consistent color advantage.
- Professional monitor capabilities: included shading hood minimizes ambient light, Advanced Black & White lets you preview B&W content in three preset modes.
- Eye Care for comfortable viewing: zeroflicker eliminates screen Flicker, low Blue light filters harmful Blue light. Avoid eye strain and damage. Your eyes will thank you for using this Tech.
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See the difference four times the resolution of Full HD makes in clarity of detail and stunning display.
The detachable shading hood reduces screen glare from ambient lighting. Block external light for stellar color accuracy.
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|Display Resolution Maximum||3686400 pixels||3840x2160 pixels||2560 x 1440 pixels||2560x1440 pixels||3840 x 2160 pixels||3840x2160 pixels|
|Screen Size||27 inches||27 inches||27 inches||27 inches||27 inches||32 inches|
|Item Dimensions||8.3 x 25.7 x 15.6 inches||14.49 x 9.06 x 24.5 inches||24.21 x 15.04 x 8.9 inches||9.44 x 25.24 x 16.43 inches||24.1 x 9.2 x 22 inches||19.3 x 8.4 x 29.15 inches|
|Item Weight||18.30 lbs||16.96 lbs||17.02 lbs||15.20 lbs||13.40 lbs||27.56 lbs|
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount|
|Refresh Rate||60||60 hertz||75 hertz||60 hertz||60 hertz||60 hertz|
|Size||27"||27-inch HDR (UHD, Factory-calibrated)||14.6" x 24.2" x 2"||27" QHD (Factory-calibrated)||—||31.5" 4K|
With stunning 2K resolution, the 27” BenQ SW2700PT monitor is equipped with 99% Adobe RGB, 100% sRGB, 100% Rec.709 color space coverage providing you with a wide range of spectacular colors to work with.
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This is a solidly built piece of equipment, the stand is very heavy and well constructed. I love the handle built into the stand. Packing was very good: I would not be concerned about damage in shipment. The panel itself is the usual plastic, but it's high quality in appearance and feel. The performance of the panel overall, is excellent. I'm getting verified 10bit workflow in Photoshop through an Nvidia Quadro P2000. I love the puck! Now can't live without it. Switching color spaces with the push of a button near the keyboard is a really nice innovation. The puck itself is a pretty high quality build. The buttons feel good and the display responds well. Monitor menus are pretty nice compared to the Dells I've been using for two decades. This panel blow away my Dell u2718q 27" 4k monitor. They are setup side by side and the dell looks like dog vomit compared to the BENQ, but then, they are not in the same class are they?
This is where the good ends and the not-so-good, to just dumb, begins:
- This panel has a single stuck blue pixel. This is a thousand dollar monitor targeting color perfectionists, so it's going back to amazon for a swap.
- There is some noticeable light bleed on the edges. It's not bad, but it's not great.
- The monitor ships with a DVI-to-mini-DVI cable. However, all the high end Nvidia Quadro cards have full sized DVI sockets, not mini. There is no mini DVI socket on the monitor, so the cable it comes with is useless if you bought a Quadro P1000 or higher. So I had to buy a new DVI to DVI cable. Lost a night of work because of this.
- The driver CD that ships with the monitor doesn't contain the pallet master software. Just download it right?? No... BENQ had an outage last night and so I could not download the pallet master software to verify the calibration and lost another night of work. It's back up today so I was able to download it.
- While I was doing that, saw there was a more recent monitor driver dated 2-5-2018. The one installed is dated 5-5-2017, so I obviously wanted to update. I downloaded the file and discovered it was packed in RAR format. Now kids, I am a huge nerd going way back, but my rar days are over. Luckily my little brother is still a huge nerd and unpacked it for me so i didn't have to download some shady unpacker. I install the driver and guess what? It's the exact same one as the existing one 5-5-2017. It's mislabeled on the BENQ website. I open the INF to very and sure enough. It's v18.104.22.168. So that was 15 minutes ill never get back. Thanks BENQ for wasting more of my time.
- In general, BENQs website performs well if you live in 1994. It's hosted in Taiwan. RTT to the site is over 200ms. My guess is that BENQ sells a few items in the US, so it might be nice to go ahead and drop a replica of the site over here. That, and hire just one native English speaker to proof your copy. Thanks.
- That calibration report. Yeah there is one, but you will need an electron microscope to read it. The issue is, they have enough content to fill an 8.5x14 sheet of paper but decided to print it on 8.5x11.
Good thing BENQ know how to build monitors, because they are not good at anything else. Wait, they shipped me a stuck pixel... so I'll rephrase: They're pretty good at building monitors that look great, except for a pixel or two, and light bleed, and they are not good at much else. With BENQ, it's death by a thousand cuts. For the price, I'm still a buy recommendation, but just barely. My advice is to buy this product from amazon so that you can send it back for any reason. BENQ's dead pixel policy would not cover my situation. BENQ should hire a few Apple execs, and implement 4% of what Apple do in terms of fit/finish/polish, which will make BENQ 400% better off than they are now, which means that right now as a business they seem very immature. XOXOXO
Looked great -- but it is beginning the decent into what made me replace my Apple Cinema. A two inch smudge has appeared in the center of the screen. And likely it will just get worse and worse. My experience tells me I will tolerate this for a year or so and finally be forced to replace this monitor.
Of course I need a monitor on a daily basis so I will not return this one. But I am quite disappointed. What I get for buying an unknown brand, I had never seen in use.
I also used Datacolor SpyderX Pro to calibrate the monitor, which also worked great on this monitor.
On a side note, I wanted to pass something I read about being a photographer and it made so much since. If I'm willing to put out over $2,000 for a camera and all of my lens are worth over $1,600 a piece, why would you not put that kind of money out on the third most important part of your photography, a monitor? The most I have ever paid for a monitor was around $250. So, I bought this monitor for $600 and it was worth every penny!!
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I edit a LOT and couldn't get consistent colour on my old monitor, even though it was a good one. This monitor has made me love editing again.
WHY it is so good is that the viewing angles are very good and consistent. The image looks the same no matter what angle you view it from. This is key if you want to edit correctly. I did the research before buying this and this monitor compares to the high-end Eizo's.
One thing to note and I recommend, if you are buying this monitor, it means you care about colour accuracy. The monitor does come with its own colour calibration software, BUT, if you are serious about getting colour right, use a product like X-Rite's i1Pro Calibration tool. It is worth the investment if correct colour output is your thing.
I highly recommend this monitor.