Monitor 27" LED SW271 3840 x 2160 4K Ultra HD Tempo di Risposta 4 ms
|Display Size||27 Inches|
|Hardware Interface||USB, USB Type C, HDMI|
|Response Time||5 Milliseconds|
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I originally tried my old cables HDMI (18Gb/s) and I could not achieve RGB 4:4:4 10 bit output from my AMD Vega FE GPU. I also tried the enclosed cables, same problem, still only 8 bit output
Having fiddled with my OLED tv and 4 k players before I thought about cables and purchased the KabelDirect 8k display port cable for 3m and rebooted, this fixed the problem immediately so use decent cables, don't assume the box ones are perfect.
Next thing was to hardware calibrate the monitor via an i1Display pro . Watched Benq video on youtube and used same settings on the Benq palette master software (don't use 3rd party software), I achieved a delta E of 0.5 to 0.8 max which was better than the demo video.
Even though it is a 27" monitor it isn't bulky, much smaller than my imac 27" and doesn't look much bigger than the HP it replaced. Overall very pleased and I would buy it again
Another main feature what made me buy this monitor was the ability to switch colour profiles on the fly along with the brightness (i.e. 80cm, 120cd etc). The problem with this is that when you do this, it does not switch the ICC profiles you've made to accompany you custom profiles, you had to do this manually on a pc.
The Top panel hood has as slid-able slot that allows you to drop down a colour meter. In my case I have the Xrite Pro 1. The slot isn't big enough for it to fit through despite being stated as a support model. Granted I don't calibrate frequently but this can be an annoyance as you have 2 options, take the top panel off or thread the usb cable from below and up through the slot.
I do look forward to the next iteration of this monitor and will likely get one if the above 3 issues are addressed.
The replacement had a completely dead pixel and one stuck pixel - not something you'd expect on a monitor costing £1000!
The 3rd monitor was fine with no defects. The colour and brightness are fabulous. I thought MacBook Pro and iPhone screens were good until you display a photo on both - the BenQ's 100% sRGB really zings, with lots of detail in the darks and the lights.
A major negative point is that on all three, there's a slight vignetting on the lower edge that is visible with white windows. See photo.
To add, Amazon customer services were a complete disaster - due to the value, the frontline customer services couldn't replace the monitor for the 2nd time without authorisation. On two occasions, two weeks apart, I was promised a response within 24-48 hours, which never came.
The only way to continue was to buy a new one and send the other two back for refund. As the price had gone up, it ended up costing me more money for the replacement.
All-in-all, the monitor is great value given its feature set, but it seems a big risk given the manufacturing problems and Amazon's difficulty working with high-value items.
Next time, I'll probably buy an EIZO and forgo size or resolution.
The monitor is wonderfully designed. The screen tilts in various directions and I was surprised to see how many different cable types can plug in at the back, depending what ports you have on your computer or laptop. In fact in the box, BenQ provide you with every cable from HDMI, USB and Apple thunderbolt so that you do not need to worry about purchasing additional cables.
In the top of the box there is an envelope provided by BenQ with an evaluation and proof of the calibrated screen, done by the company themselves. As a photographer I did decide to re-calibrate the screen myself using BenQ's own software, Palette Master Elements, to set the screen in a way that will be used for photographic editing before being send to a printer. Even better is that on Youtube and their website, there is a BenQ ambassador (artisright) who provides very detailed and fantastic explanations of the BenQ SW screen ranges and how to calibrate them using their own software. This made the whole experience so easy to set up and get started.
This screen will be used a lot and I am very happy I made the decision to go for it and purchase this monitor. It was packaged well and you can tell it is a well built monitor.
Devolví una segunda unidad, tras solicitar el reemplazo de la primera, por otro problema diferente en la pantalla. Un punto luminoso de unos tres o cuatro milímetros en la parte inferior central de la pantalla, apreciándose sobre colores de tonos claros y desapareciendo sobre los oscuros.
Es la primera vez que tengo problemas de este tipo con un monitor, dos unidades seguidas con fallos, con sus respectivos gastos de envío por devolución y las molestias de llevar una caja tan grande y pesada al centro de paquetería, dos veces.
No sirve de nada la calibración de fábrica y la certificación Tecnicolor si luego el panel de píxeles es de mala calidad.
Mencionar que el servicio de envío (recepción del paquete en pocos días) y devolución (sin problemas) por parte de Amazon, ha sido la parte buena de esta mala experiencia.
Al parecer tenemos aquí un monitor de pantalla fallida, al que se le hubiera agradecido menos calibración con certificación y mas fiabilidad en la base del producto, los píxeles.