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4K Graphic Art & Photography Series Monitor Adobe RGB, HDR | SW320


Revive the Moment With Adobe RGB wide color space
  • The SW320 builds upon the success of its award-winning predecessor and sets a new benchmark for wide gamut monitors taking image quality to the next level with the addition of HDR capabilities. The new 31.5” 4K UHD monitor offers extraordinary clarity of fine details and textures on a true 10-bit panel with 99% Adobe RGB, 100% sRGB color space coverage as well as supporting HDR content
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    4K Graphic Art & Photography Series Monitor Adobe RGB, HDR | SW320 Revive the Moment With Adobe RGB wide color space
    • The SW320 builds upon the success of its award-winning predecessor and sets a new benchmark for wide gamut monitors taking image quality to the next level with the addition of HDR capabilities. The new 31.5” 4K UHD monitor offers extraordinary clarity of fine details and textures on a true 10-bit panel with 99% Adobe RGB, 100% sRGB color space coverage as well as supporting HDR content
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      Application

      What types of calibrator does Palette Master Element support?
      "Supported calibrators include: - X-Rite: i1 Display Pro / i1 Pro / i1 Pro 2 / i1 Studio / i1 DisplayPro Plus / i1 Pro 3 Plus / Color Munki Photo (excluding X-Rite ColorMunki Design/Smile/Display series) - Datacolor: Spyder 4 / Spyder 5 / Spyder X (including all EXPRESS, PRO, and ELITE series) Please check the specifications on the Palette Master Element software page for the latest updates. * MacOS 10.15 update: Spyder 4 / il Display 2 not supported"

      Specification

      What is the difference between PM (Palette Master) and PME (Palette Master Element)?
      1. PM (Palette Master): Applies to PV270 only and supports X-rite calibrators only based on a co-development program between BenQ and X-Rite Inc. 2. PME (Palette Master Element): Applies to the SW series and part of the PV series and supports X-rite as well as Datacolor Spyder calibrators.

      Further Query

      What is the difference between PM (Palette Master) and PME (Palette Master Element)?
      1. PM (Palette Master): Applies to PV270 only and supports X-rite calibrators only based on a co-development program between BenQ and X-Rite Inc. 2. PME (Palette Master Element): Applies to the SW series and part of the PV series and supports X-rite as well as Datacolor Spyder calibrators.
      What types of calibrator does Palette Master Element support?
      "Supported calibrators include: - X-Rite: i1 Display Pro / i1 Pro / i1 Pro 2 / i1 Studio / i1 DisplayPro Plus / i1 Pro 3 Plus / Color Munki Photo (excluding X-Rite ColorMunki Design/Smile/Display series) - Datacolor: Spyder 4 / Spyder 5 / Spyder X (including all EXPRESS, PRO, and ELITE series) Please check the specifications on the Palette Master Element software page for the latest updates. * MacOS 10.15 update: Spyder 4 / il Display 2 not supported"