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BenQ 4K Monitor
Be Amazed by the Clarity and Beauty of 4K UHD Picture Quality
4K HDR Gaming and Entertainment | E series

Take control of your gaming and streaming entertainment with ease

32” | HDR | USB-C

27” | HDR | 1ms

4K Designer Monitor | PD Series

Deliver absolute colour precision

32” | 100% sRGB

27” | 100% sRGB | HDR

4K Photographer Monitor | SW Series

Relive the moment with Adobe RGB wide colour space

32” | HDR

27” | HDR | USB-C

All You Need to Know About 4K

Common specifications for a display’s resolution include 720p, 1080p, and 2160p or 4K. Indicating the number of horizontal lines on the display, these numbers correspond to the following resolutions including the number of dots across each horizontal line:

• 1080p resolution (FHD or Full HD) is 1920 x 1080 lines = 2 million pixels

• 1440p resolution (QHD or Quad HD) is 2560 x 1440 = 3.6 million pixels

• 2160p resolution (4K, UHD, or Ultra HD) is 3840 x 2160 = 8.3 million pixels

Upgrading to these higher resolutions provide significantly improved picture quality with sharp clarity, as well as enabling larger panel sizes which would look pixelated and blurry with low resolution.

What Is the Difference Between 4K UHD and 4K HDR

Apart from resolution, HDR enhances the monitor's contrast ratio, which is the luminance difference between the brightest and darkest images the display is able to show. A larger contrast ratio allows significantly more details to be revealed between the bright and dark extremes. In addition, by increasing the contrast, HDR displays deliver pristinely bright whites and superbly deep blacks as well as intensely saturated and vibrant colour, resulting in HDR images that appear more realistic and vividly stand out.

Working to enhance the brightness, contrast, colour, and detail performance of displays, HDR is an independent technology to the monitor’s resolution. Display panels with HD, FHD, QHD, and UHD resolution can all support HDR, but only when that panel is qualified to HDR standards.

*HDR and B.I.+ are available in some models, please see product specifications before purchase.

How to Relieve Eye Strain for Comfortable Viewing Experience?

The ambient light sensor detects ambient light levels in your viewing environment, automatically adjusting on-screen brightness to fit your surroundings. Further, the ambient light sensor in Brightness Intelligence Plus Technology can also detect colour temperature and automatically adjust. It also gradually adjusts brightness based on one’s usage time. This offers the best display quality for users’ viewing comfort, preventing eye strain and protecting your eyes after you watch monitors for hours.

*HDR and B.I.+ are available in some models, please see product specifications before purchase.

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