BenQ unveils PhotoVue SW271C 27-inch photographer monitor with Paper Colour Sync technology for screen-to-photo colour matching.
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Read on BenQ flicker-free technology and learn more on how you to choose the right monitor with eye-care.
In order to arrest the damage to student’s education, schools have turned to a blend of in-person and online learning. As a result of adopting hybrid and blended learning, digital transformation in K-12 schools has accelerated rapidly.
Read on the eye-care monitor history and find the timeline of BenQ eye-care solutions through the years
What exactly is input lag? How do you measure input lag on a projector? How can you reduce input lag on your projector? Is input lag the be-all and end-all for judging the performance of a projector? These are the questions this article will seek to answer...
“A good colour managed monitor is possibly the single most important piece of hardware a photographer should purchase” says Ian van der Wolde when asked how important is a good monitor to a photographer workflow. Ian further explains why he believes SW321C is a great professional monitor.
The SW270C monitor from BenQ offers a great mid-range option for photography and video professionals. Ambassador Xue Xin who is professional photographer recommends SW270C, because it provides reliable performance and has everything he needs out of a monitor.
BenQ Ambassador Robert Hranitzky shares his impressions about the new designer series monitor PD3220U.
A Why and How-To guide from BenQ Ambassador Mark Wood on color calibration.
Why is hardware calibration important in a monitor? To accurately represent the tones and colors of the photos on the screen. A color calibrated display allows precise control when manipulating images for realistic or stylized results.
For the How-To, check out the video's step-by-step guide for hardware color calibration on a BenQ SW271.