Lines, shapes, and images are not out of thin air.
These are the inspirations collected in every corner.
What you see is what’s in your mind,
tinted with truthful colors.
Expertise reveals itself with the tools you use.
BenQ’s specialized display modes seize your visions and turn them into reality.
Adjust image brightness and contrast for superb clarity and sharp details in darkened environments.
Make your monitor display the colors which match your MacBook screen to avoid the hassle of shifting back-and-forth for better work efficiency.
Enhance the brightness of dark areas without overexposing bright regions to bring out every subtlety when working on 3D animations.
Offer superior contrast to lines and shapes in technical illustrations.
Every moment counts in a video clip. HDR technology lets designers preview the HDR effect of the video content during the editing process, ensuring the cinematic touch triggers the genuine emotions within.
Enjoy a whole new level of efficiency and productivity while turning creative ideas into realities.
I work at a very high resolution to get the fine details, which is important. BenQ gives me the ability to see clearly at any magnification. Only my BenQ monitor displays those colors accurately when I am choosing the colors I need.
I am happy with PD3220U, one for anyone working in the creative industry and a Mac user with its industrial design and color performance. My favorite is the one single Thunderbolt 3 cable to get power, video, audio and data signals.
If you are a designer, a 3D artist or a compositor, this is a great monitor for you to have as it has all the professional features you need, especially the 100% sRGB, which is the most important feature for a designer monitor.
Improved Design Experience through Superb Color Accuracy
Devoted to meet the latest professional color standard, BenQ has developed AQCOLOR technology to uphold the concept: “Accurate Reproduction". BenQ has invited experts to lead the team, and also actively participated in ICC (International Color Consortium) and ISO (International Standard Organization) to establish color-related standards and implementation.