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

Take command of your gaming and streaming entertainment experience

32” | HDR | USB-C

27” | HDR | 1ms

4K Designer Monitor | PD Series

Deliver absolute colour precision

32” | 100% sRGB

4K Photographer Monitor | SW Series

Relive the moment with Adobe RGB colour space

32” | HDR

27” | HDR | USB-C

All You Need to Know About 4K

4K refers to a monitor resolution that is roughly 4,000 pixels wide, sometimes also called 2160p because of the number of horizontal lines. Other well-known resolutions are 720p and 1080p that have less than 25% of the pixels found in 4K.

• 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 4K provides a significant improvement in picture quality, sharpness, and clarity. 4K also enables you to work in larger screen sizes which would otherwise look pixelated and blurry with lower resolutions.

What Is the Difference Between 4K UHD and HDR

4K and UHD (which stands for ultra-high-definition) simply refer to the resolution of the screen, which affects the sharpness of the image. On the other hand, HDR (high-dynamic-range) enhances the contrast ratio, which is the luminance difference between the brightest part and darkest part of one image.

With its larger contrast ratio, HDR reveals more details in very bright and dark scenes, delivering pristinely bright whites, superbly deep blacks, and intensely saturated and vibrant colours. All this results in HDR images that appear more realistic and vividly stand out.

HDR enhances the brightness, contrast, colour, and detail performance of displays independently from the monitor’s resolution. HD, FHD, QHD, and 4K UHD can all support HDR, but only when they meet the minimum technical specifications in terms of contrast ratio and brightness according 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 B.I.+ sensor on BenQ monitors detects the type and intensity of ambient light in your surroundings to automatically adjust brightness and colour temperature for a more comfortable viewing experience.

Additionally, Brightness Intelligence Plus Technology will adjust the monitor based on usage time, preventing eyestrain and protecting your eyesight for long viewing sessions. B.I.+ Technology provides the best display quality and viewing comfort.

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

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