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The monitor that comes with B.I.+ sensor is the perfect partner for ultimate HDR video performance.
BenQ’s B.I.+ Sensor is the Perfect Partner for Ultimate HDR Video or Gaming Performance

Experience BenQ’s exclusive B.I.+ Sensor that enables exquisite HDR performance for maximum comfort during extended viewing sessions, with superior visual clarity and realism that no other monitor can provide.

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HDR performance will be improved once the brightness intelligence plus sensor is switched on.
The monitor shows two different image quality between HDR with B.I. sensor and HDR without B.I. sensor.
What Is the B.I.+ Sensor (Brightness Intelligence Plus Sensor) and How Does It Improve HDR Performance?

Whether partaking in an intense gaming session, working hard all day, or watching films into the evening, the B.I.+ Sensor helps to detect the optimal viewing conditions and adjust the monitor settings based on the environment.

The B.I.+ Sensor detects the level of ambient lighting as well as the content being viewed to automatically adjust screen brightness, dynamic contrast and colour temperature. The result of this? Optimized HDR performance with clearer levels of details in the dark areas of the screen while avoiding overexposure in the bright areas. This contributes to protecting your vision, with BenQ’s coveted Eye-Care features also making sure that your eye-health is retained during long sessions at the desk, whether it’s for work or pleasure.

HDR enables a virtual displaying device to display darker device to display darker darks and brighter brights, reproducing visuals that are closer to reality.
What Is HDR and What Is It For?

HDR (AKA High Dynamic Range) enables a visual displaying device - like a monitor - to display darker darks and brighter brights, reproducing visuals that are closer to reality.

There are several types of HDR Content Standards. The most common household HDR Standards are HDR10 (digital content like Video Games or Streaming Services like Netflix) or HLG (Television broadcasting). A monitor will specify which HDR Content it can support.

What is HDR 400?
HDR400 is a certification awarded from DisplayHDR by VESA.

You can find out more here:

https://displayhdr.org/

Experience BenQ’s B.I.+ HDR Monitors
This is BenQ 4K UHD gaming monitor EL2870U.


BenQ EL2870U



- 28" LED UHD 4K Gaming Monitor
- AMD FreeSync with 1ms GTG response time
- HDR10 Content Support

- BenQ Eye-Care inc B.I.+ Sensor

 

This is BenQ EX3203R HDR curved gaming monitor.

BenQ EX3203R

- 32" QHD HDR Curved Gaming Monitor
- AMD FreeSync 2 with 144Hz refresh rate
- BenQ Eye-Care inc B.I.+ Sensor 
- DisplayHDR 400 Certified

 

This is BenQ 4K video enjoyment monitor EW3270U.

BenQ EW3270U

- 32" UHD 4K Video Enjoynment Monitor
- Multiple Connectivity: HDMI 2.0, DPI.2, USB-C
- BenQ Eye-Care inc B.I.+ Sensor

- HDR10 Content Support

 

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