AQCOLOR is BenQ's unique color technology to deliver accurate colors from its professional monitors to its respective users. "Colors You Can Trust" is the goal that BenQ would like its users to experience from color-critical monitors to the services it provides.
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We suggest calibrating your monitor every two weeks but no later than 1 month to maintain color accuracy.
Hardware calibration is to adjust colors by adjusting color IC settings of the monitor to achieve accurate colors. You can thus get a color-accurate monitor.
To know more about hardware calibration, please refer to this article
Please download BenQ Palette Mater Element (at BenQ.com support page) first to support hardware calibration. Then use a calibrator to do hardware calibration. BenQ Photographer monitor SW series now supports X-Rite i1 Display Pro / i1 Pro / i1 Pro 2 /i1 Studio, Datacolor Spyder 4 / Spyder 5 / Spyder X, Colormunki Photo
With factory-cablibrated results, you can enjoy your color critical work just out of the box with numerous preset color modes. Still we highly recommed cablibrating your monitor after use for a while.
Yes. If you would like to do hardware calibration, besides BenQ Palette Master Element software, it is suggested to apply LightSpace CAL and CalMAN Studio which can fully access to adjust the color setting on the monitor. You can also do software calibration with 3rd party software like i1 profiler.
Please go to BenQ support site to download the software. https://www.benq.com -> PhotoVue Photographer Monitor -> SW321C -> support (or download)
The USB-C port supports Video/Audio/Data/Power delivery.
Yes. The monitor's USB-C port delivers 60W which is sufficient to Windows laptop/Macbook/Macbook pro.
Please check with your laptop manufacturer to see if the USB-C port on your laptop supports DP alt mode, power and data trnasmission.