BenQ EW3270ZL Eye-Care 32-Inch 1440p Monitor Revealed
Peter Donnell / 1 year ago
BenQ has just revealed their latest monitor, the EW3270ZL Eye-Care. It comes with a 32-inch display, which features a native resolution of 2560 x 1400 pixels, and comes with a range of features that are designed to make literally easy on the eye. The increased resolution over 1920 x 1080 will provide you with a nice and sharp picture, while dynamic brightness adjustments that sense the ambient lighting using a non-PWM technique, this will help prevent micro-flickering which in the backlighting, reducing potential eye strain in the process.
The panel is an AMVA+ which comes with 10 bpc support, 1.07 billion colours, and a 4ms response time (GTG). There’s a good 178/178-degree viewing angle too, with 300 cd/m2 max brightness, and a native contrast ratio of 3000:1 (static), although it does deploy dynamic mega-contrast should you need it.
Over HDMI 1.4, the display outputs 30 Hz at its native resolution, so you’ll want to use the DisplayPort 1.2 or mini-DisplayPort for 60 Hz operation at native resolution. The monitor also includes a pair of 2W speakers for ease of use, as well as a basic tilt adjustment via the stand.
“Featuring an AMVA+ panel, the 32 inch LED monitor incorporates Brightness Intelligence Technology to optimize the display performance for multimedia enjoyment. Experience visual comfort during extended viewing with BenQ’s Eye-care technology which includes Low Blue Light Plus mode and Flicker-free technology. Slim bezel design beautifully complements any space.
- 32 inch LED WQHD 2560×1440 high resolution
- Brightens intelligence adjusts brightness according to on-screen content and ambient light conditions
- Low Blue Light Plus and Flicker-Free technology reduce eye discomfort
- AMVA+ panel with an ultra-high native contrast ratio of 3000:1
- HDMI, DisplayPort, and Mini DisplayPort inputs for multi-device connection
No word on pricing revealed just yet, but we’ll update you as soon as we know more.
Would you like this display at part of your desktop? What kind of display are you using at the moment?