Wednesday, November 30th 2016

BenQ Intros the EW3270ZL Eye-Care Monitor

BenQ introduced the EW3270ZL Eye-Care monitor. This 32-inch monitor features a native resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, with a design focus on being easy on the eyes. This include dynamic brightness adjustment that senses the ambient lighting; and a non-PWM method of adjusting brightness of the LED back-lighting (prevents micro-flickering). Under the hood is an AMVA+ panel with 10 bpc (1.07 billion colors) support.

Other key display features include 4 ms response time (GTG), 178°/178° viewing-angles, 300 cd/m² maximum brightness, native contrast ratio of 3,000:1 (static), and dynamic mega-contrast. The display takes input from HDMI 1.4 (native resolution at 30 Hz), DisplayPort 1.2 (native resolution at 60 Hz), and mini-DisplayPort (native resolution at 60 Hz). Other features include 2W stereo speakers. The stand allows basic tilt adjustments. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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7 Comments on BenQ Intros the EW3270ZL Eye-Care Monitor

#1
TheLostSwede
Why would it be 30Hz over HDMI, this isn't a 4K screen..?
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#2
Prima.Vera
I always loved the sharpness of VA panels over IPS.
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#3
silapakorn
Throw in 144hz and this could be my next gaming screen. Never want to go 4K since I can't afford to invest another $1000+ on GPU anyway.

Lose the speakers, add 144hz, and price around $900 and I'm game.
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#4
Ferrum Master
Looks like my old BL3200PT just with a worse stand.
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#5
Brusfantomet
TheLostSwede, post: 3562584, member: 3382"
Why would it be 30Hz over HDMI, this isn't a 4K screen..?
Probably because HDMI is the same as DVI single link, and that would give you 30 Hs at 1440p.
It does say that it is a HDMI 1.4 interface, witch shuld be able to run 1440p at 60 hz, but guess its some cheap HDMI to DVI conversion going on in the screen itself.
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BoucheDag
TheLostSwede, post: 3562584, member: 3382"
Why would it be 30Hz over HDMI, this isn't a 4K screen..?
I'm making a guess here but it's probably the 10bpc on WQHD that's too much for HDMI 1.4.
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#7
deemon
silapakorn, post: 3562605, member: 105271"
Throw in 144hz and this could be my next gaming screen. Never want to go 4K since I can't afford to invest another $1000+ on GPU anyway.

Lose the speakers, add 144hz, and price around $900 and I'm game.
Throw in FreeSync, stretch to 21:9 and 40", bend it to 1000R, add HDR..... and i'm game also.
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