BenQ has announced their latest monitor designed for CAD/CAM users, the BL3201PH 32-inch monitor with a 4K2K resolution of 3840×2160. While some might argue that this isn’t true 4K2K format, it’s the common term used by the industry itself and the width limitation comes from the 16:9 format instead of 19:10 as the format originally has.
Terminology aside, this looks like a stunning monitor featuring an IPS display with a 100-percent sRGB colour space that renders accurate and true-to-life colours. It has a static contrast of 1000 to 1 and a dynamic contrast ratio of 20 million to 1, 178-degree viewing angles, and a 4ms grey to grey response time. Adjustment features include 150mm height, -5 to 20 degrees tilt, and 45 degrees swivel in each direction.
One of the unique features of this monitor compared to the average consumer monitor is the CAD/CAM mode that alters the monitor’s colour and contrast settings to view highly detailed graphics information without ever missing a line again. The BL3201PH also got the Solidworks Certification to meet industrial demands for professional design monitors.
There are plenty of connection options on the BL3201PH with a DVI-DL port, two HDMI1.4 ports, a DisplayPport v 1.2, and a mini-DisplayPport 1.2. Audio connections are covered by headphone and line in jacks and it comes with built-in 5W stereo speakers. For the easy connectivity of other devices, it comes with a 5-port USB 3 hub where three ports are on the rear and two on the side.
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