BenQ has unveiled their new SW2401PT monitor with a 24-inch QHD IPS display. The new monitor is announced as the world’s first professional photography monitor that combines a selection of high-end features for highly reliable color accuracy, fidelity, consistency, and seamless compatibility with today’s DSLR cameras.
The QHD IPS display has a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels and includes a 99-percent Adobe RGB color space. The monitor allows for hardware calibration to allow users to adjust the image-processing chip easily without changing the graphics card output data. It also has two preset modes to create personalized calibration settings, a 14-bit 3D LUT which improves RGB color blending and DeltaE<2 in both Adobe RGB and sRG color spaces, in addition to both an OSD controller and a Black-and-White viewing mode.
The increased resolution on this monitor will give 77% more work-area over a normal full-HD monitor, something that is welcome by anyone working with photos and images. It also features BenQ’s RevolutionEyes technology and ZeroFlicker to reduce eye strain when working over long periods at the screen.
Even though this monitor is presented as part of the lineup for CES 2015, you don’t have to wait to get it. The BenQ SW2401PT is said to be available now at an $499 MSRP.
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