Who says you need a TV to play console games? The 4K HDR revolution has come to monitors and among them stands the BenQ EW3270U, a 32-inch monitor supporting both 4K Ultra HD and HDR10. Play all the latest critically-acclaimed games the way they were meant to be played, without forking out thousands of dollars or settling for a lesser experience.
BETTER IMAGE QUALITY
Compare a TV to a monitor and you’ll likely see a difference in sharpness. It comes down to factors such as pixel density and chroma subsampling, so while both may have the same 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) resolution you’ll often find better results on a monitor. That better detail and clarity means that text stays crisp in an RPG, and that hunting for enemies in a shooter will be much easier. Add HDR and those pixels get super-charged with superior brightness and contrast for truly dramatic scenes. The sun setting over the vast western frontier or the sparkle of lights in a rainy city – witness a touch of realism like never before.
FASTER RESPONSE TIMES
Unlike monitors, TVs must deal with signal processing and that can often add significant input delays. Any gamer knows the importance of fast response times and some even pay more for it too. Whether you’re nailing beats to the rhythm, reacting to quick- time events, or simply reading your opponent’s next move, you’ll have full confidence that your display isn’t slowing you down.
FRIENDLIER ON EYES
There’s a huge difference between a TV show binge and a gaming marathon, as the second demands constant focus. Reduce eye strain with BenQ’s Brightness Intelligence Plus (B.I.+), a unique feature that gradually adjusts brightness levels and color temperature to let you game for longer. It achieves this automatically through an integrated light sensor, so you know that it’ll work reliably no matter your lighting conditions.
AN IDEAL 4K HDR MONITOR FOR THE JOB
While there are several 4K HDR monitors appearing, there is only one right for the console gaming job: the BenQ EW3270U. It hits the pixel density sweet spot with its 32-inch display size, adopts the widely-used HDR10 format for official PS4 Pro compatibility, and boasts a response rate targeted for gaming.
In short, what you get is a display that “simply works” right out of the box – no tweaking in the settings menu, no fretting over optimizations. It’s an ideal match to the console gaming philosophy, with just as attractive a price tag.
If you’re after something smaller and faster, then consider the 28-inch BenQ EL2870U, which keeps the 4K UHD resolution, HDR10 support, and B.I+ feature to give your gaming a huge visual upgrade.
Find out more at https://eyecare.benq.com.sg/