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Once you've experienced the full cinematic immersion that comes from using a 21:9 aspect ratio display - or UltraWide monitor - there really is no going back. With the Benq EX3501R the veteran maker of all things display has released an affordable and high-quality UltraWide display designed for gaming.

At a glance the Benq EX3501R sets itself apart from most gaming displays right away, the minimal black outline of the screen and subtle futuristic brushed chrome back is more in line with something you’d find sitting on the desk of a graphic designer. Complimented by the 1800R curvature, the screen-area itself being almost bezel-free, a simple logo, and no sign of RGB accents – it’s hard not to fall immediately in love. But, make no mistake about it, the Benq EX3501R is a gaming monitor at heart. Thanks to the underlying hardware, this stylish display also offers up a 100Hz refresh rate, several pre-calibrated Game picture modes, a low 4ms response time, and full AMD FreeSync support.

There’s just something to be said about a display that puts the image front and centre, while still leaving room to create a visually appealing and understated design.

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