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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:16pm 31/07/20 | 0 Comments
4K displays for PC haven't quite hit the sort of saturation that they have in the TV space. For gaming 1080p and 1440p are still the go-to resolutions, but that's not to say that you can have a great 4K gaming experience too. Case in point, the BenQ EW3280U 32" 4K HDR Entertainment Monitor.

Which although has a few shortcomings, is versatile and can handle both Microsoft Flight Simulator on PC one minute (we captured our stunning 4K footage on this display) and Ghost of Tsushima on PlayStation 4 Pro the next.

A snippet.
The BenQ EW3280U is something of an interesting release for BenQ in that it’s a 32-inch 4K IPS display, but its response time and refresh rate sits at 5ms and 60Hz respectively. So it sits there somewhere in the middle – a PC-like focus on colour accuracy and a detailed picture, but with the versatility of a display that has broader entertainment appeal – I mean, it ships with a funky little remote. From impressive picture modes (BenQ’s own HDRi tech is very cool) to in-built speakers, does it present the perfect middle-ground? Not quite, but it’s impressive.

Our Full BenQ EW3280U 32" 4K Display Review


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