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BenQ 31.5 inch(80.01 cm) Gaming Monitor - Eye Care Technology, 4K, HDR - EW3270U (Black)

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  • Video enjoyment monitor with eye care technology
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EW3270U showcases High Dynamic Range for dazzling brightness with stark contrast for deep blacks and wide color range for intense video performance. HDR technology in a video enjoyment monitor, EW3270U offers enhanced brightness and contrast and brings incredible details and vividness to HDR video content. EW3270U’s simple hotkey switches between 4 levels of HDR and B.I.+ modes to allow users to select the most suitable clarity for displayed content based on the conditions in different viewing environments, ensuring users can fully enjoy the splendid image performance of HDR while maintaining high levels of viewing comfort in dimly lit environments. AMD Free Sync technology eliminates image tearing, broken frames, and choppy gameplay for incredibly fluid gaming experiences. With an improved refresh rate to bring out an ultra-smooth gaming experience, EW3270U is gamer’s dream monitor. Global safety authority TÜV Rhineland certifies EW3270U’s High Contrast 3000 :1, Flicker-Free, Low Blue Light, and Brightness Intelligence Plus as truly friendly to the human eye.

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Display Resolution Maximum 3840 x 2160 (4K UHD) 3840x2160 1920x1080 3840 x 2160 pixels 2560 x 1440 (Quad HD) 3840 x 2160 (4K UHD)
Screen Size 32 in 27.9 in 27 in 27 in 32 in 27 in
Display Technology LCD LED LED LCD LCD LCD
Item Weight 7.5 kg 5.7 kg 4.85 kg 6 kg 8.3 kg 6.1 kg
Model Number EW3270U EL2870U GW2780 27UL550-W 32GK650F-B.AUS 27UL850
Response Time 4 milliseconds 1 milliseconds 5 milliseconds 5 milliseconds 5 milliseconds 5 milliseconds

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Reviewed in India on 13 May 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Thats what i was looking for..thnks BENQ
By Abhilash on 13 May 2020
I will give 5 start...solid and very premium built quality with great HDR..colors r very vibrent and aslo produce very sharp images with super resolution features..no any other brand will give this package in this price. Extra 4000/- is worth for HDR when compare with GW2780. Size is perfect for gamers. And yes its sounds Is good like small Bluetooth speakers.earlier i was concerned about brightness bcoz it have 250 nits but in person its great and more than enough...fully setesfied with the purchase.
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Reviewed in India on 16 June 2020
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Reviewed in India on 27 June 2019
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Reviewed in India on 16 March 2020
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Reviewed in India on 17 August 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Incredible display for the price
By Ankush on 17 August 2020
31.5 inches of real estate, 4K, USB-C and HDR (though the brightness isn't enough to really call it true HR, you need minimum 500 nits for that).

You can't ask for more at a price of 33-34k.

The display is gorgeous, and thanks to the incredible contrast ratio of 3000:1, you can even use it as a smart TV with a Firestick 4K or Mi Box 4k (I got this).

I'm a designer so I got it because of the color accuracy and it delivers perfectly. I can barely distinguish the colours from my 16" MacBook Pro display.

Keep in mind, it's a VA panel and not IPS panel so you might feel the colours are not as punchy but again, the contrast ratio (3000:1) is a lot superior (IPS panels usually have 1000:1) as a result which means your blacks look closer to black than dark greys you see on IPS monitor panels.
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Reviewed in India on 11 May 2019
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Reviewed in India on 24 August 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Overall a great display
By Mr Blue on 24 August 2020
While going for a monitor and that too for entertainment and WFH purpose, the most important criteria for me is the colors. I checked some monitor at nearby store, but the problem that I see is they looked washed out. Later after going through reviews I came to know monitors are mainly focuses on showing true colors, and therefore while comparing picture quality for ex with a T.V they always looked washed out. I picked this monitor because of it's HDRi feature. In normal cases it works like charm but while watching movies and some videos I quickly turn on HDR mode and all the colors just pop out. However, its not perfect in all scenario. In some cases you might feel like switching off HDR mode is better. A dedicated button for this helps alot in switching HDRi mode.
Another feature that I liked about this monitor is epaper mode, which turn the display into grey-scale mode. This feature helps out while reading books and doesn't put much stress on the eyes. Speaker quality is okay, don't keep your hope high with this speaker, for a reference you can compare the sound quality with a small bluetooth speaker.
Two options are available 24 inch and 27 inch, if you are planning to code, read books frequently go with 24 inch model because you are going to get more PPI and overall text will look sharp. But watching movies and playing game is only requirement then you can prefer 27 inch model as well.
Overall, I am quite happy with the monitor and you can blindly choose this.
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NozamazoN
5.0 out of 5 stars EW3270U - der Augenschmeichler zum attraktiven Preis
Reviewed in Germany on 28 April 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Bien aprés réglages
Reviewed in France on 27 November 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Bien aprés réglages
Reviewed in France on 27 November 2019
Je vais essayer d’être bref, je suis resté quelques années sur samsung, et sur asus, mon dernier moniteur etait un modèle assez récent, le MG28UQ de chez ASUS, et j'ai décidé de changer suite a l'acquisition d'un oneplus 7 PRO ou la gestion du DCI-P3 fait toute la différence pour moi au niveau de l'écran, je souhaitais un rendu plus naturel que les samsung par exemple et un résultat qui se rapproche au maximum de l'écran de mon OP7pro et me suis orienté vers le BENQ pour la gestion du DCI P3 et le prix (acheté 309.99€ au moment ou j'ecris ce commentaire).

Tout d'abord, je précise que l'emballage est vraiment complet et solide (il le faut, les livreurs ne sont pas tous tendre avec les colis).

Le pied n'étant pas réglable, j'ai opté pour un support Vesa qui coute une 30 aines d'euros, sur Amazon également, cela permet de gagner un peu un profondeur, car je suis passé de 27 a 32 pouces.

L'installation s'est déroulée sans aucun accros, j'ai commencé a suer un peu au moment de la mise en route...

J'ai essayé plusieurs modes par défaut, (qui ont tendances a booster la luminosité) et j'étais très déçu, a envisager même le retour de l'écran...

Après avoir tâtonné un moment, voici la procédure que j'ai appliqué pour avoir un résultat que je juge tiptop :

1 installer les drivers disponibles sur le site de BENQ
Il faut savoir que par la même occasion est installé un profil couleurs spécifique a l'écran

2 Dans les paramètres affichages windows, désactiver la gestion du hdr par windows (il le laisse activé en permanence)

3 je suis équipé d'une carte gtx1070 ti de chez nvidia, dans le panneau de configuration nvidia onglet résolution, mettre les couleurs sur vraies 32 bits 10bpc et plage dynamique complète (en profiter pour activer la compatibilité Gsync)

4 Sur l'écran :
- faire un reset de la configuration (onglet systeme)
-regler la langue sur fr
-mode image : user
-luminosité : 25 a 30
-contraste : 48
-Finesse : 8
-température couleurs : Bleuatre
-teinte : 50
-AMA . élevée

Je n'ai rien fait d'autre et j'ai appliqué cette configuration sur mon pc portable du boulot et mon perso, je suis ravi du résultat pour l'instant que je trouve tres naturel et proche de mon ONEPLUS7 PRO. Le hdr est activé manuellement via le bouton dédié quand j'en ai besoin.

Je précise également que l'ensemble des reviews disponibles sur le net indiquent que le meilleur résultat de couleur constaté avec les sondes est a basse luminosité, je ne comprend pas pourquoi le fabricant la pousse autant.

Je rajoute également que la sortie casque, que j'ai utilisé pour brancher mes enceintes bose et puissante (bien plus que chez asus) c'est vraiment un plus non négligeable, le son est de qualité.

Voila, j’espère vous avoir aidé (un petit like fait toujours plaisir).

Edit du 30/11/2019 :
j'ai legerement modifié mes réglages basé sur le site rting :
mode utilisateur :
luminosité : 24
contraste : 49
finesse : 10
gamma :4
tem couleurs: bleuatre rting propose personalisé : r :97 v :94 b 99
ama : premium
super resolution : 3
Profil colorimétrique utilisé : celui de rting

Je precise également que j'ai incliné l'écran pour les angles de visibilité, je trouve le résultat satisfaisant.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Very disappointed
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 29 December 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best all-around value in 4k 32" HDR Class
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 January 2019
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1.0 out of 5 stars Falsche Angaben zu FreeSync?
Reviewed in Germany on 4 December 2018
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1.0 out of 5 stars Falsche Angaben zu FreeSync?
Reviewed in Germany on 4 December 2018
Zuerst einmal - klar, der Monitor hat eine tolle Größe und macht ein gutes bis sehr gutes Bild. 32 Zoll mit UHD bei 150% UI-Skalierung (was bei Windows 10 übrigens problemlos funktioniert) sorgen dafür, dass alles genauso groß dargestellt wird wie bei einem "normalen" 24 Zoll Monitor mit Full HD Auflösung - nur hat man vieeeel mehr Platz! An die Größe gewöhnt man sich sehr schnell und dann will man nicht mehr zurück.
Dank VA Panel sind außerdem Ausleuchtung sowie Schwarz- und Weißdarstellung sehr gleichmäßig. Das Schwarz ist tief und der Kontrast ist sehr gut - von typischen IPS-Problemen sind bei VA keine Spur. Außerdem schliert das Panel kaum - Fürs Zocken ist er also, auch dank schneller Reaktionszeiten (siehe unabhängige Tests) sehr gut geeignet, wenn es nicht gerade E-Sports sein muss (da empfehlen sich klar mehr als 60 Hz). Eine entsprechende starke Grafikkarte a la Vega natürlich vorausgesetzt.

So, jetzt kommen wir aber zu dem Problem, dass ich mit diesem Monitor habe. Es gibt schon mehrere UHD Monitore mit Freesync auf dem Markt, nahezu alle unterstützen aber nur eine FreeSync Range von 40-60 Hz und kein LFC. Gerade bei UHD, wo es doch öfter mal schwierig ist (vor allem mit AMD Karten...) konstant hohe Framerates zu erreichen, ist eine niedrigere untere Grenze für FreeSync und insbesondere LFC wünschenswert. Der Benq EW3270U ist der erste UHD Monitor mit FreeSync, bei dem genau diese Eigenschaften beworben wurden. Eine angebliche FreeSync Range von 24-60 Hz und LFC - wunderbar! Das war für mich (neben VA-Panel) DER Kaufgrund. Zusammen mit einer Vega Karte sollte so angenehmes flüssiges Spielen in UHD möglich sein. Leider waren diese Angaben wohl falsch. Obwohl in Tests von renommierten Magazinen wie tomshardware die FreeSync-Range von 24-60 Hz und LFC-Unterstützung bestätigt und gelobt wurden, unterstützt der Monitor beides bei mir nicht. Die FreeSync Range liegt nur bei 40-60 Hz (siehe Foto). Daher kann auch kein LFC aktiv sein, denn laut AMD ist die Voraussetzung für LFC, dass die obere Grenze das 2,5-fache der unteren Grenze darstellt, was bei 60 Hz als Obergrenze erst mit 24 Hz als Untergrenze gegeben ist. Ich habe den Monitor an einer RX Vega 64 mit einem DisplayPort 1.4 Kabel von Club3D am laufen - an diesen Faktoren kann es also schonmal nicht scheitern.

Ich weiß, dass auf der Produktseite von Benq in den technischen Daten keine genaue FreeSync-Range angegeben ist. Allerdings machen wie gesagt mehrere IT-Magazine die Angabe über den Monitor, dass er 24-60 Hz und LFC unterstützt, u.a. tomshardware und PC Perspective. Und die denken sich das ja auch nicht aus oder ermitteln es irgendwie selbst, sondern bekommen es von Benq mitgeteilt. Hier handelt es sich also meiner Meinung nach klar um eine Fehlinformation durch Benq. Enttäuschend.
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