Based on a high-contrast VA panel

BenQ has added another monitor with a 27-inch panel and 1920 x 1080 resolution to its lineup. The display comes with a high-contrast VA panel and it’s supposed to be HDR compatible. In addition the EW277HDR achieves 93% of DCI-P3 colour space, which makes it is suitable for professional use.

With fake HDR

BenQ has added another monitor with a 35-inch panel, 3440 x 1440 resolution and 1800R curvature to its lineup. The display comes with an AMVA panel from AU Optronics and it’s supposed to be HDR compatible. According to, the panel can be set up to 100Hz refresh rate.

240Hz and 1ms

BenQ Zowie already has a wide portfolio of displays and with the XL2546 the vendor is launching yet another FullHD model. The 24.5-inch panel supports 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution 240 Hz refresh rate, which makes this particular display relevant for playing fast first person shooters.

Targeting professionals

BenQ has been working on a new display for professionals. The PD2710QC has already been announced back in January and it looks like this display is finally becoming available. What sets this monitor apart from others is the USB-C docking station that’s been integrated into the stand.

31.5-inch, UHD resolution and HDR capability

BenQ announced the SW320 monitor for photographers, which features a 31.5-inch panel with 3840 x 2160 resolution and IPS panel. Apart from that BenQ states that the panel used covers 99% of the Adobe RGB spectrum and 100% in the case of the sRGB profile.

With massive 35-inch panel and 2560x1080 resolution

BenQ America has added yet another high-end monitor to its lineup, the 35-inch BenQ XR3501 with curved panel and 144Hz refresh rate.

With cinematic 21:9 aspect-ratio

BenQ has announced its newest 35-inch cinematic-widescreen and curved monitor that is aimed at gamers, the BenQ XR3501.
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