BenQ’s new Creative Series monitors have been designed with photographers, video post-production pros, graphic designers, CAD/CAM specialists, and other creative professionals in mind according to the latest press release by the company. BenQ maintains that the monitors will “provide professionals with the color accuracy and efficiency that’s essential to their creative process”. The company has always offered some exceptional choices for gamers but they have been steadily expanding their reach into other markets too.
The lineup starts with the BenQ SW320, a 32-inch 4K monitor with HDR support. The monitor is basically an upgrade of the SW2700PT which was already well received by critics and audience alike. Both of them offer 99 percent Adobe RGB and 100 percent sRGB with some major differences including a bigger panel and the high dynamic range support. Furthermore, the SW320 will also have the same built-in tools for color calibration as all the monitors of the SW series aim to display images with extremely high levels of detail.
Another item that will interest creative professionals is the PV270. The 27-inch QHD monitor is Technicolor Color Certified and is designed for video production work with 10-bit 100 Percent Rec. 709 color spaces. If that doesn’t take your fancy, you might be interested in the PD3200U and PD2700Q monitors instead. Both options use 10-bit color depth and 100 percent sRGB scale. However, the PD3200U is a 4K monitor at 32 inches while the PD2700Q features a QHD display at 27 inches.
All four monitors will be displayed at the upcoming PhotoPlus Expo which will take place during October 20-22. More information about them will be available closer to their release date which is currently slated for January 2017.