Gaming monitors are becoming more comprehensive every day: at least when it comes to image quality. And the BenQ EX3210U that we have just encountered seems to be following this path by offering 4K resolution at 120 Hz. A specification to which it in turn adds a striking integrated audio system.
The BenQ EX3210U is a new MOBIUZ series gaming monitor that the brand has announced. A model that can be reserved and that initially offers a striking aesthetic with a front with very thin frames on three sides and a white back with an “X” shaped LED lighting system.
The set revolves around an IPS type panel with a diagonal of 32 inches in which it can offer a 4K resolution (3,840 x 2,160 pixels) in 16: 9 format. A UHD resolution that supports games up to 120 Hz. It also has a light sensor for Brightness Intelligence Plus technology and thus adjusts the brightness of the screen.
Of the rest of the features, it is necessary to refer to a coverage of the color space of 98% in DCI-P3, a brightness of 300 nits, the VESA DisplayHDR 600 certification, a contrast of 1000:1, a response time of 2 milliseconds, a refresh rate up to 144Hz with the ability to play in 4K at 120Hz.
This model is compatible with AMD FreeSync Premium Pro image enhancement technology and allows the use of HDR10. But what really stands out is the built-in audio system tuned by treVolo which includes a pair of 2-watt speakers and a 5-watt subwoofer. It also has a built-in noise canceling microphone.
3840 × 2160 pixels (4K)
AMD FreeSync Premium
Less blue light and anti-flicker
1 DisplayPort 1.3
2 HDMI 2.1
Four USB Type A USB Type B
Along with these data, it is necessary to refer, in the connections section, to the inclusion of two HDMI 2.1 ports, a DisplayPort 1.3 port, four USB type A inputs, a USB type B port and a headphone jack.
Price and availability
The BenQ EX3210U is now bookable on the BenQ site for 1,299 euros.
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