BenQ launches a new curved monitor in its mid-range segment products. Let’s talk about the new BenQ EX3203R Monitor that offers a 31.5-inch diagonal VA panel with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels and is able to achieve a refresh rate of 144Hz.
But not only that, this new BenQ monitor is also curved according to the 1800R curvature standard, a feature that should guarantee a discrete comfort in viewing experience. In fact, the radius of curvature has been studied because all the points on the screen are more or less equidistant from the user’s eyes.
Do not miss the AMD FreeSync technology, present in its second version, which makes the product more interesting for gamers.
As with most of its latest solutions, BenQ is advertising this product as HDR-compatible. The maximum brightness declared is 400cd/m2, the minimum value allowed by AMD for compatibility with HDR signals. Non-HDR content, on the other hand, will be reproduced by calibrating the monitor to a maximum brightness of 300cd/m2. BenQ also declares up to 93% coverage of the DCI-P3 color.
The connections on the back include 2 HDMI 1.4, 1 DisplayPort 1.2a, 2 USB 3.1 ports and a USB Type C port. We still have no idea on the BenQ EX3203R price and availability, but will be announced in the coming weeks.