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BenQ PD3220U

31.5-inch 4K monitor (140ppi)


Screen size: 31.5in. | Resolution: 3840 x 2160 (139.9ppi) | Refresh rate: 60Hz | Aspect ratio: 16:9 | Contrast: ratio: 1000:1 | Response time: 5ms | colors: 1.07 billion | color gamut: 100% Rec.709, 100% sRGB, 95% DCI-P3 | HDR support: HDR10 | Brightness: 250-300 cd/m² | Backlight: LED | Viewing angles: 178 degrees/178 degrees | Panel: IPS | Stand adjustment: tilt (-5˚/20˚), swivel (30˚/30˚), pivot (90˚), height (15cm) | Video inputs: 2x HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.4, Thunderbolt 3 | Other ports: Thunderbolt 3, USB-C, USB Type B, 3x USB 3.1, 3.5mm headphone jack | Speakers: 2x 2W | Dimensions: 47.8-62.8 x 71.5 x 26.8cm | Weight: 10.7kg | Price: $1,200

BenQ is best-known for its affordable monitors and projectors, but has also moved into creative markets with its DesignVue range of monitors. At $1,199.99, the PD3220U isn’t the cheapest 4K display available, but the 31.5-inch screen provides plenty of room for graphics and video editing, and supports 100% of the sRGB color space, as well as 95% of the DCI-P3 standard used in the film industry.

There are two HDMI ports, one DisplayPort, and two Thunderbolt 3 ports, along with a USB hub that provides three USB 3.1 ports. BenQ also provides a ‘puck’ — a small dial that plugs into the display and allows you to control the on-screen menu system and other functions.

If you want to multitask, then you can connect two computers to the display and use the picture-in-picture (PiP) and picture-by-picture (PbP) features to share the screen. You can also rotate the screen by 90-degrees to switch into portrait mode. The PD3220U even includes a built-in KVM switch that lets you share the keyboard, video and mouse between two connected computers. And, if the price or size of the PD3220U is a little over the top, then there’s a 27-inch model for $1,099.99.

$1,200 at Amazon $999 at Adorama

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