BenQ America just launched a 32-inch 4K monitor dubbed the BL3201PH. Made specifically for CAD/CAM community and for users looking for accurate color reproduction desktop monitors, the IPS panel inlaces two modes of operation: 100-percent sRGB color accuracy, and BenQ’s own RevolutionEyes mode.
BenQ’s BL3201PH is considered a 4Kx2K (3840×2160) UHD resolution display that uses IPS technology, and a higher pixel per inch (ppi) rate, while the monitor’s 100-percent sRGB color space (an actual color standard). The monitor has been purpose-built to follow the sRGB (standard Red, Green, Blue) industry color standard — a widely used guideline for color accuracy in smartphones, monitors, cameras, printers, and now even projectors like the recently introduced BenQ HC1200 Colorific projector.
For setting control, the BL3201PH includes BenQ’s external OSD controller, which allows users to save presets such as CAD/CAM, Animation, Low Blue Light modes, and many others for rapid activation at the push of a button. Users can also easily connect keyboards or external storage media through the monitor’s four rapid-transfer USB 3.0 ports or using the device’s SD card reader.
The BL3201PH retails at $1,099. Here are all the specs.