BenQ delivers accurate colors for designers and photographers at Adobe MAX 2018

Costa Mesa, US- 13th September 2018- BenQ, the global leading innovator in displays, will be exhibiting at this year’s Adobe MAX in Los Angeles, the ultimate creative event for graphic and web designers, creative directors, illustrators, and photographers. BenQ’s team of experts will be based at stand 416, where they’ll be showcasing the brand new PD2700U and prototype PD3220U monitor, alongside exciting presentations from BenQ Ambassador and wedding photographer Art Suwansang, and Bert Monroy, Digital Fine Artist, Illustrator, and Author.

During the event, Art Suwansang and Bert Monroy will demonstrate how BenQ monitors integrate into their workflows, discussing the impact the revolutionary AQCOLOR™ Technology has had on their color workflows. Art Suwansang has a strong background in computer technology and is committed to bringing his extensive knowledge and experience to the field as a teacher and lecturer. Bert Monroy is a digital fine-artist, illustrator, and author, with over 30 years’ experience in the field. Bert’s work has been used to introduce software products such as Photoshop, VideoWorks, PixelPaint and ImageStudio.

Launching for the first time at the event, is the PD2700U monitor and the new prototype PD3220U monitor, which feature BenQ’s revolutionary AQCOLOR™ technology, delivering absolute color precision with 100% sRGB color gamut, and an ultra-high resolution of 3840×2160. These bring out the clarity and color precision in images, delivering an accurate and consistent workflow for designers of all abilities. BenQ will also be showcasing a selection of its existing range of PhotoVue Photographer SW monitors, DesignVue Designer PD monitors, and VideoVue PV monitors, with built-in AQCOLOR™ technology and Technicolor® Certification, meeting strict color standards for Hollywood, the broader media, and entertainment industries.

In addition to the brand-new PD2700U monitor, BenQ will also be showcasing the following monitors at Adobe MAX:

PD3220U- an upcoming release for 2019, the PD3220U will be showcased as a prototype at the event.

PD3200U- designed to meet the rising demand for large-sized viewing and ultra-high definition, the PD3200U boasts a 32” 4K display built with BenQ’s advanced IPS panel technology, providing creative professionals over 300% working space to work confidently in 100% sRGB and Rec.709 color spaces.

SW240- supported by BenQ’s AQCOLOR™ Technology, the 24.1” monitor covers industry standard space of 99% Adobe RGB and 100% sRGB, delivering factory-calibrated color accuracy to ensure brilliant colors for photography professionals and amateurs alike.

SW271- building upon the success of its award-winning predecessor, the SW271 sets a new benchmark for wide gamut monitors, taking image quality to the next level with the addition of HDR capabilities. The 27” 4K UHD monitor offers extraordinary clarity of fine details and textures on a 10-bit panel with 99% Adobe RGB and 100% sRGB color space coverage, and also supports HDR content.

SW320- the 31.5” 4K UHD monitor is dedicated to true color accuracy through hardware calibration that results in the utmost color fidelity of Delta E≤2. This professional monitor has a wide color gamut that achieves 99% Adobe RGB, and packaged with the Palette Master Element software, the SW320 offers outstanding color accuracy and resolution for creative professionals.

Alongside the display products and presentations, BenQ will be promoting its once in a lifetime competition. BenQ is offering one lucky winner the chance to explore and capture some of Americas’ most spectacular sites; a prize worth $5,000*. The competition will be running until November 30th, 2018, where the lucky winner will win a trip to their choice of the historic creole capital, New Orleans, a tropical paradise with a storied past, Old Havana, or the home of the Granite Giants, Yosemite. These adventures are designed to guide photographers through some of the most photogenic locations, making it the perfect opportunity to expand and sharpen their photography skills.