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December 8, 2014
BenQ America Corp. has started shipping its 32 inch BL3201PH monitor. The IPS panel provides a wide viewing area, life-like 4K2K ultra-high-definition RGB color accuracy and the company’s RevolutionEyes technology.
The monitor is also equipped with an optimized CAD/CAM mode, which provides special color mapping for popular CAD programs. This increases the rendition of smaller details that are typically difficult to see. Also available is the Display Pilot software, which makes the monitor provide capabilities such as auto pivot, desktop partition, application tuning, PIP/PBP and OSD setting adjustments.
The BL3201PH monitor also has an external OSD controller, which allows users to save presets such as CAD/CAM, animations, low blue light modes and more. The monitor also has four USB 3.0 ports.
“Graphics professionals rely on color precision and the ability to see every detail to ensure the success of their work,” said Bob Wudeck, associate vice president, Strategy and Business Development at BenQ America Corp. “With our new BL3201PH design monitor, we’re expanding the screen size to 32 inches, adding 4K2K UHD resolution, and providing professionals with application-specific viewing modes — creating a design environment that makes detail-driven workflows more intuitive without compromising the device’s competitive price point.”
For more information, visit BenQ America.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.