BenQ expands the Photovue line of color-matched monitors for image editors and graphic designers with a new 27-inch model that covers 99% of Adobe RGB color space and 100% of space sRGB color. The hardware-calibratable BenQ SW270C features a 16-bit 3D look-up table (LUT) and a 16: 9 aspect panel panel of the IPS with a WQHD resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels. The 10-bit panel can display up to 1.07 billion different colors. The creator promises a uniform color and light distribution throughout the screen.
The BenQ SW270C is easily adaptable to the position of the sitting viewer. The monitor foot is infinitely adjustable by 150 mm in height and the display can be rotated on both sides up to 45 degrees and tilted between -5 and 20 degrees up or down. For Pivot functionality, the supplied anti-glare hood can be adapted to portrait format.
The Hotkey Puck G2, a new-generation OSD controller, works like a remote control and allows a comfortable and nice transition between different modes. This includes the Gamut Duo mode for color comparisons of nostalgic or different color modes such as sRGB, AdobeRGB and DCI-P3. The SW270C comes with a DisplayPort connection, two HDMI 2.0 ports, three USB 3.1 ports (2 x lower, 1 x up), USB-C port and equipped with headphone jack and an integrated SD / MMC reader. For calibration, BenQ provides its own software Palette Master Element .
BenQ provides a three-year warranty monitor including on-site replacement service. BenQ PhotoVue SW270C costs 869 euros. For more information, visit the BenQ Web site.