BENQ PV3200PT REVIEW

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If you need a monitor big enough to be a TV, BenQ has your 4K fix

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4K is the future. While 1080p monitors and televisions remain by far the most common found in the average home, they’re slowly being phased out and replaced by new, UltraHD sets. Eventually, the march of progress will make 1080p obsolete, just as 1,280 x 1,024 – once a popular PC monitor resolution – is now rarely seen.

If you’re interested in making content for 4K, or you simply want to experience the future today, you’re going to need a professional-grade screen. Like BenQ’s PV3200PT. Measuring 32 inches diagonally, and boasting full AdobeRGB cover, this display is one of the most capable we’ve seen recently. It competes with the Samsung U32D970Q, the HP Dreamcolor Z32x, and Dell’s UP3216Q, a list that might easily be named the “monitor hall of fame.”

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