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BenQ launches new monitor designed for photographers

The SW270C is the latest addition to the SW PhotoVue range and promises brilliant colour accuracy and efficient connectivity

Fine-tuning the colour and brightness of sub-regions across the entire screen, BenQ uniformity technology offers screen-wide precise colour for highly authentic and consistent viewing experiences.

The monitor features 99% of Adobe RGB, 100% of sRGB/Rec.709 and 97% of DCI-P3/Display P3. Additionally, the SW270C’s HDR10 technology offers photographers the chance to preview the HDR effect of their content.

When it comes to connectivity, the latest USB-C port provides high-speed video/audio/data transmission and power delivery with one single cable, providing a quick and easy workflow set-up, helping the user reach greater levels of efficiency.

Other key features include:

  • 16-bit 3D LUT with a 10-bit panel for smooth colour gradients
  • Hardware calibration
  • Includes shading hood
  • Gamut Duo mode for side-by-side colour comparison
  • Next generation hotkey puck

For more information, please visit BenQ’s website.

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