Product Comparison: BenQ BL3200PT vs Samsung S34E790C
- For the price its a great monitor, the resolution is good and makes multitasking very easy.
- Great monitor - I would say 32" is right on the maximum size before you would want to go with 4k resolution.
- This is the perfect monitor size/resolution in my view.
- This 32" 2560x1440 res monitor seemed like the perfect size and resolution for me.
- Excellent monitor, the resolution of 2560 x 1440 in 32 inches is great.
- I bought this for gaming and it really does make games that support the resolution fantastic.
- 21:9 3440x1440 is a superb resolution that gives you ample room to effectively split your screen into two for most of your general use.
- If you are a gamer wanting a super-wide display (I bought the 34") then stop searching now and buy it.
- Sure, not all titles support 3440x1440 resolution but this is easily overridden via the GeForce Experience app from nVidia.
- The best monitor for gaming at this size, resolution, and aspect ratio.
- Good coverage of the sRGB color space or Rec 709 once calibrated.
- Great contrast for an LCD panel, light coating -somewhere between matte and glossy.
- I like that it come without dead or bright pixel or sub-pixel.
- Most of the many color presets are of limited value.
- In practice the 'User' color preset is the only one which gives very good results.
- Colour-wise, it is very easily calibrated to suit your personal preference via a little joystick on the back of the screen.
- I found the colours out of the box to be a bit bright for me but a few seconds of tweaking allowed me to get them just right.
- I modified colour/gamma/brightness settings and downloaded some colour profiles provided by other users and whilst I was able to improve it.
- This is not an IPS display though, if you want to do design work or edit photos and get a uniform display look for IPS.
- It made dark scenes in films and television look washed out as if the gamma was turned up really high - even though it wasn't.
- Stand is solid with all the adjustments you're likely to need (height, turn, tilt and swivel).
- Features that seem really sensible and logical that no other monitor seems to have just leave you wanting more.
- It has some nice extra features, such as vertical and horizontal titling.
- A remote control for the monitor options, and low-blue light options very good features.
- The brightness adaptation feature (monitor brightness changes based on room brightness) isn't very reliable.
- The screen in screen function is also Avery good feature.
- Comes with a bunch of USB's as well which is a nice extra feature.
- You can easily use 4 windows at once if needs be.
- The menu of controls are fiddly to use and there's quick way to turn the power off.
- The stand does not allow you to push this back close to a wall.
- The monitor can use the audio from the HDMI and DP connections which means you don't need a separate audio cable from your PC or laptop.
- 2 x USB3 + sdcard reader on the right side and 2 x USB2 in the back both sets have been handy for drives, lights and phone charging.
- Connected dvi and provides real hi definition that's let me increase font size so I can easily read text as well as editing photos and video.
- Connected it using the Display Port on my Nvidia GTX 760 and it was immediately recognised and working.
- Its connected via display port to my Mac mini at full 2k resolution.
- Truly plug and play too - I connected it via the DisplayPort cable.
- HDMI restricts refresh rate, be sure your machine supports DisplayPort.
- This monitor is not bad. Very good connection.
- It's very comfortable for the eyes and gives a well balanced picture. HDMI and DP, easy connections.
- Nice, curve is good, decent visibility in a room with a lot of glare. Good connectivity with DP and HDMI.