Product Comparison: BenQ PD3200U vs BenQ EW3270U
- This is a great 1440p monitor. I have no regrets purchasing this over the other monitors I was looking.
- For office work, the monitor offers 32" of real estate, a 'low blue light' mode to take care of your eyes.
- At this resolution working on multiple windows at once is practical - and it's great to see photos at high resolution in all their glory.
- At the moment I am very happy with it, it is huge and you can really notice the resolution boost.
- It is possible to work in 4K without increasing the size of the letters or icons much. On the other hand, I did not have any flickering problems.
- What I liked about this monitor is that it is 4K, 32", has Freesync, and HDR.
- 4K is impressive, 32" is a nice large size. Good price and value for this.
- This monitor is my first 4K monitor/screen. And I happy with it.
- Watching 4K content on it whether it be Netflix or Youtube, the quality is amazing.
- My gaming laptop doesn't quite have the power to output games at 4K 60fps but seeing the games at 4K quality anyway is very nice to see.
- This monitor is great, beautiful color image and sharp.
- Outstanding image quality with QHD (2560x1440) resolution, combined with a robust frame and stand.
- For video/picture editing, the monitor offers excellent color reproduction, real blacks.
- The colour and uniformity of the display output is stunning, everything looks fresher more vibrant with more depth.
- The colour and sharpness of this monitor is fantastic as well as having a huge screen area to work with.
- The picture quality is pretty decent and seems to be fairly low input lag for gaming.
- The viewing angles are brilliant, as BenQ state, 178o from all sides is about right.
- Very rich colours, I went through 3 x 3440x1440 ultrawide monitors all giving me blurry and pixelated text in windows before I went for this one.
- Unfortunately, the quality of this VA panel is not great.
- Color reproduction is bad. Out of all the pictures modes on offer, only one seems to be even remotely acceptable, Photo Mode.
- Great thing about this monitor is DisplayPilot software that allows you to switch between different modes such as RGB, Standard, Low Blue.
- Built-in speakers are great enough for a monitor speakers.
- The build quality is solid, The base is large without taking up a lot of desk space.
- The control buttons for adjusting on screen menu work fine, no problems in using them.
- Built-in speakers is not good quality for such a price.
- Freesync is amazing in games that your PC might struggle with, and HDR really makes media much more vibrant and realistic looking.
- HDR with xbox one x faired better than Standard (SDR) which wasn't great.
- The built-in speakers are not the best, but, well, they work.
- Freesync works perfectly and Ive had no issue's with input lag or ghosting.
- The stand is basic with a small tilt adjustment and no height or swivel and definitely no rotation options.
- My laptop has an old GeForce 650M graphic card and surprisingly handles 2k resolution with this monitor very well so far through the displayport.
- Decent port selection, I'd love to keep it as far as it can live.
- All the cables you need to connect up to graphics card are supplied and, by the way, great connection options.
- The USB ports placements on the back side of the monitor, facing down. It makes it a bit difficult to plug something in.
- Since this monitor was released in 2017, it would be nice to be a bit more future proof.
- I got it primarily for Xbox 1 gaming, with some Netflix and Amazon Prime viewing. Ports are good spaced and easy to hook up.
- Used for a bit of photo editing with Lightroom, plugging a MacBook Pro into it with USB C, which works great.
- Hooked up with PC and PS4 the monitor does performed quite well.
- DisplayPort 1.4 Cable is a must. Without it, you will not be able to set the output to the highest possible standard.
- Had some issues with the USB-C connection kept cutting out.