Product Comparison: BenQ PD3220U vs BenQ PD3200U
- Exceptional image quality with QHD (3840x2160) resolution.
- Here, for most users the greatest features to look at is the resolution and panel type. Good resolution.
- I was looking for a decent 4k HDR 27 inch calibrated monitor that can handle design work, coding, photo editing, and video editing. Awesome.
- I looked at all the monitors in this price range, and chose it for resolution.
- 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. QHD resolution!
- 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.
- This monitor is great, beautiful color image and decent port selection, I'd love to keep it.
- For video/picture editing, the monitor offers excellent color reproduction.
- I'm a serious amateur photographer and it's great to be able to enjoy my pictures on this big screen in this really excellent color.
- Plugged it in and loved the picture quality.
- Accurate color and sharp screen with good design.
- 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.
- No power light in sight (This is an amazing feature, especially when you're watching movies. No distraction!).
- Very useful DisplayPilot software to quickly switch between picture modes.
- Comes with Technicolor certified colour calibration out of the box.
- There's a small hook to hang your headhphone behind the monitor.
- Built-in speakers are not great but I don't think that should be a dealbreaker.
- 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.
- All the cables you need to connect up to graphics card are supplied.
- I connect three computers to my monitor, a windows PC for gaming, my Mac Pro 5.1 for music production and my work MacBook pro.
- Very flexible with good connectivity.
- There's no VGA input for legacy connections, so keep an old monitor around if you might need this.
- The HDMI connection occasionally cut out, but I think this was the cable connection with my laptop.
- 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.