4K UHD (3840x2160) resolution offers extraordinary clarity of fine details and depth of subtle textures optimised for visually intensive work in animation, visual effects, graphics and photos.
Devoted to meet the latest professional colour standard, BenQ has developed AQCOLOR technology to uphold the concept: ‘Accurate Reproduction’. BenQ has invited experts to lead the team and also actively participated in ICC (International Colour Consortium) and ISO (International Standard Organisation) to establish colour-related standards and implementation.
BenQ DesignVue designer monitors PD series comply with 100% sRGB and Rec. 709 colour gamut in order to deliver accurate colours and stable brightness. BenQ professional monitors have all been certified by Technicolor, which guarantees the white point (colour temperature), gamut, gamma curve and colour differences are well within Technicolor’s requirement. PD series monitor can reproduce all different shades of colours truthfully and accurately reproduce universal standard colours.
To ensure the colour performance, every BenQ DesignVue designer monitor comes with a factory calibration report to guarantee consistency across different units. Professional designers and creative artists can fully trust the colours and see that colour details are reproduced faithfully and the colour communication errors can be significantly reduced.
Offering superior contrast for lines and shapes in technical illustrations, CAD/CAM mode accentuates the finest details to produce incredible display performance in Pro/E, SOLIDWORKS, AutoCAD, CATIA or other design software.
Often problematic for designers working with intricate details in dark images, Animation mode enhances the brightness of dark areas without overexposing bright regions. Animation mode provides 10 levels of display brightness to bring out every subtlety clearly in any ambient lighting.
Adjusting image brightness and contrast for superb clarity and detail sharpness, Darkroom mode creates the optimal setting for work in darkened post-processing environments.