BenQ reveals the SW271 monitor for professional color editing
It was only yesterday that we shared with you some good news about new monitors coming to the market, and it seems that there are more to choose from. BenQ came up with another appealing monitor – the SW271 whose target audience is that of professional photographers and professionals who deal with sensitive color editing.
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A quick look at this bad boy’s specs sheet really emphasizes on its professional essence. First of all, we are dealing with a 4K UHD 27-inch monitor with 10-bit IPS panel supporting the HDR10 industry standard. Furthermore, it covers 100% of both sRGB and Rec. 709, as well as 99% of the Adobe RGB color gamut. What’s more, the SW271 boasts DeltaE levels ≦ 2, which means extremely high color accuracy.
Additionally, this monitor can work in both portrait and landscape orientations, and you can adjust the height, as you might expect. Also, it provides several modes such as Black and White, Adobe RGB, as well as sRGB. The image above displays the shading hood (it is detachable) you get with it so that ambient light would not interfere with your color editing.
Last but not least, the SW271 makes use of USB 3.1 (Gen 1), USB Type-CTM, HDMI 2.0, and DisplayPort 1.4 ports, as well as an SD card reader.