A few months ago BenQ introduced a new monitor model designed for users of computers that have USB Type C connections. Now, BenQ reloads with a new monitor, especially designed for those who color is the most important factor of their work . This is the BenQ PD2500Q monitor.
Nowadays, the world of digital and quality printing coexist in a technological environment that makes possible the emergence of essential tools for visual creatives. One of them is the monitor, without which most projects could not get ahead.
The multitude of screens that exist in the market makes the decision to choose one monitor or another to become a headache for most professionals. And precisely the choice is difficult because of the great variety of professional types that exist at the moment. A photographer does not have the same needs as a graphic designer, an editorial or an audiovisual designer. Therefore, it is a good exercise to review the characteristics of one model or another to see which is best suited to the needs of the professional.
- Resolution 2K
The new BenQ PD2500Q monitor is the ideal tool for the most demanding visual creatives in terms of the color quality of their projects, as this new monitor has an 8-bit IPS LED panel of 25 inches at a resolution of 2K 2560 x 1440 pixels. This monitor is designed to reproduce a 100% sRGB color space (percentage that conforms to the Rec.709 standard). In addition, each monitor that comes out of the factory is calibrated individually, so each one is prepared to work effectively as soon as the professional connects. It even has a CAD / CAM Mode which accentuates details and lines thus improving the contrast of the image. As for the lights and shadows, the Dark Room Mode also improves brightness and contrast, as well as Animation Mode that increases brightness in darker areas. The monitor has a maximum brightness of 350 cd / m2, a typical 1000: 1 contrast, 178º / 178º viewing angles and a response time of 14 milliseconds (4ms GtG).
- Technicolor Color Cerfication
When it is affirmed that the new monitor of BenQ is thought for the perfeccionistas of the color, it is not done in pail. BenQ PD2500Q is certified with Technicolor Color Certification. To get an idea of the relevance of this certificate, just keep in mind that it is the same standard that is used in the Hollywood entertainment industry. Without doubt, in this monitor the color and its accuracy in screen are protagonists.
- Flexibility of orientation
Beyond the great color accuracy it offers, this monitor also highlights another of the functions we have liked: its flexibility in the orientation and position of the same. It is a monitor that allows you to easily change the height, orientation angle (what is more and more characteristic of BenQ monitors: the possibility of placing it upright to see projects, programs or websites in which this format is very practical). For us it supposes to see in all its extension our web, a very different way to visualize the information