For professional photographers and graphic designers, it’s highly important that a display device produces dead precise colors. Such factor is vital for every aspect of the image, and a display solution that hits far in accuracy would be a no go. Now, BenQ wants to make a statement with its SW2700PT monitor getting awarded by the Technical Image Press Association as the 2016 Best Photo Monitor!
Just an FYI, the TIPA Award represents 30 top photography publications in 15 counties around the world, and to get an award from the association is one of the grandest accolades for display solutions available in the market.
The BenQ SW2700PT has bagged the award through its integrated hardware calibration, shading hood, and 350-lux high luminance in order to deliver 99% coverage of Adobe RGB color space, high-contrast rendering of deep blacks, and a set of connectivity options such as DVI, HDMI, USB 3.0, memory card reader, and Display port.
Its ultra-wide display with 2560 x 1440 resolution and 3.7 MP high-resolution wide viewing angle is just eye-candy from its viewing angles. It’s even capable of designating pure color fidelity that exceeds the limits of human vision in order to get that 99% Adobe RGB color space replication. As if that’s not enough, it features over 1 billion discrete colors that’s hardware-calibrated and protected.
If you fancy getting the BenQ SW2700PT, it’s readily available in the country through JT Photoworld.