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BenQ 32" Designer Monitor PD3200U, 3840x2160 4K UHD, IPS, 100% sRGB PD3200U $1039.20 @ Amazon AU and JB Hi-Fi


This is a designer/professional grade monitor, normally selling on Amazon for $1299. Has widespread positive reviews, and is a must for anyone who requires colour accuracy in their profession

It rarely comes down to this price, and from the price graph at camelx3, it won't stay at this price for long.

Product Overview:
Designed to meet the rising demands for a large-sized viewing experience in ultra-high definition, the PD3200U boasts a 32" 4K display built with BenQ's advanced IPS technology, providing creative professionals more than three times the standard FHD working space to work confidently in 100% sRGB and Rec.709 colour spaces. With features such as a 3840x2160 resolution, 4ms GTG response time, 100% sRGB, 10-bit colour, VESA 100mm support, tilt, swivel, pivot, height adjust and more, the PD3200U is ideal for creative professionals.

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  • +3 votes

    same price at JB, can price beat at OW still at $1298


    don't forget cashback !!!

  • -1 vote

    lol at sRGB and rec 709.


      Agreed. If it was for professional colour use then it would cover Adobe RGB gamut as well.


        Under what circumstances would one need Adobe RGB colour reproduction over sRGB?


          If you want to preserve the maximum gamut and edit in that space then Adobe RGB provides that, you can always compress down to sRGB later. The reverse is not true, sRGB is the MP3 of a WAV if that analogy helps.
          If you shoot in sRGB then no point using Adobe RGB but if you’re serious about photography and shoot RAW then Adobe is definitely better.
          An Adobe RGB gamut monitor can show an sRGB image but an sRGB monitor cannot show an Adobe RGB image. Think TVs now with HDR.


        It would also be double the price.


    At this size and resolution I wonder if Windows fonts look good scaled at 200%.

    • +2 votes

      I have a monitor with the same resolution and everything looks fine at 100%…no need to scale up.

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