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BenQ EW3270U 32 Inch 4K HDR Monitor | FreeSync | USB-C Connectivity | Integrated Speakers
BenQ EW3270U 32 Inch 4K HDR Monitor | FreeSync | USB-C Connectivity | Integrated Speakers
BenQ EW3270U 32 Inch 4K HDR Monitor | FreeSync | USB-C Connectivity | Integrated Speakers
BenQ EW3270U 32 Inch 4K HDR Monitor | FreeSync | USB-C Connectivity | Integrated Speakers
BenQ EW3270U 32 Inch 4K HDR Monitor | FreeSync | USB-C Connectivity | Integrated Speakers
BenQ EW3270U 32 Inch 4K HDR Monitor | FreeSync | USB-C Connectivity | Integrated Speakers
BenQ EW3270U 32 Inch 4K HDR Monitor | FreeSync | USB-C Connectivity | Integrated Speakers

BenQ EW3270U 32 Inch 4K HDR Monitor | FreeSync | USB-C Connectivity | Integrated Speakers

BenQ EW3270U 32 Inch 4K HDR Monitor | FreeSync | USB-C Connectivity | Integrated Speakers
BenQ EW3270U 32 Inch 4K HDR Monitor | FreeSync | USB-C Connectivity | Integrated Speakers
BenQ EW3270U 32 Inch 4K HDR Monitor | FreeSync | USB-C Connectivity | Integrated Speakers
BenQ EW3270U 32 Inch 4K HDR Monitor | FreeSync | USB-C Connectivity | Integrated Speakers
BenQ EW3270U 32 Inch 4K HDR Monitor | FreeSync | USB-C Connectivity | Integrated Speakers
BenQ EW3270U 32 Inch 4K HDR Monitor | FreeSync | USB-C Connectivity | Integrated Speakers
BenQ EW3270U 32 Inch 4K HDR Monitor | FreeSync | USB-C Connectivity | Integrated Speakers
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Features

  • High resolution: 31. 5-Inch LED 4K UHD (3840x2160 resolution)
  • Hdr support: HDR increases the dynamic range between black and white to showcase incredible clarity and details
  • Brightness Intelligence Plus technology: monitor adjusts brightness and color temperature based on on-screen content and ambient light conditions
  • Eye-care technology: low Blue light and flicker-free technology reduce eye discomfort.Brightness:300
  • Multiple connectivity: HDMI 2. 0, DP1. 4, USB-C (only for video and not for power supply)

Description

Experience a massive 32 inch 4K entertainment experience with a 10-bit vertical alignment (va) panel has a maximum resolution of 3, 840 by 2, 160 and covers 100 percent of the rec. 709 and 95 percent of the DCI-P3 color gamuts. The EW3270U has a 16: 9 aspect ratio, A very deep 3, 000: 1 native contrast ratio, A millisecond (gray-to-gray) Pixel response with will be good for gaming. BenQ patented brightness Intelligence technology sensor will automatically detect your ambient lighting surrounds and automatically adjust the screen brightness to protect your eyes from longer on screen periods. Featuring the leading HDR technology in a video enjoyment monitor, EW3270U offers enhanced brightness and contrast and brings incredible details and vividness to HDR video content. High Dynamic Range (HDR) for dazzling brightness with stark contrast, for deep blacks and bright whites and wide color range for intense video performance.


Standing screen display size 31.5 Inches


Max Screen Resolution 3840x2160 Pixels


Brand BenQ


Item model number EW3270U


Item Weight 0.264 ounces


Product Dimensions 8.46 x 28.5 x 20.55 inches


Item Dimensions L x W x H 8.46 x 28.5 x 20.55 inches


Color Metallic Grey


Manufacturer BenQ


ASIN B078HWBGH5


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available December 21, 2017


ASIN B078HWBGH5


Customer Reviews 4.0 out of 5 stars 251 ratings 4.0 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #5,249 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #270 in Computer Monitors


Date First Available December 21, 2017


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Features

  • High resolution: 31. 5-Inch LED 4K UHD (3840x2160 resolution)
  • Hdr support: HDR increases the dynamic range between black and white to showcase incredible clarity and details
  • Brightness Intelligence Plus technology: monitor adjusts brightness and color temperature based on on-screen content and ambient light conditions
  • Eye-care technology: low Blue light and flicker-free technology reduce eye discomfort.Brightness:300
  • Multiple connectivity: HDMI 2. 0, DP1. 4, USB-C (only for video and not for power supply)

Description

Experience a massive 32 inch 4K entertainment experience with a 10-bit vertical alignment (va) panel has a maximum resolution of 3, 840 by 2, 160 and covers 100 percent of the rec. 709 and 95 percent of the DCI-P3 color gamuts. The EW3270U has a 16: 9 aspect ratio, A very deep 3, 000: 1 native contrast ratio, A millisecond (gray-to-gray) Pixel response with will be good for gaming. BenQ patented brightness Intelligence technology sensor will automatically detect your ambient lighting surrounds and automatically adjust the screen brightness to protect your eyes from longer on screen periods. Featuring the leading HDR technology in a video enjoyment monitor, EW3270U offers enhanced brightness and contrast and brings incredible details and vividness to HDR video content. High Dynamic Range (HDR) for dazzling brightness with stark contrast, for deep blacks and bright whites and wide color range for intense video performance.


Standing screen display size 31.5 Inches


Max Screen Resolution 3840x2160 Pixels


Brand BenQ


Item model number EW3270U


Item Weight 0.264 ounces


Product Dimensions 8.46 x 28.5 x 20.55 inches


Item Dimensions L x W x H 8.46 x 28.5 x 20.55 inches


Color Metallic Grey


Manufacturer BenQ


ASIN B078HWBGH5


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available December 21, 2017


ASIN B078HWBGH5


Customer Reviews 4.0 out of 5 stars 251 ratings 4.0 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #5,249 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #270 in Computer Monitors


Date First Available December 21, 2017


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • High resolution: 31. 5-Inch LED 4K UHD (3840x2160 resolution)
  • Hdr support: HDR increases the dynamic range between black and white to showcase incredible clarity and details
  • Brightness Intelligence Plus technology: monitor adjusts brightness and color temperature based on on-screen content and ambient light conditions
  • Eye-care technology: low Blue light and flicker-free technology reduce eye discomfort.Brightness:300
  • Multiple connectivity: HDMI 2. 0, DP1. 4, USB-C (only for video and not for power supply)

Description

Experience a massive 32 inch 4K entertainment experience with a 10-bit vertical alignment (va) panel has a maximum resolution of 3, 840 by 2, 160 and covers 100 percent of the rec. 709 and 95 percent of the DCI-P3 color gamuts. The EW3270U has a 16: 9 aspect ratio, A very deep 3, 000: 1 native contrast ratio, A millisecond (gray-to-gray) Pixel response with will be good for gaming. BenQ patented brightness Intelligence technology sensor will automatically detect your ambient lighting surrounds and automatically adjust the screen brightness to protect your eyes from longer on screen periods. Featuring the leading HDR technology in a video enjoyment monitor, EW3270U offers enhanced brightness and contrast and brings incredible details and vividness to HDR video content. High Dynamic Range (HDR) for dazzling brightness with stark contrast, for deep blacks and bright whites and wide color range for intense video performance.


Standing screen display size 31.5 Inches


Max Screen Resolution 3840x2160 Pixels


Brand BenQ


Item model number EW3270U


Item Weight 0.264 ounces


Product Dimensions 8.46 x 28.5 x 20.55 inches


Item Dimensions L x W x H 8.46 x 28.5 x 20.55 inches


Color Metallic Grey


Manufacturer BenQ


ASIN B078HWBGH5


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available December 21, 2017


ASIN B078HWBGH5


Customer Reviews 4.0 out of 5 stars 251 ratings 4.0 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #5,249 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #270 in Computer Monitors


Date First Available December 21, 2017


abunda_amazon_reviews There's a glut of cheap 4k monitors, and quite frankly so far they haven't been very impressive. I picked this up for $450 on a cyber monday deal and after plenty of delays it finally arrived. Simply put, next to my LG panel IPS 27 1440p display and my ancient but sturdy Dell Ultrasharp 2405FPW, it's the weakest display. The resolution is fantastic. The size is great. The feature set is solid with multiple ports (I only need one but whatever) and USB 3.1c hub (sans some of the more extreme features like a SD card slot). FRC is nice, although it only supports 40hz-60hz meaning not an extreme range but still welcome. That said: Stick this next to a 27 inch iMac from yesteryear it looks cheap and it's entirely due to the lack of uniformity on the panel. First there's the very striking "shadow" across the top 1/8inch of the screen. Then there's the color shift, no matter where you head is, just scanning across a uniform color shows the weakness of the panel as flat color looks anything but flat. Fast scrolls also reveal the overzealous low latency correction (you can see bizarre ghosting of red on a white background as a yellow halo). Also strangely, Mac OS doesn't seem to want to detect the scaling resolutions, (not a big deal as you can option click the scaled resolutions). Precision color this is not. If you're not a discerning type, this probably is a "good enough" for many users although I find the color shift supremely annoying. Basically, if you're happy with this display, never stick it next to a quality display as you'll become very unhappy with it. Also I couldn't seem to get in Windows 10-bit to work at 60 Hz, which makes me believe that its only available at 30 Hz. In any case, it's not true 10 bit as its an 8-bit panel with FRC, meaning, it accepts the 10-bit color space and simulates colors by switching between nearest-neighbors in the 8 bit range between each cycle. Over all, though the monitor is much easier to assemble/disassemble which will make my return quick and easy than other displays. I guess you get what you pay for, the BenQ PD3200u even at $200 more than the EW3270U's current price seems like money supremely well spent. It's IPS or bust at the 32 inch size as its too easy to see the color shifting.... /edit: looks like someone didn’t like this review and it was flagged for sensitivity?;;Reviewed in the United States on December 4, 2018;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Decent feature set marred by so-so VA Panel;;Greg;;;Can't factory reset (well I can reset, but nothing happens), can't get "blue" tint to go away. Worked great for about 2-3 months - then literally while I was working it flipped to this blue hue for no reason and all settings are grayed (minus toggled HDR / Cinema HDR and a few other pointless settings). I'm connected via DP - no changes to graphic card drivers or anything. Literally happened while I had word open.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Screen turned to a blue hue - all settings grayed out;;Colton;;;*1 Month Update* So after adjusting settings in windows I have to admit this monitor is absolutely beautiful! The auto dimming is "Dynamic Contrast" and I was able to turn it off in Windows Registry Editor. After that and pairing this with a 2080 TI..... WOW! The monitor has been great and given me no problems whatsoever. Beautiful picture, IPS and compatible with Nvidia GSync (Even though its not certified) I can report it DOES work and works great. Right now as of June 2020 you wo t find a better monitor than this for the price. I highly recommend this monitor. I love 4K monitors and that's all I've owned for the past few years. I actually switched from my AW3418DW (Tried 1440P ultrawide for a year) to this for the 4K and "HDR". I was super excited about getting this monitor. I set it up and was immediately super impressed with the picture quality. Set Windows 10 to HDR and set the monitor to HDR and fired up a video. Colors really POP, but I noticed the screen kept getting dimmer and brighter on its own. No settings in windows were on for adaptive lighting. So I went into the monitor settings and when HDR is on none of the settings can be adjusted, no brightness, no contrast or the adaptive lighting. Only sharpness can be adjusted. If HDR is turned off (Whats the point of getting a HDR monitor if its off) the colors are very off and looks horrible with the "Simulated HDR" that comes on. After hours of looking and reading the entire BENQ manual its doing this because of the Ambient Light Sensor built into the bottom of the monitor. There is no way to turn it off when in HDR Mode. This does this when gaming as well. So i fired up a few games (YES This monitor is GSYNC COMPATIBLE) AC Odyssey won't recognize this as a "True HDR* monitor but Forza 4 will. It looks absolutely beautiful when you 1st switch one of the 3 HDR modes on but after a few seconds that Ambient light sensor kicks in and messes with the brightness and makes the picture dark. It goes back and forth and its highly noticeable. I will call BENQ and see if there is a fix but I've spent hours messing with settings to no fix. Overall the picture is amazing, colors are bright, viewing angles are great and the build is superb. The color of the monitor is actually very pleasing too. The speakers actually sound quite nice as well. Overall its very nice, a bit expensive and I wish they made a cheaper version without speakers. I will wait to see what BENQ says but if it continues to get brighter and dimmer when watching YouTube or playing a game I will unfortunately have to return and find myself another 32" 4K IPS display. -PROS -Beautiful IPS Display. -Has FreeSync and works with Nvidia GSync. -Out of the box the colors are amazing. -Has built-in speakers that actually sound quite good. -Has support for 100x100 VESA Mount. -Framless design and monitor outer color (Reddish Copper) is very appealing. -Deep Black's -HDR 400 with 3 HDR Modes. -CONS -Only 60hz (Dont bother me) and if your not playing competitive FPS shooters its not noticeable. -Stand has no adjustments (But I have mine on a monitor arm) - BENQs HDR modes aren't that great. (Display HDR is the best) -Not curved Thats pretty much it. I looked for about a week before deciding on a monitor. Ive had ma y 32" 4K monitors and this one is by gar my favorite. If you are even thinking about this monitor I highly suggest you get it. When i had questions about the dimming, I called BENQ and a live person answered the phone and helped me fix it. When asking about the warranty I was informed I could send it in to BENQ and they would send me a new replacement.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 22, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;BENQ EW3280U 32"4K IPS (With 1 month update);;Steven & Heather;;;I love everything about this monitor except what I bought it for. HDR will not work. Cannot stream 4K or HDR from Vudu. Cannot stream 4k HDR from Netflix or Amazon Prime. Ive tried 3 different Displayport 1.4 cables to rule them out. I have a GTX 1080 which i know has dispalyport 1.4. BenQs website and several reviews say the monitor is comes with Displayport 1.4 connection, but other reviews say its only Displayport 1.2, which cant handle the data needed for HDR. I can turn HDR on in Windows 10, but the selection to stream in HDR is grayed out and cannot be turned on. I dont know if its a Windows problem or BenQ is lying about its Displayport capability or its HDR capabilities. Other than that....its a nice monitor. Update 2-10-19: Turns out there was a Windows 10 update that completely screwed up HDR streaming. Its become an issue for a lot of people. And Vudu doesnt support HDR or 4K to desktops. Games that are HDR capable WILL display proper 4K HDR.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 8, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Great but HDR doesnt work properly...;;david arguelles

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Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Greg - Reviewed in the United States on December 4, 2018
Decent feature set marred by so-so VA Panel
There's a glut of cheap 4k monitors, and quite frankly so far they haven't been very impressive. I picked this up for $450 on a cyber monday deal and after plenty of delays it finally arrived. Simply put, next to my LG panel IPS 27 1440p display and my ancient but sturdy Dell Ultrasharp 2405FPW, it's the weakest display. The resolution is fantastic. The size is great. The feature set is solid with multiple ports (I only need one but whatever) and USB 3.1c hub (sans some of the more extreme features like a SD card slot). FRC is nice, although it only supports 40hz-60hz meaning not an extreme range but still welcome. That said: Stick this next to a 27 inch iMac from yesteryear it looks cheap and it's entirely due to the lack of uniformity on the panel. First there's the very striking "shadow" across the top 1/8inch of the screen. Then there's the color shift, no matter where you head is, just scanning across a uniform color shows the weakness of the panel as flat color looks anything but flat. Fast scrolls also reveal the overzealous low latency correction (you can see bizarre ghosting of red on a white background as a yellow halo). Also strangely, Mac OS doesn't seem to want to detect the scaling resolutions, (not a big deal as you can option click the scaled resolutions). Precision color this is not. If you're not a discerning type, this probably is a "good enough" for many users although I find the color shift supremely annoying. Basically, if you're happy with this display, never stick it next to a quality display as you'll become very unhappy with it. Also I couldn't seem to get in Windows 10-bit to work at 60 Hz, which makes me believe that its only available at 30 Hz. In any case, it's not true 10 bit as its an 8-bit panel with FRC, meaning, it accepts the 10-bit color space and simulates colors by switching between nearest-neighbors in the 8 bit range between each cycle. Over all, though the monitor is much easier to assemble/disassemble which will make my return quick and easy than other displays. I guess you get what you pay for, the BenQ PD3200u even at $200 more than the EW3270U's current price seems like money supremely well spent. It's IPS or bust at the 32 inch size as its too easy to see the color shifting.... /edit: looks like someone didn’t like this review and it was flagged for sensitivity?

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Colton - Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2018
Screen turned to a blue hue - all settings grayed out
Can't factory reset (well I can reset, but nothing happens), can't get "blue" tint to go away. Worked great for about 2-3 months - then literally while I was working it flipped to this blue hue for no reason and all settings are grayed (minus toggled HDR / Cinema HDR and a few other pointless settings). I'm connected via DP - no changes to graphic card drivers or anything. Literally happened while I had word open.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Steven & Heather - Reviewed in the United States on April 22, 2020
BENQ EW3280U 32"4K IPS (With 1 month update)
*1 Month Update* So after adjusting settings in windows I have to admit this monitor is absolutely beautiful! The auto dimming is "Dynamic Contrast" and I was able to turn it off in Windows Registry Editor. After that and pairing this with a 2080 TI..... WOW! The monitor has been great and given me no problems whatsoever. Beautiful picture, IPS and compatible with Nvidia GSync (Even though its not certified) I can report it DOES work and works great. Right now as of June 2020 you wo t find a better monitor than this for the price. I highly recommend this monitor. I love 4K monitors and that's all I've owned for the past few years. I actually switched from my AW3418DW (Tried 1440P ultrawide for a year) to this for the 4K and "HDR". I was super excited about getting this monitor. I set it up and was immediately super impressed with the picture quality. Set Windows 10 to HDR and set the monitor to HDR and fired up a video. Colors really POP, but I noticed the screen kept getting dimmer and brighter on its own. No settings in windows were on for adaptive lighting. So I went into the monitor settings and when HDR is on none of the settings can be adjusted, no brightness, no contrast or the adaptive lighting. Only sharpness can be adjusted. If HDR is turned off (Whats the point of getting a HDR monitor if its off) the colors are very off and looks horrible with the "Simulated HDR" that comes on. After hours of looking and reading the entire BENQ manual its doing this because of the Ambient Light Sensor built into the bottom of the monitor. There is no way to turn it off when in HDR Mode. This does this when gaming as well. So i fired up a few games (YES This monitor is GSYNC COMPATIBLE) AC Odyssey won't recognize this as a "True HDR* monitor but Forza 4 will. It looks absolutely beautiful when you 1st switch one of the 3 HDR modes on but after a few seconds that Ambient light sensor kicks in and messes with the brightness and makes the picture dark. It goes back and forth and its highly noticeable. I will call BENQ and see if there is a fix but I've spent hours messing with settings to no fix. Overall the picture is amazing, colors are bright, viewing angles are great and the build is superb. The color of the monitor is actually very pleasing too. The speakers actually sound quite nice as well. Overall its very nice, a bit expensive and I wish they made a cheaper version without speakers. I will wait to see what BENQ says but if it continues to get brighter and dimmer when watching YouTube or playing a game I will unfortunately have to return and find myself another 32" 4K IPS display. -PROS -Beautiful IPS Display. -Has FreeSync and works with Nvidia GSync. -Out of the box the colors are amazing. -Has built-in speakers that actually sound quite good. -Has support for 100x100 VESA Mount. -Framless design and monitor outer color (Reddish Copper) is very appealing. -Deep Black's -HDR 400 with 3 HDR Modes. -CONS -Only 60hz (Dont bother me) and if your not playing competitive FPS shooters its not noticeable. -Stand has no adjustments (But I have mine on a monitor arm) - BENQs HDR modes aren't that great. (Display HDR is the best) -Not curved Thats pretty much it. I looked for about a week before deciding on a monitor. Ive had ma y 32" 4K monitors and this one is by gar my favorite. If you are even thinking about this monitor I highly suggest you get it. When i had questions about the dimming, I called BENQ and a live person answered the phone and helped me fix it. When asking about the warranty I was informed I could send it in to BENQ and they would send me a new replacement.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By david arguelles - Reviewed in the United States on November 8, 2018
Great but HDR doesnt work properly...
I love everything about this monitor except what I bought it for. HDR will not work. Cannot stream 4K or HDR from Vudu. Cannot stream 4k HDR from Netflix or Amazon Prime. Ive tried 3 different Displayport 1.4 cables to rule them out. I have a GTX 1080 which i know has dispalyport 1.4. BenQs website and several reviews say the monitor is comes with Displayport 1.4 connection, but other reviews say its only Displayport 1.2, which cant handle the data needed for HDR. I can turn HDR on in Windows 10, but the selection to stream in HDR is grayed out and cannot be turned on. I dont know if its a Windows problem or BenQ is lying about its Displayport capability or its HDR capabilities. Other than that....its a nice monitor. Update 2-10-19: Turns out there was a Windows 10 update that completely screwed up HDR streaming. Its become an issue for a lot of people. And Vudu doesnt support HDR or 4K to desktops. Games that are HDR capable WILL display proper 4K HDR.

Recent Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Greg - Reviewed in the United States on December 4, 2018
Decent feature set marred by so-so VA Panel
There's a glut of cheap 4k monitors, and quite frankly so far they haven't been very impressive. I picked this up for $450 on a cyber monday deal and after plenty of delays it finally arrived. Simply put, next to my LG panel IPS 27 1440p display and my ancient but sturdy Dell Ultrasharp 2405FPW, it's the weakest display. The resolution is fantastic. The size is great. The feature set is solid with multiple ports (I only need one but whatever) and USB 3.1c hub (sans some of the more extreme features like a SD card slot). FRC is nice, although it only supports 40hz-60hz meaning not an extreme range but still welcome. That said: Stick this next to a 27 inch iMac from yesteryear it looks cheap and it's entirely due to the lack of uniformity on the panel. First there's the very striking "shadow" across the top 1/8inch of the screen. Then there's the color shift, no matter where you head is, just scanning across a uniform color shows the weakness of the panel as flat color looks anything but flat. Fast scrolls also reveal the overzealous low latency correction (you can see bizarre ghosting of red on a white background as a yellow halo). Also strangely, Mac OS doesn't seem to want to detect the scaling resolutions, (not a big deal as you can option click the scaled resolutions). Precision color this is not. If you're not a discerning type, this probably is a "good enough" for many users although I find the color shift supremely annoying. Basically, if you're happy with this display, never stick it next to a quality display as you'll become very unhappy with it. Also I couldn't seem to get in Windows 10-bit to work at 60 Hz, which makes me believe that its only available at 30 Hz. In any case, it's not true 10 bit as its an 8-bit panel with FRC, meaning, it accepts the 10-bit color space and simulates colors by switching between nearest-neighbors in the 8 bit range between each cycle. Over all, though the monitor is much easier to assemble/disassemble which will make my return quick and easy than other displays. I guess you get what you pay for, the BenQ PD3200u even at $200 more than the EW3270U's current price seems like money supremely well spent. It's IPS or bust at the 32 inch size as its too easy to see the color shifting.... /edit: looks like someone didn’t like this review and it was flagged for sensitivity?

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Colton - Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2018
Screen turned to a blue hue - all settings grayed out
Can't factory reset (well I can reset, but nothing happens), can't get "blue" tint to go away. Worked great for about 2-3 months - then literally while I was working it flipped to this blue hue for no reason and all settings are grayed (minus toggled HDR / Cinema HDR and a few other pointless settings). I'm connected via DP - no changes to graphic card drivers or anything. Literally happened while I had word open.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Steven & Heather - Reviewed in the United States on April 22, 2020
BENQ EW3280U 32"4K IPS (With 1 month update)
*1 Month Update* So after adjusting settings in windows I have to admit this monitor is absolutely beautiful! The auto dimming is "Dynamic Contrast" and I was able to turn it off in Windows Registry Editor. After that and pairing this with a 2080 TI..... WOW! The monitor has been great and given me no problems whatsoever. Beautiful picture, IPS and compatible with Nvidia GSync (Even though its not certified) I can report it DOES work and works great. Right now as of June 2020 you wo t find a better monitor than this for the price. I highly recommend this monitor. I love 4K monitors and that's all I've owned for the past few years. I actually switched from my AW3418DW (Tried 1440P ultrawide for a year) to this for the 4K and "HDR". I was super excited about getting this monitor. I set it up and was immediately super impressed with the picture quality. Set Windows 10 to HDR and set the monitor to HDR and fired up a video. Colors really POP, but I noticed the screen kept getting dimmer and brighter on its own. No settings in windows were on for adaptive lighting. So I went into the monitor settings and when HDR is on none of the settings can be adjusted, no brightness, no contrast or the adaptive lighting. Only sharpness can be adjusted. If HDR is turned off (Whats the point of getting a HDR monitor if its off) the colors are very off and looks horrible with the "Simulated HDR" that comes on. After hours of looking and reading the entire BENQ manual its doing this because of the Ambient Light Sensor built into the bottom of the monitor. There is no way to turn it off when in HDR Mode. This does this when gaming as well. So i fired up a few games (YES This monitor is GSYNC COMPATIBLE) AC Odyssey won't recognize this as a "True HDR* monitor but Forza 4 will. It looks absolutely beautiful when you 1st switch one of the 3 HDR modes on but after a few seconds that Ambient light sensor kicks in and messes with the brightness and makes the picture dark. It goes back and forth and its highly noticeable. I will call BENQ and see if there is a fix but I've spent hours messing with settings to no fix. Overall the picture is amazing, colors are bright, viewing angles are great and the build is superb. The color of the monitor is actually very pleasing too. The speakers actually sound quite nice as well. Overall its very nice, a bit expensive and I wish they made a cheaper version without speakers. I will wait to see what BENQ says but if it continues to get brighter and dimmer when watching YouTube or playing a game I will unfortunately have to return and find myself another 32" 4K IPS display. -PROS -Beautiful IPS Display. -Has FreeSync and works with Nvidia GSync. -Out of the box the colors are amazing. -Has built-in speakers that actually sound quite good. -Has support for 100x100 VESA Mount. -Framless design and monitor outer color (Reddish Copper) is very appealing. -Deep Black's -HDR 400 with 3 HDR Modes. -CONS -Only 60hz (Dont bother me) and if your not playing competitive FPS shooters its not noticeable. -Stand has no adjustments (But I have mine on a monitor arm) - BENQs HDR modes aren't that great. (Display HDR is the best) -Not curved Thats pretty much it. I looked for about a week before deciding on a monitor. Ive had ma y 32" 4K monitors and this one is by gar my favorite. If you are even thinking about this monitor I highly suggest you get it. When i had questions about the dimming, I called BENQ and a live person answered the phone and helped me fix it. When asking about the warranty I was informed I could send it in to BENQ and they would send me a new replacement.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By david arguelles - Reviewed in the United States on November 8, 2018
Great but HDR doesnt work properly...
I love everything about this monitor except what I bought it for. HDR will not work. Cannot stream 4K or HDR from Vudu. Cannot stream 4k HDR from Netflix or Amazon Prime. Ive tried 3 different Displayport 1.4 cables to rule them out. I have a GTX 1080 which i know has dispalyport 1.4. BenQs website and several reviews say the monitor is comes with Displayport 1.4 connection, but other reviews say its only Displayport 1.2, which cant handle the data needed for HDR. I can turn HDR on in Windows 10, but the selection to stream in HDR is grayed out and cannot be turned on. I dont know if its a Windows problem or BenQ is lying about its Displayport capability or its HDR capabilities. Other than that....its a nice monitor. Update 2-10-19: Turns out there was a Windows 10 update that completely screwed up HDR streaming. Its become an issue for a lot of people. And Vudu doesnt support HDR or 4K to desktops. Games that are HDR capable WILL display proper 4K HDR.