BenQ’s EX3200R has joined the company’s E-Series entertainment monitor lineup. The EX3200R is a 31.5in. curved monitor. Designed with a curvature of 1800R to increase the field of view, the EX3200R provides an immersive viewing experience. It features a 144Hz refresh rate that allows fast-moving details to be perfectly rendered for detail in high temporal rate content. The built-in Cinema Mode automatically fine-tunes the color settings in video footage. Video Format Support ensures video content is displayed in correct cadence, with no additional pulldowns that can cause distortion. It also features BenQ’s Eye-Care technologies including ZeroFlicker and Low Blue Light, eliminating flicker at all brightness levels and filtering out the harmful blue light that can cause eye fatigue and irritation; together they provide a more comfortable viewing experience.
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