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Benq BL3200PT

Benq BL3200PT
alaScore 97

10 reviews

Oct, 2014

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BenQ BL3200PT Review: A 32-Inch AMVA Monitor At 2560x1440


The extra pixel density of a 27-inch monitor sporting a native 2560x1440 resolution can make small text difficult to read. BenQ solves the problem by adding five extra inches to its BL3200PT. Today we test this jumbo 32-inch AMVA-based panel in our lab.

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BenQ BL3200PT review


This top-of-the-line 32-inch giant is a brilliant all-rounder which will suit more than just design professionals

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BenQ BL3200PT


This top-of-the-line 32-inch giant is a brilliant all-rounder which will suit more than just design professionals


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Great for my purposes


I am a software developer, so my main focus is on having a lot of screen area for text. I do watch videos as well, but am a worker, not a gamer. These monitors have been a godsend. As mentioned, I use two BenQs in landscape, coupled with a Asus 24"...

1) Huge, high quality screen for relatively low ; 2) High static (not hyped up dynamic) contrast means readable text, good video reproduction in dark scenes. No IPS glow ; 3) Strong build quality. The stand is solid as a rock. Slim bezels for...

None that I can think of. The price varies wildly. I bought two from NewEgg weeks apart at rather significantly different prices, so watch for the sale (NewEgg Flash)

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I bought a Acer B326HUL first and the color and contrast were terrible which surprised me since I have always bought Acer monitors. (Note: I may have got a bad monitor.) Anyway, I sent it back which cost me about $140 with shipping. Next I bought a...

There are too many pros to list. Everything about the monitor pleased me. The color, the contrast, sharpness everything was perfect or adjustable if needed. I really loved the OSD controls. They even give you a little hand controller for the OSD if you...

I had to use the DVI cable to get my fonts to look right. This is not a con. I just wanted buyers to know this. Also, the monitor shakes a little too easy if touched. It needs a better support stand

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I love This Monitor, But You Need To Know Why!!


Just to sum everything up. I almost couldn't decide wither I wanted to pay the extra to get the 34UM95 then going with what I have now, but sense my monitor works great for personal use and for work use, it just made the usefulness of my monitor worth...

First off I would like to say it took me around eight months to pick a display for my setup. Some of this review will compare it next to the LG 34UM95 because my friend opted to buy one for his setup instead ; Right out of the box this monitor looked...

Now the cons aren’t lengthy but I do feel it can make or break the buy of this monitor. The display is not a premium IPS display and it should not be a replacement for a small IPS display if you are using it for detailed color work. It has greater...

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BENQ 3200


Its a wonderful monitor, Im so glad I chose it. It is kind of pricey but worth every quarter


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Solid value


As another reviewer has mentioned, BenQ's included color profile is probably not optimal. I would highly recommend reading TFT Central's review, and if you do not have calibration equipment of your own, give their .icc profile a shot to see if it's an...

Largest 1440p display commonly available; good balance between size and PPI ; Most affordable, and possibly best, display based on the AU Optronics M320DVN0 AMVA panel ; Superb black levels and contrast ; Virtually no backlight bleed and minimal glow ;...

Out-of-box settings are poor: too bright, color temperature too high, gamma too high, etc. Not hard to fix, but still annoying ; Backlight uniformity is mediocre; some darkening in the corners and noticeable mura at high brightnesses when viewed...

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BenQ BL3200PT


Lot's of real estate for the price, right resolution for the size

Atrocious colors. Possibly colors can be balanced with third party utilities, but with BenQ .icc profile, or manually balanced, (even in advanced mode) under OS X, reds and oranges are still unacceptably bright. I guess color balance of the AMVA panel...

Product Specifications


Adjustable Display: Yes
Integrated Camera: No
Integrated Microphone: No
Loudspeakers: Yes
Type of MPR Radiation: No
Type of TCO Radiation:TCO6


DVI Interface: Yes
VGA: Yes


LED Backlight:Edge LED
Screen Format:16:9
Touchscreen: No

General Features

3D: No
Product Type:LCD