BenQ SW2700PT 27" 16:9 Photographer IPS Monitor

BH #BESW2700PT • MFR #SW2700PT
BenQ SW2700PT 27" 16:9 Photographer IPS Monitor
Key Features
  • 27" In-Plane Switching (IPS) Panel
  • DVI-DL | HDMI 1.4 | DP 1.2 Inputs
  • 2560 x 1440 Resolution
  • 1000:1 Contrast Ratio
This SW2700PT 27" 16:9 Photographer IPS Monitor from BenQ features 99% coverage of the Adobe RGB color space and 100% coverage of the sRGB color space for more accurate color representation for various types of photography. Aiding in the enhanced color accuracy of this BenQ monitor is the ability to calibrate the internal image processing chip, eliminating the need to tweak the graphics card in most situations. You can also take advantage of proprietary calibration software to ensure your monitor maintains the color accuracy it had on day one.
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BenQ SW2700PT Overview

This SW2700PT 27" 16:9 Photographer IPS Monitor from BenQ features 99% coverage of the Adobe RGB color space and 100% coverage of the sRGB color space for more accurate color representation for various types of photography. Aiding in the enhanced color accuracy of this BenQ monitor is the ability to calibrate the internal image processing chip, eliminating the need to tweak the graphics card in most situations. You can also take advantage of proprietary calibration software to ensure your monitor maintains the color accuracy it had on day one.

The display of the SW2700PT features a 2560 x 1440 QHD resolution with 109 pixels per inch for increased clarity. In addition to the enhanced resolution, you benefit from a more dynamic picture with a 1000:1 contrast ratio, reduced lag with a 5 ms response time, and a larger color palette with 10-bit support for up to 1.07 billion colors. On the back of the monitor you will find DVI-DL, HDMI 1.4, and DisplayPort 1.2 inputs for easy setup. Once set up, you can easily configure the display with intuitive OSD controls and even attach the included shading hood to help block ambient light.

General Features

Adobe RGB Wide Color Space

Preserve the colors you captured to help ensure precious moments are remembered. BenQ Photographer Monitors' IPS technology and 99% Adobe RGB color space support provide solid color performance and superwide color range.

2K QHD Monitor

With an increased resolution over Full HD displays, 2K QHD resolution delivers greater clarity of fine details and textures for visually intensive work with more perceptible quality in graphics, designs, and photos that human eyes can see.

AQCOLOR Technology

Devoted to meet the latest professional color standard, BenQ has developed AQCOLOR technology to uphold the concept of "Accurate Reproduction." BenQ has invited a color expert to lead the team, and also actively participated in ICC (International Color Consortium) and ISO (International Standard Organization) to establish color-related standards and implementation.

Enrich Your Palette with 99% Adobe RGB

Fully visualize the true colors of nature. Adobe RGB color space offers a far greater range of color reproduction for shades of blue and green, resulting in a more realistic color representation for outdoor and nature photography. With 10-bit panels producing over one billion colors for natural color transitions and subtle shading, the SW2700PT renders the silky smoothest gradations.

14-Bit 3D LUT and Delta E ≤ 2

The 14-bit 3D look up table (LUT) improves RGB color blending accuracy, resulting in improved color reproduction. Precise Delta E ≤ 2 in both Adobe RGB and sRGB color spaces renders a true and representative view of the original image.

Hardware Calibration

Hardware calibration allows you to adjust the image processing chip in the monitor without changing the graphic card output data. It keeps images consistent with its original copies without being affected by graphic settings.

Palette Master Element Calibration Software

With the use of Palette Master Element and a calibrator, you can tune and maintain the color performance of the monitor at its most optimal state.

Professionally Factory Calibrated for Exacting Color Accuracy

Each BenQ Photographer Monitor is individually factory-calibrated upon production to help assure precise Delta-E and Gamma performance. Achieving an average Delta E ≤ 2 in both Adobe RGB & sRGB color spaces, calibration results are validated against industry color standards to deliver a true and representative view of original content.

OSD Controller

The OSD controller is a remote controller that comes with three preset buttons, each set up with a customized display setting such as photo editing, entertainment, or web surfing. This allows you to switch between the presets without going through settings. The OSD controller also comes with a button for quick OSD navigation and setting.

Black-and-White Mode

With a simple click of a button, you can preview color photos in black-and-white before adding the actual effect.

Hotkey Puck

Hotkey Puck lets you switch between Adobe RGB, sRGB, and Black & White modes effortlessly. The buttons can also be customized to map other modes or OSD settings, such as brightness and contrast to bring added convenience to photographers.

Shading Hood

The SW2700PT includes a detachable shading hood that effectively reduces screen glare from ambient lighting, ensuring levels of color accuracy that are required for professional work.

Eye-Care Technology

BenQ eye-care technologies reduce eye fatigue for user comfort, enhanced productivity, and workplace safety during extended use.
UPC: 840046032890

BenQ SW2700PT Specs

Display
Size27"
Screen Area23.49 x 13.21" / 596.7 x 335.6 mm
Panel TypeIPS-Type LCD
TouchscreenNo
Resolution2560 x 1440
Aspect Ratio16:9
Pixels Per Inch (ppi)109 ppi
FinishMatte
Maximum Brightness350 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio1000:1
Dynamic Contrast Ratio20,000,000:1
Refresh Rate60 Hz
Variable Refresh TechnologyNone
Bit Depth / Color Support10-Bit (1.07 Billion Colors)
Look-Up Table14-Bit
Color Gamut99% Adobe RGB
100% sRGB
Response Time5 ms (GtG)
Viewing Angle (H x V)178 x 178°
Dot Pitch0.2331 x 0.2331 mm
Inputs / Outputs
Connectivity1 x DisplayPort 1.2
1 x HDMI 1.4
1 x DVI-D
1 x 3.5 mm Output
1 x USB Type-B Input
2 x USB Type-A (USB 3.1 / USB 3.2 Gen 1) Output
HDCP SupportYes, Version 1.4
Memory Card Slots1 x SDXC/MMCplus Hybrid
Supported LanguagesCroatian
Czech
Dutch
English
French
German
Hungarian
Italian
Japanese
Polish
Portuguese
Romanian
Russian
Serbian
Simplified Chinese
Spanish
Swedish
Traditional Chinese
Power
Power Consumption36.7 W (Typical)
0.5 W (Standby)
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
AC Input Power VAC50 / 60 Hz
Power Adapter TypeInternal
Environmental
Operating Temperature32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
Operating Humidity10 to 90%
CertificationsENERGY STAR, as per Manufacturer
Physical
Height Adjustment5.12" / 130 mm
Rotation Adjustment90° (-45 to 45°)
Swivel Adjustment70° (-35 to 35°)
Tilt Adjustment-3.5 to 20°
Mounting-Hole Pattern100 x 100 mm
Lock SlotYes, Kensington
Dimensions (W x H x D)25.1 x 21.8 x 15.1" / 638.8 x 553.0 x 383.4 mm (with Stand)
25.1 x 15.1 x 2.5" / 638.8 x 383.4 x 64.1 mm (without Stand)
Weight18.30 lb / 8.3 kg (with Stand)
13.01 lb / 5.9 kg (without Stand)
Packaging Info
Package Weight27.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)27.5 x 20 x 10.5"
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