BenQ PhotoVue SW272Q 27" 1440p HDR Monitor

BH #BESW272Q • MFR #SW272Q
BenQ PhotoVue SW272Q 27" 1440p HDR Monitor
Key Features
  • 27" 16:9 IPS Panel
  • HDMI | DisplayPort | USB-C
  • QHD (1440p) 2560 x 1440 at 60 Hz
  • 5 ms (GtG) Response Time
Designed primarily for professional photographers and video editors, the 27" PhotoVue SW272Q 1440p HDR Monitor from BenQ helps to bring images to life with exceptional color accuracy and tools to help streamline your workflow. The Calman verified and Pantone validated 2560 x 1440 resolution QHD screen delivers crisp visuals that cover 99% of the Adobe RGB and 98% of the DCI-P3 color spaces. HDR10 compatible high-dynamic range support enhances buildings, landscapes, and other outdoor environments with realistically bright highlights and deep shadows.
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Is the stand fixed to the monitor, or can it be ...

Is the stand fixed to the monitor, or can it be removed and a VESA 100*100 mount used?
Asked by: Matthew
Yes, the stand on this BenQ PhotoVue SW272Q 27" 1440p HDR Monitor can be removed and the monitor VESA mounted.
Answered by: Sagi
Date published: 2023-11-13

Does it include a hood?

Does it include a hood?
Asked by: Andrea
Hello. Thank you for your question about our SW272Q. The shading hood is included with the purchase of the monitor.
Answered by: BenQ Customer Service
Date published: 2023-07-17

can you compare the sw272Q and the sw270C? is ...

can you compare the sw272Q and the sw270C? is there much of a difference to work with my new Studio M2? and for easy setup
Asked by: ellen
Hello. Thank you for the question about the SW272Q and the SW270C. The BenQ PhotoVue SW272Q is designed to succeed the BenQ SW270C. Its primary enhancement is the increased power delivery through USB-C, which has been upgraded to 90w from the previous 60w. Additionally, both models are compatible with the Mac Studio M2.
Answered by: BenQ Customer Service
Date published: 2023-09-07

Is this a true 10 bit monitor?

Is this a true 10 bit monitor?
Asked by: Scot
Many sources claim the BenQ SW272Q and SW272U to be (8bit + FRC) https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/46c033b3 Also Art Is Right on Youtube - Benq ambassador: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=djYBddViXQo&t=7s
Answered by: Scot
Date published: 2023-11-18

What speed is the SD card reader?

What speed is the SD card reader?
Asked by: Patrick
The BenQ PhotoVue SW272Q 27" 1440p HDR Monitor has a USB 3.1 Gen 1 connection, so the SD Card will operate at 5GB/s.
Answered by: Alexandra D
Date published: 2023-11-12

How does this compare to my mac 27” monitor that ...

How does this compare to my mac 27” monitor that is about 10 years old?
Asked by: Tracey
The BenQ PhotoVue SW272Q 27" 1440p HDR Monitor is miles ahead of any screen from 10 years prior. It boasts 2K resolution, studio level accuracy, and a contrast ratio that makes designing and editing much more enjoyable than older screens. The model is competitive versus screens of today, let alone from years back.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2023-11-24

Does this monitor come with a cable to connect to ...

Does this monitor come with a cable to connect to computer? If so, what type of cable?
Asked by: Michael
Hello. Thank you for your question about our SW272Q. The following cables are provided to connect your monitor to a computer, mini DP to DP cable, HDMI 2.0, and USB-C.
Answered by: BenQ Customer Service
Date published: 2023-07-17

Other than the higher resolution, how does this ...

Other than the higher resolution, how does this monitor compare to the BenQ SW 272U?
Asked by: Richard
Hello. Thanks for the question. Key distinctions between the BenQ PhotoVue SW272U 27" 4K HDR Monitor and the BenQ PhotoVue SW272Q 27" 1440p HDR Monitor include: - Resolution of UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) at 60 Hz compared to QHD (1440p) 2560 x 1440 at 60 Hz - Brightness levels of 400 nits versus 300 nits.
Answered by: BenQ Customer Service
Date published: 2024-02-27
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