BenQ MOBIUZ EX3210U with 32″ 4K IPS Panel, 144Hz Refresh Rate and treVolo Sound

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BenQ have just released details of their new MOBIUZ EX3210U monitor, with a 32″ IPS-type panel, 3840 x 2160 “4K” resolution and 144Hz refresh rate. The screen also has a focus on sound quality and performance, and includes HDMI 2.1 connectivity for support of the latest generation of consoles.

BenQ MOBIUZ EX3210U specs

The BenQ product page doesn’t currently list the full specs, so we will update this article when we have further information. What we do know so far is that the MOBIUZ EX3210U has a 32″ sized IPS-type panel and offers a 3840 x 2160 “4K” resolution, 1ms MPRT, 1.07b colours and a wide colour gamut covering 98% of the DCI-P3 reference space (which should be thanks to Quantum Dot coating). While not listed we would expect 1000:1 contrast ratio, 400 cd/m2 brightness, 178/178 viewing angles – since this should be based on AU Optronics’ M320QAN02.3 panel.

The 1ms MPRT spec implies the inclusion of a blur reduction mode which is handy for gamers. The high 144Hz refresh rate is supported by adaptive-sync for VRR from both NVIDIA and AMD systems, and includes AMD’s ‘FreeSync Premium Pro’ certification level.

BenQ’s usual focus on “Eye Care” is also included here offering their “Brightness Intelligence Plus Technology”, low blue light filters, flicker free backlight, ePaper mode and Color Weakeness mode.

HDR 600 Certification and HDRi Technology

For HDR there is compliance to the HDR 600 certification level, necessitating some level of basic edge-lit local dimming, a peak brightness of 600 nits+ and the pre-requisite colour enhancements listed above of 10-bit colour depth and wide DCI-P3 gamut. The screen also includes BenQ’s “HDRi” proprietary HDR technology, which “enhances HDR output by fine-tuning settings so that viewers get the best results. Whether gaming or watching movies, a corresponding HDRi mode will offer you an elevated HDR effect and thus vastly greater immersion.”

treVolo sound and DPS technology

Bongiovi DPS sound technology is employed to augment depth, clarity, bass definition, presence, and enhanced stereo field imaging on this screen. Their website also states that “BenQ treVolo experts approach sound design from the perspective of an audiophile. Get full acoustic enjoyment with five sound settings that enable precise treble, rich mid-range, and resounding bass – all without the clutter of external speakers.” More information on the sound capabilities can be found here on BenQ’s website. The screen also includes an AI Noise-cancelling Microphone where you can adapt your audio to your scenario. You can “engage Private Mode to pick up directional input and filter ambient sounds. Omnidirectional Mode picks up ambient audio for a surround sound feel.”

Stand Adjustments and Connections

The stand offers tilt, height (100mm) and swivel adjustments. For connectivity we know that there is HDMI 2.1 connectivity provided, along with a 4-port USB hub. DisplayPort is also mentioned which will surely be a 1.4 connection with DSC, and maybe the screen will feature some other connections too. More info when we have the full spec. For the HDMI 2.1 ports BenQ list, they state on their website that they support 4K 120Hz for PS5 and Xbox Series X, although as per our recent article we would like to see confirmation of what features are supported – at the moment it’s not clear what bandwidth is available, what colour depth for 4K 120Hz and whether features like VRR or ALLM are supported.

More info on the screen as we get it


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