BenQ have announced recently their new Mobiuz EX480UZ display, a large 48″ sized screen featuring an OLED panel, 4K resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. It’s a large format screen and so won’t be suitable for everyone as a desktop monitor, but it’s designed to offer an immersive and high-end gaming experience. There’s also a range of features, connectivity options and BenQ capabilities designed to enhance your experience.
BenQ Mobiuz EX480UZ Specs
The Mobiuz EX480UZ offers a 3840 x 2160 “4K” resolution combined with a 120Hz refresh rate. Adaptive-sync brings variable refresh rate (VRR) support from NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards, including certification under the AMD ‘FreeSync Premium’ scheme. BenQ quote a 0.1ms G2G response time – something that should be somewhat realistic on an OLED panel at least. In other specs there is 135,000:1 contrast ratio, 450 nits typical brightness (SDR), 10-bit colour depth and a wide colour gamut covering 98% DCI-P3.
TreVolo sound systems within the monitor allow for decent sound production for true immersion in games. With 2x 5W + 10W sub-woofer built-in speakers and five immersive sound modes, gamers can easily adjust the monitor to the perfect sound experience for each individual game. The visual and audio technologies within BenQ’s monitor gives ultimate control back to the gamers, offering a one-stop shop option for all their gaming needs. A headphone jack is also provided on the monitor.
The stand offers a tilt adjustment only due to the large screen size. There are 1x DisplayPort 1.4, 2x HDMI 2.1 (capabilities not listed), 1x USB type-C (DP Alt mode and 90W power delivery) and 2x USB data ports provided. PiP and PbP are also supported.
Being OLED the screen also has per pixel level dimming, meaning excellent HDR experience, free from blooming and halo issues. It also allows for true blacks, and a near-infinite contrast ratio.
It is the first model in the MOBIUZ range to adopt the newly-optimized HDRi modes for enhanced vibrant colours, without sacrificing bright and dark details with BenQ’s exclusive Light Tuner technology. HDRi auto-optimizes image color detail and clarity. It improves contrast by saturating colors and by auto-adapting to ambient light to make a unique MOBIUZ gaming experience. Color Vibrance is also now available to be adjusted in both Game and Cinema HDRi modes for added flexibility. This enhanced visual performance combined with treVolo audio provides users with the best gaming experience.
Pricing and Availability
“We developed the MOBIUZ EX480UZ to offer gamers a new immersive experience with our first OLED monitor,” says Royce Lye, Managing Director of BenQ UK & Ireland. “Gamers, either professional or amateur, can enjoy a new audio and visual gaming experience with top-of-the-range display technology that can support smooth, uninterrupted gameplay, but also promote healthy extended used with our latest built-in eyecare technology.”
The MOBIUZ EX480UZ is available now for a RRP of £1599.99. It’s available in most regions already and you can check pricing and availability for your region here on Amazon.
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