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Gaming-Monitore: BenQ präsentiert sein erstes OLED-Modell mit 120 Hz

Gaming monitors: BenQ presents its first OLED model with 120 Hz

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BenQ uses Gamescom to introduce new Mobiuz series monitors for gamers. The EX480UZ not only stands out with its 48-inch size, but is also BenQ’s first OLED monitor, offering 4K UHD at 120Hz and a fast 1ms response time.

BenQ Mobiuz EX480UZ with OLED

With a converted diagonal of almost 122 cm and a net weight of 19 kg, the EX480UZ is a monitor in TV format. LG’s OLED panel, which is specified with 10-bit color depth, 98 percent of the P3 color space, high contrast, and 450 cd/m² brightness, should also come from this area. Since the pixels of OLED screens change much faster than LCD screens, the response time is significantly lower. Gamers should also benefit from 120Hz and FreeSync Premium Pro.

BenQ EX480UZ (Image: BenQ)

As a special feature, BenQ focuses on the integrated 2.1 speaker system with 2 × 5 watts plus 10 watt subwoofer. DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.1 video inputs (two ports) are available for 4K with 120 Hz. There is also a USB-C port with 90 watts and two USB-A sockets. There is also a digital audio output (SPDIF) and a headphone jack. A remote control is included in the delivery.

Starting in September or October, the BenQ Mobiuz EX480UZ can be reserved for around 2,000 euros.

EX270M and EX270QM with 240 Hz LCD

On the other hand, the two 27-inch models use an IPS liquid crystal display (LCD). The EX270M has Full HD resolution, while the EX270QM has significantly more pixels with WQHD. Both have in common the high refresh rate of 240 Hz and an MPRT of 1 ms.

In the same design, the monitors differ not only in terms of resolution, since the EX270QM offers HDMI 2.1, and the EX270M only HDMI 2.0, which is enough for Full HD. They both have a DisplayPort 1.4. The “treVolo sound” is also identical with 2 × 2.5 watts plus 5 watt subwoofer, i.e. a significantly weaker version than in the large OLED model.

BenQ EX270QM (Image: BenQ)

Again there are differences in color depth and color spectrum: the EX270M is specified as 8-bit and 99% sRGB, while the EX270QM is 10-bit and 98% P3 in the datasheet. AMD FreeSync Premium, two USB-A ports and a height adjustment with 10 cm of reach are again offered.

The 240Hz monitors can also be reserved in September/October at prices of €399 (EX270M) and €799 (EX270QM). Consult the manufacturer for more details. to your website.

BenQ EX270M (Image: BenQ)