At the point when we first consider gaming screens, the majority of us expect it’s for PC gaming. And keeping in mind that that could be the situation, there are multi-stage gamers that additionally favour gaming on their work areas with their control centre. All the more thus, taking into account the present control centre can contact high casing rates over 60fps.
So when BenQ reached us to survey their enormous 32-inch 4K gaming screen that is intended for such multi-stage gamers, we truly needed to check it out. This is the very thing that our experience resembled with the BenQ Mobiuz EX3210U.
The Mobiuz EX3210U is certainly one great looker. The body at the back comes in this unblemished ivory-white trim with silver and orange accents. The enormous 32-inch board is frameless and has dainty bezels to the sides, which might have been a tiny bit more slender as I would like to think.
The chin of the panel houses the speakers and a subwoofer, and furthermore holds the route joystick with the power button and info exchanging as well as the mic switch button.
The represent the board is movable and is certainly constructed like a tank. Holding the gigantic screen effortlessly is capable. Besides, moving the screen upward or sideways is helpful as well and the legs work effectively of keeping the board stable at the same time.
A pleasant wire the board opening is incorporated for steering your wired console and mouse. The stand anyway takes up a lot of room, so ensure your work area has adequate room to oblige in addition to your peripherals.
The back has conspicuous edges that inclination towards the middle and these house four RGB LED strips that emphasize the wall well, without being excessively brilliant. They’re best noticeable anyway when the room lights are out. We certainly would have cherished a smidgen more customisation with the exception of a couple of variety modes in the screen menu.
In general, the quality is certainly premium and in a state of harmony with current plan drifts that gaming screens today are embracing.
With regards to I/O, the BenQ Mobiuz EX3210U is genuinely stacked. We get two HDMI 2.1 ports (with help for up to 4K goal at 120Hz), one DisplayPort 1.4 port (with help for up to 4K goal at 144Hz), as well as four USB-A 3.0 ports alongside a USB centre point connector.
Two things anyway might have been executed in a superior manner – – first and foremost, the USB connectors were as far as possible at the back and not extremely helpful regarding reach. Shifting such an enormous screen can be testing, particularly on the off chance that there isn’t a lot of room.
Besides, we would have wanted to see USB Type C connectors at the back and perhaps a Thunderbolt 4 connector. Nonetheless, generally speaking, the screen has a noteworthy I/O design.
This is a 32-inch IPS board which implies you can expect some insane great review points. This 10-cycle board is clubbed with a somewhat wide variety range, fit for showing 1.07 billion tones. Additionally, it likewise doesn’t utilize vacillating to mimic tones.
To the unaware, dithering is a process wherein an image, colours that are not available in the palette are approximated by a diffusion of coloured pixels from within the available palette.
However, despite the hardware, the panel doesn’t really perform as you’d expect it to. The SDR brightness maxes out at around 263 nits, which is odd considering its HDR brightness at the maximum setting is considerably higher.
The panel was also not as vibrant contrast-wise — something that’s commonly observed in gaming monitors. The image felt rather unimpressive and dark level performance was far worse, with noticeable bright spots around the edges.
But with support for 100 percent sRGB and AdobeRGB gamut as well as 95 percent support for DCI-P3, the panel balanced its flaws. The images overall were sharp, vibrant and even oversaturated in some aspects, which could be perfect for competitive gaming. It is also important to note that the panel only supports AMD FreeSync Premium Pro for adaptive sync, so Nvidia peeps might get a little disappointed.
The 4K resolution of 3840×2160 on the 32-inch panel made sure text and imagery look crispy, and was fun not just for gaming, but also while browsing content all day long. What also helped was the included low blue light setting to make the white appear not as straining on the eyes.
Console gaming experience
While the large screen is great for productivity and PC gaming, it is also the perfect size for console gaming. PS5 titles like Horizon: Forbidden West, Gran Turismo 7 looked breathtaking and didn’t really make me miss my large 55-inch 4K TV.
The toggle switch at the bottom of the panel made it extremely easy to switch between sources. Moreover, the monitor also includes a remote control to switch between scene modes or sources similar to that of a TV.
Onboard audio experience
Right below the panel is a thick bezel that houses the dual speaker and subwoofer setup on the BenQ EX3210U. The speakers however aren’t something you can rely on for the audio experience.
Not only are they not as loud, but they’re not as vibrant either. The subwoofer tries and fails miserably to create a thump. Overall, I feel it would have been best if they avoided it and reduced the bottom bezel entirely. Sure it produces sounds, but don’t expect it to blow you away.
Should you buy BenQ Mobiuz EX3210U?
The Mobiuz EX3210U is a fine gaming monitor that gets most of the things right for gaming. The I/O is well loaded, the panel is sharp and vivid enough, and it also looks cool while doing so.
Sure the panel could have had a little better contrast and the audio experience could have been loads better, but from an overall perspective these feel like minuscule issues.
In the end, this is a panel that’s designed to fit the needs of a hardcore multi-platform gamer who just wants to play his favourite games on consoles and PC without any hassles, at the same desk they work on, and it perfectly achieves that.
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