BenQ Australia has released its latest colour accurate monitor, the SW270C, an upgraded version of the award-winning SW2700PT.

The new SW270C colour accurate monitor. (Source: BenQ).

Featuring a 27-inch QHD IPS screen that can display 100% of the sRGB gamut, HDR10, 99% of Adobe RGB and 97% of the Apple-developed Display P3, the SW270C supports the new 16-bit LUT and Delta E≤2 functions in the Adobe RGB and sRGB colour spaces to improve colour blending and accuracy for high-quality colour reproduction.

BenQ’s Uniformity Technology fine-tunes the colour and the brightness at hundreds of sub-regions on the entire screen, offering precise colour from corner to corner for a consistent viewing experience.

The SW270C is industry certificated by CalMAN and Pantone. It is hardware calibrated, allowing creative professionals to adjust the monitor’s internal image processing chip without changing the graphic card output data, keeping displayed images consistent with the original content without being affected by graphic card settings.

Its newly redesigned Hotkey Puck allows creative professionals to customise shortcuts to their preferred colour mode and other desired features. A built in USB-C interface delivers video, audio, data and power at 60W.

The SW270C will be available in late July 2019 from BenQ Specialised Resellers at an RRP of AU$1299. See more information on the BenQ website.