BenQ had accidentally put the product page of the new Mobiuz EX3415R monitor online before it was even officially unveiled - now the page is down again ( here">www.benq.eu/en-si/monitor/gaming/ex3415r.html">here the version iom google cache), but the technical specs of the new gaming monitor are thus already known and indicate that it could also be interesting for video editing.
BenQ Mobiuz EX3415R
Thus, the BenQ Mobiuz EX3415R has a 34" curved (1900R) 8-bit IPS panel in 21:9 format with a WQHD resolution of 3,440 x 1,440 pixels and a maximum refresh rate of 144 Hz as well as variable Hz via AMD's FreeSync Premium. Fortunately, the professional DCI-P3 color space is supported by 98% - HDR, however, only via DisplayDHR400 certification (at a maximum brightness of 400nits, which is only slightly above average), which is very likely not sufficient for a really good HDR display (among other things, due to the lack of local dimming) (here is our article on the topic When can a monitor display real HDR? Beware of DisplayHDR standards).
Via BenQ HDRi functionality, the colors as well as the brightness of the monitor are automatically adjusted to the respective ambient lighting via sensor when displaying HDR content and - as BenQ calls it - fine-tuned to achieve a better HDR effect depending on the type of content (movie or game).
Its interfaces include a DisplayPort 1.4 and two HDMI 2.0 ports. To protect the eyes (especially when working in front of the screen for a long time), several methods are used per BenQ's Eye-care technology, such as automatic brightness adjustment to the prevailing lighting conditions; flicker-free display; reduction of the blue light component of the light and a special e-paper mode for reading.
BenQ Mobiuz EX3415R
Since the BenQ Mobiuz EX3415R was only announced by accident, there is still no official information from BenQ about the release date or price.