BenQ America has introduced its first wide quad high-definition (WQHD) monitor designed for 3D printing, computer-aided design (CAD), and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) applications, the BL2710PT.
The monitor features a 27-in. 2560×1440 WQHD display, Display Pilot software with Auto-Pivot automation, and productivity features such as BenQ’s CAD/CAM viewing mode.
With an AHVA panel enabling 178-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles, the BL2710PT’s WQHD resolution brings 77 percent more working space to users, the company says. The monitor displays graphics at 1920×1080 in full HD and enables higher pixels per inch (ppi) for a sharper viewing experience. With the monitor’s CAD/CAM mode, users can access a special color map for popular CAD programs, which makes small details in wireframes more visible, while the unit’s Display Pilot software enables users to change color settings automatically based on specific applications.
The Auto-Pivot function dynamically rotates and partitions content with just one click, eliminating the need to change computer settings manually.
BenQ’s ZeroFlicker technology is engineered to eliminate traditional LED flicker issues using a new direct lighting system that enables users to experience improved viewing comfort. As a result, the BL2710PT eliminates monitor flickering at all brightness levels, effectively reducing eye fatigue, the company says.
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