BenQ has released the MOBIUZ EX3410R & EX3210R displays, which are unique 34″ and 31.5″ panels with a significant 1000R curvature.
BenQ introduces two new MOBIUZ series displays, one of which is themed around the Dying Light 2 Stay Human game.
BenQ’s monitor isn’t the largest we’ve seen, but it does follow the trend we’re seeing in the computer monitor business. The new MOBIUZ 34-inch display has a 21:9 aspect ratio. The display also has a 3440 x 1440 pixel resolution, a 144 Hz refresh rate, a 3000:1 contrast ratio, and a brightness of 350 nits. Physical inclusions include a rising base, BenQ’s in-house 2Wx2 + 5W sound system, two HDMI 2.0 connectors, and a single DisplayPort 1.4 port.
BenQ also has an official Dying Light 2 Stay Human edition for their EX3210R 32″ monitor, which has the same 1000R curvature, 16:9 ratio, 2K resolution levels, and 165 Hz refresh rates as the original.
Because the name “fish screens” sounds strange, let’s go deeper into the technology. Multiple windows can be open at the same time on a fish screen monitor, enhancing workflow and productivity. When compared to a dual-screen setup, the ability to open more windows on a single screen provides a more substantial overall experience that is more ergonomic and less taxing.
Vertical alignment (VA) panel technology is used in BenQ’s fish screen displays. This technology enables LCD panels to use liquid crystals that are vertically oriented and perpendicular to traditional substrates, such as polarised glass. When the display is powered up, the crystals tilt, and light passes through to the screen.
Compared to IPS displays, vertically aligned fish screens provide higher contrasts, better and more accurate color reproduction, no light leakage, and a smaller viewing angle.
The 34-inch BenQ MOBIUZ EX3410R display costs $629.99, while the Dying Light Stay Human-themed EX3210R display costs $599.99.