BenQ Launches World’s First HDRi Technology Gaming Monitor in India

  • BenQ is retailing these using Amazon India’s e-commerce portal in India
  • The company informed that this gaming monitor features 144hz display rate
BenQ Gaming Monitor

BenQ has announced the launch EX2780Q gaming monitor in India. Equipped with ‘exclusive’ HDRi technology, the company is retailing these monitors at a price of Rs 36,990 per piece on Amazon India.

“Gamers spend long hours on the monitor for enjoyment and honing their skills. Thus, it is important to provide the best features without compromising on the visual health. Our monitors come with HDRi feature and treVolo Speakers for a wonderful gaming experience with least strain on the eyes” said Rajeev Singh, managing director of BenQ India.

IPS panel with 144Hz refresh rate

This QHD gaming monitor, as BenQ informed, adopts IPS panel and features 144Hz refresh rate along with freeSync, black equalizer, color vibrance, and a USB-C port. “BenQ’s pioneering HDRi technology ingeniously combines active intelligent brightness control, color saturation / balance optimization, and proprietary HDR image techniques to accentuate image contrast and clarity. Using a built-in sensor, the EX2780Q gaming monitor detects ambient light levels as well as image content to automatically adjust screen brightness,” read BenQ’s official statement.

It continued, “Equally innovative, the built-in 2.1 channel speaker system is designed by BenQ’s acclaimed treVolo audio team to maximize expansive sound in an unobtrusively integrated package. Though monitors traditionally are not renowned for speaker quality, BenQ True Sound by treVolo creates a listening experience far surpassing external speakers by utilizing advanced physical acoustics and psychoacoustics, without desktop clutter.”

This, as BenQ informed, is first Monitor in the industry to incorporate a 5W sub-woofer offering immersive true-to-life in-game experience. It features five tailored sound modes, including game, cinema, pop/live, dialog/vocal, and rock/party.