The BenQ EW3270U is a 32-inch 4K LED monitor with a decent picture quality. It’s better for darker rooms because it does not get very bright in a bright room, but because of its high native contrast ratio and decent black uniformity, it can have deep, even blacks. It has a good gray uniformity and a broad color gamut, but the image deteriorates seen from the side. It supports HDR, but unfortunately its limited brightness prevents it from transmitting the intent of the creator and therefore it is unlikely that you will benefit from it in this mode. It has good motion control and a low input delay with FreeSync support to satisfy most players.
The design of the BenQ EW3270U is good. The stand supports the monitor well and is very thin compared to other stands in this category, so you can slide the monitor close to the wall. Unfortunately, the ergonomics are poor and if you need to swivel or adjust the height of the monitor frequently, VESA mounting is recommended. The build quality is good and will not bother you.
The BenQ EW3270U monitor provides decent picture quality. Thanks to the high native contrast ratio and the decent black uniformity, it can show deep black in a dark room. Unfortunately, it can not get very bright and although it supports HDR, you will not benefit much from using it in this mode. The viewing angles are not good, typical for a VA panel, but it works a bit better than most other VA panels. The BenQ has very good gray uniformity and excellent SDR color gamut, although it may not be the best choice for professionals who need even greater coverage of the Adobe RGB color space.
Very good motion handling for the BenQ EW3270U with fast pixel response time, flicker-free backlighting and support for the variable FreeSync refresh rate. Unfortunately, the native 60 Hz refresh rate and low FreeSync range are not an attraction for competitive gamers.
The BenQ EW3270U has a low input delay that will satisfy most people except the most competitive players. It has a very large 32-inch screen with a resolution of 4k, so you can easily perform multiple tasks and see more details of your work on your screen.
The BenQ EW3270U has internal speakers, supports HDR10 and a feature called “eye care”, which is designed to protect your view. The on-screen display is intuitive and easy to use.
This is a decent mixed use monitor. It is more suitable for darker environments as it may not be very bright, but may have deep, even blacks. The monitor supports HDR, but you can not use it in this mode due to the low brightness. Thanks to the large screen size and the resolution of 4 KB, you can see many details when working or playing with this monitor. It can handle reflections well, so you should not worry if you set it up in a room with lots of small light sources. Unfortunately, poor ergonomics can make it difficult to find a comfortable position.
The BenQ EW3270U is a decent monitor for office use. It has an excellent 4k resolution and a large 32-inch display, where you can see every detail of your work. If you want to share your work with a colleague, because of the poor viewing angle, they can not enjoy the same image quality without rotating the monitor for direct viewing. Unfortunately, the bad ergonomics can not help either. So, if you work in teams on a regular basis, you may want to do VESA mount.
The BenQ EW3270U is a good monitor to play with. It has a low input delay and supports FreeSync, making those with Xbox One S / X or NVIDIA graphics cards happy. It’s pretty big and has an excellent 4k resolution that can show every little detail of your game. It has a normal refresh rate of 60 Hz and a fast pixel response time, which leaves only a small blur track in fast scenes. Unfortunately, ergonomics does not make it easy to position the monitor to your liking.
The BenQ EW3270U is a good monitor for multimedia usage. It has a large screen with a resolution of 4k, on which 4k content can be displayed without reduction. It has a low input delay and therefore responds very well to your actions. Unfortunately, the picture quality deteriorates when you look at it from the side. It has a good reflection handling, but it is difficult for you to get it in a comfortable position because the ergonomics are bad.