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BenQ PD2706UA Ergo Arm Professional Monitor Released Together with PD2705UA and PD3205UA

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BenQ recently released three new professional monitors under its Ergo Arm series – the BenQ PD2706UA, PD2705UA, and PD3205UA. The PD2706UA is a 27-inch designer monitor with a resolution of 4K UHD and with almost 100% of the P3, Rec.709, and sRGB color gamut. It primarily targets designers and content creators who use P3 color space. Meanwhile, the PD2705UA is more of an sRGB and Rec.709 monitor, also a 4K UHD monitor with a Delta E of ≤3. The PD3205UA is a 32″ version of the PD2705UA. These monitors are now available, and you can check out more details from the official news release below.

BenQ Introduces New 27-Inch 4K UHD Professional Designer Monitor

BenQ, a global leader in display technology, announced today the launch of its newest Ergo Arm series professional monitor, the PD2706UA. With a customizable ergonomic design and high-quality color performance, the PD2706UA features 4K UHD with AQCOLOR technology, 90 W USB-C for one cable connectivity, KVM with one key switch for multitasking, Display Pilot software to facilitate screen use better, and supports full flexibility through its Ergo Arm.

Designed to provide the right angle no matter the presentation or project, the PD2706UA is equipped with BenQ’s uniformity technology, delivering corner-to-corner authentic color and consistent luminescence, and attentive modes, offering quick access to the smoothest workflow as well as supreme work efficiency.

In addition, the PD2706UA is Mac-compatible with a 95 percent display P3 industry standard color gamut to match Mac devices, HDR 400 for better brightness, color conformity, and black levels, video/audio/data transmission to declutter desktops, and power delivery to charge MacBook, a built-in KVM switch allowing designers to control two PCs or Macs of different operating systems (Windows or Mac OS) with only one set of keyboard and mouse with a simple switch, and high-quality color modes for work efficiency and productivity.

BenQ’s PD2706UA joins the Ergo Arm series lineup alongside the 27-inch PD2705UA and 32-inch PD3205UA. BenQ’s PD2705UA and PD3205UA are great options for designers and include many features of the PD2706UA—4K UHD, USB-C, and ergonomic customization capabilities—with 99 percent sRGB color gamut, meeting graphic designers’ needs. All monitors in the Ergo Arm series fully support customizations for swivel, height adjustment, pivoting, tilting, and cable management inside the arm.

Jason Lee, LCD business manager:
“With the PD2706UA, designers and professionals, especially those who work from home, will appreciate the intuitive design with maximized comfort and flexibility for any purpose,”. “BenQ constantly seeks out new ways to improve monitors for designers and YouTubers/video editors, and we’re excited to add the PD2706UA to our Ergo Arm models, as a new top-of-the-line option with impeccable color performance, user convenience and the ultimate viewing comfortability.”

Pricing and Availability

The new BenQ PD2706UA retails at $629.99, the PD2705UA is $599.99, and the PD3205UA is $749.99. For the latest pricing and availability, kindly check out the links below.

BenQ PD3205UA 31.5″ sRGB Ergo Arm monitor is available on here.
BenQ PD2705UA 27″ sRGB Ergo Arm monitor is available on here.
Check the BenQ PD2706UA 27″ P3 Ergo Arm monitor on here.

Quick Specifications

PD2706UAPD2705UA PD3205UA
Screen Size27 inch27 inch31.5 inch
Color Gamut95% P3, 99% Rec.709, 99% sRGB99% Rec.709, 99% sRGB99% Rec.709, 99% sRGB
Resolution (max.)3840x21603840x21603840x2160
Delta E (avg)≤3≤3≤3
Launch Price$629.99 $599.99 $749.99
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