by Mike McNamee Published 01/06/2015
We compared the gamut volumes of the BenQ with the Dell 2412 Ultra Sharp, the Eizo CG243W and the Mac Retina 5K. As expected, the Mac takes a bit of a beating, with a much smaller gamut and higher errors.
The gamut volume is very close to that of Adobe RGB and so encompasses all the Fogra 39 CMYK gamut - vital for pre-press proofing.
There is not much to say! This is a top class monitor joining an elite group of G7/Fogra certifiable devices (which not too long ago consisted of just four LCD monitors) but at a very competitive price; presently there is nothing to touch it in terms of cost/performance. To buy the software to certify from BabelColor costs $125 and it comes free with the BenQ!
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