BenQ's New HDMI 2.1 Monitor Looks Epic...Here's What You Need To Know

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A new HDMI 2.1 monitor, the MOBIUZ EX3210U was spotted on BenQ's site, and it looks like it's going to be a worthy contender to our best HDMI 2.1 monitor list.

Interestingly, while the monitor shows up on the site's search, the full product page appears to not to show anymore. We're not sure why, but we'll keep you updated when we hear more.


From what we did see, the monitor looks feature-packed and ready for both PS5 and Xbox Series X, but at a time where more and more HDMI 2.1 displays are hitting the market, what makes this stand out from the crowd?

The full specs may not be released just yet, but here's everything we know so far...

BenQ MOBIUZ EX3210U Specs

Credit: BenQ
Size: 32" | Resolution: 4K, 16:9 | Panel Tech: LED, LCD | Refresh Rate: 144hz | Response Time: 1ms | Colour Gamut: 98% DCI-P3

On the surface, the BenQ MOBIUZ EX3210U's specs look quite family to many of the top HDMI 2.1 entries on the market.

You're getting 4K, 144hz and low response times sure, but there are a few other features that look quite interesting.


This monitor packs AMD FreeSync Premium Pro for ultra-smooth and tear/ jutter-free gaming, which should come in handy when playing more reflex-based titles.

It also features HDR600, which as the name suggests allows for a peak brightness of 600+ nits, which when combined with BenQ's HDRi (a technology that can 'fine tune' settings for the best results) should make for some impressive viewing.

You've also got BenQ's well known eye-care technology, which features on a number of their best gaming monitors.

You're getting flicker free backlights, low blue light filters, and even an ePaper mode, where the display balances text with the background to make reading easier on the eyes.

A Step Up In the Audio Department

Audio on monitors is often a slight after-thought as most people will either game using a headset or any one of the best soundbars for gaming.

That being said, BenQ appears to have pulled out the stops when it comes to audio with their EX3210U.

First off, it features an AI noise-cancelling mic, which works as both Omnidirectional and in more direct 'Private mode' too.

With audio itself, there are a number of different sound modes which you can opt for depending on the game or alternative usage for the display.

From an FPS mode that helps you hear enemy footsteps to a racing game mode that adds another immersive touch into the mix, we think this is a great step in the right direction for monitor audio.


It's a fantastic looking monitor from what we've seen and certainly look premium without looking too 'gamer-ish' for anyone wanting to double this up as a productivity display too.

Ergonimically speaking you can tilt, raise and swivel the monitor, with the stand itself not taking up too much desk real-estate.


BenQ MOBIUZ EX3210U Release Date

On the site itself, we were unable to find a release date at the time of writing for UK and US markets, but we'll be back to update you when we hear more.

BenQ MOBIUZ EX3210U Price

Similarly, we haven't got an idea yet of how much this will set you back, but if we had to put a prediction out there, we'd say anything between $800 - $1000 could be the case.

BenQ do have a great reputation for deliveruing quality at reasonable price points, so we're expecting to be impressed once again.

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