With the Mobiuz EX480U, BenQ announces the market launch of its first OLED monitor for gamers, which advertises high-priced with various gaming features.
BenQ had already presented its first OLED monitor in the form of the Mobiuz EX480U at Gamescom last year and after a pre-order phase with an RRP of 1,900 euros, the model is now available from the manufacturer in the online shop can be ordered for 1,799 euros. In the PCGH price comparison, the listings at other retailers are already beginning from 1,775 euros.
On a 48-inch (approx. 122 centimeters) screen diagonal, the EX480U offers an OLED display with a gray-to-grey switching time of 0.1 milliseconds with 4K/UHD resolution, HDR10 support, 98 percent DCI-P3 color space coverage and 450 cd/m² brightness. Matching the 120 Hertz refresh rate that is also offered, there is also Adaptive-Sync in the form of AMD’s FreeSync Premium and G-Sync compatibility with Nvidia.
Connections, speakers and more
On the connection side, two HDMI 2.1, one DisplayPort 1.4 and USB-C 3.0 with DisplayPort 1.4 are available. The latter also offers USB-C Power Delivery (90 W), while there is USB hub and KVM switch functionality with two USB-A 3.0 outs and one USB-B 3.0 in.
In addition, the eMobiuz EX480U, which is only available at the tilt, offers an integrated 2.1 system with two stereo loudspeakers, each with 5 watts, and a subwoofer with 10 watts, each of which also has a line-out and S/PDIF (coaxial). Other features include a remote control, RGB lighting on the back and Cinema HDRi, as well as different picture modes for different gaming scenarios. The power consumption should be up to 330 watts.
With the 1,799 euros requested by the manufacturer, BenQ is currently the most expensive in this class: OLED monitors of this size with some similar key data are already available in the price comparison from Gigabyte and LG for less than 1,000 euroswhile Acer deals with the Predator CG48 and Asus with that ROG Swift PG48UQ are also in the price range of over 1,500 euros, but are still a bit cheaper.
Source: via techpowerup.com