BenQ has announced its latest monitor – the BenQ PD2710QC Monitor. According to the company, it is the first monitor that features a built-in USB-C docking station. The company plans to launch the monitor before Mobile World Congress.
The company says the docking station will allow for laptop charging, data transfers, broadband connections, and audio and video transmissions over a single USB-C cable that also doubles as the display connection. That should keep the clutter on your desk to a minimum. The device also features an HDMI 1.4 ports as well as for supports 1.2 DisplayPort.
The BenQ PD2710QC Monitor has a 27 inch IPS LED display with the resolution of 2k (2560 × 1440). The display delivers 100 percent sRGB color accuracy and gamut that’s offers the Technicolor certification to accommodate Hollywood and other constituencies in the media and entertainment industries. The monitor is wrapped into a thin bezel design with a space grey metal architecture and with the VESA wall mounting support.
Custom modes are also available there, which further tweak the display with CAD/CAM, Animation, and Darkroom settings to ensure an optimal experience for the workflows of creative and engineering professionals. In addition, BenQ helps those professionals work long while avoiding eye strain with the use of flicker-free technology and a low blue-light mode that can help to avoid fatigue.
“Designed for designers, PD2710QC is engineered to make professional inspiration come alive,” said Conway Lee, BenQ’s President, in describing the monitor. “Innovations such as USB-C technology, Technicolor performance, and pioneering eye-care are crafted into its beautifully simple form to inspire creativity and productivity.”
Connectivity options include the USB Type-C, HDMI port and Display port. The USB hub offers an unspecified number of audio, video, network and USB ports. The company hasn’t reveal pricing or availability information about the monitor yet.