BenQ MOBIUZ EX321UX Redefines Gaming Monitors with a Radiant 1,250 Nits and Cutting-Edge DisplayPort 2.1!

"Gaming's Bright Horizon: Explore the BenQ MOBIUZ EX321UX – A 4K Mini LED Masterpiece with DisplayPort 2.1 Innovation!"
BenQ MOBIUZ EX321UX Redefines Gaming Monitors with a Radiant 1,250 Nits and Cutting-Edge DisplayPort 2.1!

Hey, middle school pals! Check out the BenQ MOBIUZ EX321UX - a new gaming monitor that's super high-tech. It's got a 4K Mini LED and a crazy-fast 144 Hz refresh rate. It's like a gaming ninja, battling against Philips Evnia 32M2N6800M. The BenQ MOBIUZ EX321UX brings a bright display, offering 700 nits SDR and a whopping 1,250 nits HDR peak brightness.

BenQ spilled the beans on their new MOBIUZ gaming monitor, almost a year after dropping the MOBIUZ EX480UZ in Europe. This time, they're getting ready to launch the MOBIUZ EX321UX, and it seems to share its cool panel with Philips' Evnia 32M2N6800M released in China.

Picture this: a 32-inch IPS gaming monitor, the MOBIUZ EX321UX, rocking 1,152 Mini LED local dimming zones. BenQ is playing it mysterious, not telling us all the techy details yet. But here's the scoop on the Evnia 32M2N6800M - it shines at 700 nits typical brightness, soaring to 1,250 nits for HDR. BenQ promises the MOBIUZ EX321UX will blow your mind with a 10-bit color, covering 99% Adobe RGB, DCI-P3 color space, 4K resolution, and a lightning-fast 144 Hz refresh rate. Quick as a blink, it boasts 1 ms GtG response times, along with BenQ's fancy Brightness Intelligence Plus, Light Tuner, and Color Vibrance technologies.

Wait, there's more! This gaming champ comes with an adjustable stand and a whole bunch of ports:

  • 1x 3.5 mm jack
  • 1x DisplayPort 2.1
  • 3x HDMI 2.1
  • 3x USB Type-A
  • 1x USB Type-C (65 W Power Delivery/downstream)
  • 1x USB Type-C (downstream)
  • 1x USB Type-C (upstream)

Right now, the MOBIUZ EX321UX is causing a stir in Japan, hitting stores in May. But when it'll hit places like the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa? No clue! BenQ's playing the quiet card on the price too, but here's a hint: the Evnia 32M2N6800M launched at CNY 4,999 in China (around $695). Looks like the MOBIUZ EX321UX might save you some cash compared to other fancy options like the ASUS ROG Swift OLED PG32UCDM and MSI MPG 321URX QD-OLED, which are pricier at $1,299 and $949.

Isn't it exciting? Get ready for a gaming revolution! 🎮✨

What makes the BenQ MOBIUZ EX321UX a standout gaming monitor?

The MOBIUZ EX321UX is a state-of-the-art gaming monitor with 4K Mini LED and a rapid 144Hz refresh rate. It’s designed to give an exceptional gaming experience with its impressive high-tech specs.

How does it compare to the Philips Evnia 32M2N6800M?

The BenQ MOBIUZ EX321UX goes head-to-head with the Philips Evnia 32M2N6800M, boasting a bright 700 nits SDR display and a dazzling 1,250 nits HDR peak brightness.

Do we know the specs for the MOBIUZ EX321UX?

The MOBIUZ EX321UX gets a 32-inch IPS gaming monitor with 1,152 Mini LED local dimming zones so you can be assured of a good picture, courtesy of its tech. Unfortunately, tech details weren’t spilled at this time.

How bright is that Evnia 32M2N6800M?

The Evnia 32M2N6800M gets 700 nits of typical brightness or 1,250 nits if you’re looking at HDR content.

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