BenQ releases SW321C professional display Photo printing “WYSIWYG”

Because the color standards of the display are different from those of the printing industry, it is difficult for photos on the screen to match the effect of printing. For photography enthusiasts and creators, fade-in, over-saturation, color difference is too large, are difficult to accept the pain point. Even with a wide panel color gamut and careful factory coloring, many problems with different printers, inks, and paper selection need to be considered.

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The good news is that BenQ’s new 32-inch 4K professional display, the SW321C, can help photographers mitigate some of the problems they encounter, saving them more time and cost.

Self-confidence stems from the company’s alleged “paper color synchronization technology”, which combines hardware and software and uses special algorithms to help images on the screen look like they look on specific printers and paper types.

Paper Color Sync software currently supports four printers and three types of printed paper, including Canon PIXMA PRO-10 / PRO-100, Canon SurColor P600 / P800.

On the paper side, the solution supports Canon’s Pro Lustre / Photo Plus Semi-gloss photo paper, as well as printed with Epson Velvet Art Paper / Premium Semi-gloss.

Tom’s Hardware, citing a representative of the company, said it hopes to increase support for more printers next month and introduce Adobe RGB and sRGB color profiles on the Epson P600.

The BenQ SW321C 32-inch 4K Professional Display is available on the shelves at $1999.99 (13873 RMB) in channels such as B.H.