Introducing BenQ SW240 with “Accurate Colour On the Go™” Concept - The World’s First Colour Accurate Monitor that made the portable solution a possibility. BenQ’s “Accurate Colour On the Go™” is a revolutionary ecosystem that offers photographers and videographers a portable, affordable solution to review & edit their work in Adobe RGB on the go. With the optional accessories*, it will transform the SW240 monitor into a portable and powerful tool to revolutionise the way photographers work.
BenQ SW240 is the new little brother to BenQ’s wildly popular SW2700PT model. Boasting 99% of the Adobe RGB colour gamut, the SW240 is hardware calibratable, and with BenQ’s direct hardware calibaration software Palette Master Elements, it’s made for incredible colour accuracy. The included detachable shading hood can effectively blocks out ambient stray light to guarantee that you can believe the colours you see on the monitors. The shading hood can be used for both portrait and landscape orientations.
The SW240 monitor is centred around portability. Everything from the compact 24", slim bezel design to the quick and easy “one push” release system that ensures disassembling and re-assembling the monitor is a breeze each and every time. For travel photographers, the 24" frame allows the monitor to fit snugly into optional* Accurate Colour On the Go™ hard or soft carry case of choice.
Short? Tall? A little in-between? The SW240 has you covered with the flexibility ergonomic design. Tilt, shift and swivel the monitor to any desired angle, position whether you're working portrait or landscape, the SW240 was made for customisation. With optional* Accurate Colour On the Go™ tripod/light-stand mount, you will no longer need a table or flat surface.
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* As seen on the review video, the concept prototype of “Accurate Colour On the Go™” is built and tested by BenQ Australia to verify the “on the Go™” concept. BenQ will inform you when an acceptable mass production product is achieved from which the complete solution can be developed.