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BenQ BL3200PT Black 32" 4ms (GTG) HDMI WQHD Widescreen LED Backlight LCD Monitor VA Panel 300 cd/m2 CAD/CAM Mode 3000:1 Built-in Speakers

  • 32" Widescreen LED Monitor
  • 2560 x 1440 WQHD Resolution
  • CAD/CAM Mode, Animation Mode
  • ZeroFlickerT Eye Comfort Display
  • Auto Pivot Screen Orientation
  • 2x 5 Watt Speakers
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year


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  • Anonymous
  • 7/7/2015 4:17:45 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggs5 months in. Dead Pixel

Pros: Nice big display. Perfect size for 1440p

Cons: Have a dead pixel in the left center of my screen. Tried JScreenFix and various other tools but it's no good. I can't help but notice it all the time now.

Other Thoughts: Don't even know if I should bother with the company about any refund or replacement since 1 dead pixel isn't usually good enough for one. Really not happy with how much money I spent on this now that I have to see a dead pixel everyday now.

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  • Brian C.
  • 6/30/2015 7:27:48 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsBumber

Pros: When it worked it was beautiful. RMA after 30 minutes of use. Newegg issued RMA # and label very quickly hopefully I get the replacement quickly I had to wait a week to get this one.

Cons: After a half hour of watching a movie it started flickering and then vertical lines and no picture.

Other Thoughts: I know it is not Newegg's fault they are just selling the product. I will change my review when new monitor arrives and works. My system I7 5820k, 16 gigs ddr4 2666 Dominator RAM, EVGA 960 video card, corsair 750 power supply, MSI X99S SLI Plus LGA 2011-v3 motherboard, BenQ BL3200PT Black 32" 4ms when the new one arrives.

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  • Adam N.
  • 3/12/2015 8:17:26 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGlorious Eye Candy

Pros: This was easy to setup. And have had ZERO problems, I have noticed no dead pixels.

I cannot wait to buy 2 more!

Cons: None yet.

Other Thoughts: I almost went with one of those Korean monitors, I am glad I didn't

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  • Daniel O.
  • 2/15/2015 2:12:05 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSweet Panel

Pros: Fast enough ms to Game on without any noticeable ghosting.
Great contrast and clarity with an incredible amount or real estate to work with . (previously using 28") Affordable price for what you have invested in including craftsmanship, functionality,and excellent quality LED panel. Viewing 3D CAD models on this is simply amazing . I am a high rise construction Superintendent and my vision is not so great but viewing 3D models with this Panel is amazing, actually viewing anything is an improvement over previous monitors .

Cons: None so far as of this date but if in fact you plan on Gaming on this monitor make sure you have a good video card with 4 Gigs of Vram as I am going to upgrade from my GTX 680 (2 gigs of VRAM) to one that has 4 Gigs probably a R9 290X

Other Thoughts: CAD / CAM I have only used it to work with 3D Models but have to imagine it is equally impressive with any CAD based program.
Gaming , unless you are in competitive competition (I no longer compete to fricking old) this is one awesome LED panel for gaming on .

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  • Sara E.
  • 2/9/2015 4:28:04 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNot my weekend either...Update

Pros: Just wanted to update my review from the other day. The new monitor did not come in from BenQ on Saturday as promised by Robert. Because of the circumstances of the IMA/RMA, there was no shipping info to check where the new monitor was at. However, the new monitor did get here today on Monday around noon and from Fed EX.

The box was marked for a Saturday next day delivery but Fed Ex dropped the ball and didn't deliver it to me on Saturday, nor could I track it on their website. I was told no package was set up to be shipped to me.

I have to say after getting the monitor today, even though I was not happy about getting it on Saturday as promised, Robert did all he could do to ensure it was shipped and as next day as promised. After hooking it up and firing it up, everything seems to be working as it should and the monitor is stunning! I have owned a Apple HD 30" that had 2650x1600 and loved it, but this monitor has it beat hands down. One of the nicest monitors I have ever owned to date. I am coming off a Hanns-G 30" 1920x1200 that was bought of the the Egg and around 4 years old.

Cons: As for the defective monitor, I had it boxed up Saturday to be picked up when the new got here. I took it back out of the box once the new one didn't show and tried to hook the DVI cable back up to it and it was a no go. If you plan on running Display port with this and your card, make sure you card has a normal display port or a mini to normal display cord or you will have to use DVI or HMDI.

After messing with the defective monitor and plugging a HDMI cable into it I was able to get the native Res of 2560x1440P to work, but the monitor still had some issues for a brief minute or two of fuzzy lines coming off my Icons and on the screen but it went away and didn't come back. I ran the defective monitor for about 14 hours straight and did some gaming on it. The blacks were really black and I had to make some adjustments and put it on the user profile to fix the colors. But even with the defective monitor after messing with the settings and on a HDMI it looked very nice! It's just sucks it was defective, but it happens.

Other Thoughts: I had my doubts on Saturday about BenQ as a company that honors their word and stands behind their product but that doubt has gone away after the Fed Ex truck showed up today with the new one. After hooking it up I am very pleased with this monitor so far and have to say thanks to BenQ and Robert Hill once again for taking care of this issue much faster then Newegg offered to resolve it.

I would recommend this monitor for sure, and am a happy 1st time customer of BenQ for sure.

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  • Sara E.
  • 2/5/2015 8:32:13 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsJust not my day

Pros: I was so excited to get this New BenQ today, only took two days to get here from the new Indy Newegg hub. Needless to say once unboxed and put together this Monitor is just stunning! As for any other pros, I really can't say at this point.

While setting it up I hit my first bump in the road. I went to hook up the Display port cord that was provided to my XFX DD 7970 3gb and noticed right away it had only two mini Display out puts... so that was a no go.

I hooked up the DVI cable that came with the display and went to power on the monitor. The Flash screen with the BenQ logo came up, and looked great! I booted into Windows 7 and went straight to control panel and checked the res, and it was at proper 2560x1440P for about one minute and then defaulted and stayed at 1080P. (see con's)

From(con's)
After explaining what options the Newegg rep gave me to Robert at BenQ's support, and Texting him pictures and a video of the Monitor in action, Robert said,

" Yep, I have never seen that before, first time for everything, but here is what we will do for you. If you would of called sooner today we could of got a new one out to you today, and you would get it tomorrow. So I will email you a RMA form, fill it out and email it back to me. We will ship it tomorrow next day service from Cali, and you will receive it on Saturday. I will have a Fedex truck come by and pick up the defective one that you purchased from the Newegg, no shipping charge on either on your end."

As a PC' builder, and in the service industry for 8+ years, I understand that even the best companies and electronic components can fail out of the box, it happens.

Its times like this, and Roberts ability to meet and exceed my expectations that get companies my cash, but also keeps me buying from them. The monitor is perfect from what I have seen first hand with its design and build quality. I wish I could have played some MWO or some other games for even a hour before it went south, but I am confident that I will love this monitor once I get a new one that isn't defective.

Thanks again Robert, can't wait till Saturday!

Cons: Funny little lines started showing up and I guess artifacts all over the display and it kinda went fuzzy. Powered down, checked all connections again and powered back on the monitor. This time the display splash screen comes up with a 1/2 inch wide green line in the middle extending from top and bottom of the display. Things really got funky after this and It became pretty clear it was time to talk to a Newegg rep about a RMA.

I used to shop here for around 4 years up till a couple years ago when my account got hacked and had to be deleted. I had been building PC's for clients and servicing Mac's for all those years and had made around $12,000 grand worth of purchases. All my purchase records could not be transferred over if I setup a new account. I wasn't very happy about this.

In those four years, maybe twice I got bad parts that had to be RMA'd back to the egg.
Every time I had a issue or a defective part, they always rapid shipped a new part for me and did not charge return shipping or any cost to me. After talking to the rep regarding this purchase, I was given three options.

#1: RMA the monitor and ship it back to them all the way to the Cali return hub, (3-4 days), wait another 1-3 days for the monitor to pass inspection, wait another 1-3 days for a new non defective monitor to show up at my door. IMO, this is not very good customer service. Leaves me with my money tied up for several over a week, with no product.

#2: RMA the monitor, ship it back to Cali hub, (no return hub in Indy yet) Purchase another monitor on another ticket/order, and be out $1300 till I get the new monitor and a refund on the other defective one, most likely 7 days for a refund to hit my account. IMO this is unacceptable.

#3: RMA, and only do a refund, ship back to Cali, and still have my $654 tied up for around 7 days after being sent a defective monitor. IMO, this is really unacceptable.

After discussing my concerns with the rep, I was giving BenQ's support number to see if anything could be done on their end that didn't include the three options the Newegg rep gave me. When I called the number, it was no longer in service. I pulled out my warranty card from the box, and dialed that service number and Robert answered the phone on the other end. (See Pro's)

Other Thoughts: Having a lemon sucks, but regardless, this product gets 5 eggs for now. I will update once the new one comes for really being able to enjoy using it vs. looking at it.

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  • Zynn H.
  • 1/17/2015 10:47:00 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

1 out of 5 eggsBuyer Beware

Pros: Stated features are awesome. Nice color, size, contrast, and handy remote.

Cons: Unstated features are not awesome.

On my 3rd monitor now and still not happy.
Panels have dark vertical banding and/or splotches. The capacitance buttons on my 3rd monitor occasionally quit working and all stay lit, forcing me to shut off the power source behind the monitor.

Other Thoughts: I wanted a 32-inch monitor to do my graphics work and play games on. A 27-inch monitor made everything too small, and didn't quite have the real estate I was looking for.

I picked up the BenQ BL3200PT because I like the stated features, color, contrast, etc.. When I got home and hooked it up, I noticed that it had dark vertical bands on the left and right sides of the screen. The left one was 4 inches wide. Just right of the center, there was a rounded triangular dark patch, that looked like someone used the ball and toes of their foot to step in the inside of the screen, wearing a pointy lady shoe. There was also bad backlight bleeding on the left side of the bezel.

I exchanged this monitor for another, of the same make and model. The second monitor also had dark vertical banding, but it wasn't as dark as on the first monitor.

I exchanged this monitor for yet another of the same make and model. This new one just has random dark splotches over the screen. These aren't as distracting as actual vertical bands. Also, the capacitance buttons will occasionally all stay lit and nonfunctional, forcing me to physically turn the power source off, behind the monitor, because simply turning off the power button on the front of the monitor does not fix the issue.

So, I am on my 3rd monitor and have yet to see what BenQ means by "Monitor Built for the Creative Class", as trying to use Photoshop or my 3D programs, with the dark bands and/or splotches, does nothing to enhance being creative, but instead, hinders creativity.

Why did I spend hundreds of dollars on this product?

I give it 2 out of 5 stars because the other features are great. I just don't like the unstated features of terrible banded and splotchy panels and broken capacitance buttons.

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  • Otto G.
  • 1/12/2015 7:09:30 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsLarge screen with great colors

Pros: The monitor received did not have dead pixels was easy to setup, manual explains the process pretty well.
Installed the driver and the factory ICC profile for Windows 7 and this monitor has great colors. I did adjust the gamma from "3" to "1" and turned down the brightness from the 100% to 65% in the OSD to suit my needs. The image was very sharp, crisp and text was very clear after the adjustments. The text size is similar to a 27" monitor, no adjustment needed. The high resolution is great for design work, Photoshop, and multitasking apps. You can have three office apps side-by-side.
The monitor has a lot of connectivity option and comes with an OSD gadget. The gadget works well and so does OSD on the monitor in itself.

Cons: The factory setting is too bright and gamma setting of "3" doesn't do justice for this monitor.

Other Thoughts: Fortunately, it is easy to change the factory setting to near perfect display. I did not test this monitor with games and probably never will. It's perfect what I needed for...

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  • Kevin P.
  • 12/21/2014 6:10:34 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSweet Screen

Pros: Fast power boot up and fast resolution switching time.

Awesome and large brushed-metal base.

Slide up&down height adjustment with ease, thanks to the ball-bearings.

Eye-Care feature, that I didn't even realize it came with.

Menu buttons are hidden when not in use, they will lit up when your finger are near via proximity sensor. It even came with a wired controller for when you can't reach your screen.

Great color and gamma setting management and more options.

Cons: It can't tilt forward down as much.

The packaging didn't come with solid screen cover. Which could have made it easier to set this up for first time. The screen is large and bit heavy, so be extra careful when putting the base together and placing on your desk. (Not really much of a con, to be honest.)

Price. Might be better if it was around $450-500.

Other Thoughts: I'm loving this screen. I had an old screen for 9 years and it was non-LED "TN" LCD panel. This screen made this upgrade worth doing. Old screen had 2ms GTG and I was worried that this screen with 4ms GTG might affect my gaming. So far, it has not. I can see the faint ghosting in a ghosting test, but during fast-pace gaming. It made no difference. I mean it... made no difference. I know some people scoff at professional reviewers saying it's great for gaming when obessed gamers cares too much about 1ms GTG. I was quite concerned about it but I went ahead got this, knowing I could return it in 30 days. From what I can see, they weren't wrong. It only can display at 60hz, thus 60fps. 4ms GTG at that rate will make no difference in term of gaming.

This is basically the best gaming screen for this size. Better than silly 4K screen at smaller screen size for unrealistic reason.... and those enlarged screen sporting 1080p.

If you want bigger screen and more resolution with good GTG time on 60hz rate, this is it.

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  • Andrzej F.
  • 12/15/2014 11:01:55 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsVery pleased with my purchase

Pros: Clear image, bright colors, no noticeable lag or ghosting yet.

The eye protect feature is useful -- the brightness automatically and subtly turns up or down depending on the ambient light in the room, and it really makes a difference.

The SD card reader on the right side is a nice touch.

Another cool feature: Eco mode activates a proximity sensor on the front of the monitor that shuts off the screen when you move away from it.

THe on-screen menus are clean and smooth, and easy to move through using the OSD controller.

I thought the size would be overwhelming but it is not.

I am using the VESA mount, but the included stand looks very solid, adjustable, and aesthetically pleasing.

Cons: None yet.

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