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The BenQ EX3501R is a great ultra-wide track that manages games especially well. Additionally, it is a great monitor for watching films on, and it will find a whole lot better when Windows 10 fully supports HDR. Wonderful display size Ultra-wide High resolution Fast refresh rates HDR Needs tweaking out of the box Menu may be somewhat tricky to work with HDR implementation doesn’t consist of 10-bit While HDR (high dynamic range), a display technology that provides higher contrast and more vivid colours, is becoming ever more commonplace in TVs it hasn’t really taken off yet in PC tracks. So every time a monitor such as the BenQ EX3501R comes together boasting HDR support, we sit up and we take note. And also the simple fact that HDR is only one of a vast assortment of exciting attributes on the BenQ EX3501R means we could not wait to unbox it and try it out. An ultra-wide feature ratio, AMD FreeSync support and USB-C connectivity are here, which guides a great deal of the boxes on our monitor wish-list, and we’re excited about seeing just what this screen can perform. Cost and availabilityA 35-inch ultra-wide curved screen is going to be inexpensive, but at least $899 (around #800, AU$1, 100), the BenQ EX3501R is not horrendously pricey, and compares well to tracks such as the AOC Agon AG352UCG and Acer Predator X34, each of The Ultrawide Monitor which can be ultra-wide gaming monitors offering similar resolution and size, as well as high refresh rates, and price a little bit more than the EX3501R. The BenQ is a fair bit more expensive than the LG 34UC79G-B, which costs $625 (roughly #480, AU$815). But while the LG display does have that aspect ratio, its resolution is lower in 2560 x 1080, in comparison with the 3440 x 1440 of their EX3501R. While that lower cost point be tempting, with utilized both monitors in those resolutions we would always suggest going with the higher resolution, as it gets the wide and brief aspect ratio feel a lot simpler to use. Thinking about the features the BenQ EX3501R has when compared with its competitors, we think its price, though large, is pretty decent — you are getting a lot of monitor for the wealth. DesignUnlike monitors such as the Acer Predator X34, which can be aimed at gamers and have striking designs to match, the BenQ EX3501R is positioned as a’video pleasure monitor’, which means the large display, and the content it shows, are the stars of this show here, with the remaining portion of the monitor’s layout being clever, yet understated. The metal rack feels sturdy, and allows for a degree of modification to make the display comfortable to use, using vertical modification of 60mm and lean adjustment of between -5 and 20 levels