4K monitors with USB-C port on Amazon India

By Siddharth Parwatay | Published 24 Aug 2021 17:50 IST
4K monitors with USB-C port on Amazon India
4K monitors with USB-C port on Amazon India

A USB type-C monitor uses the fast and versatile USB-type C port as the mode of connection with your device. As more devices are moving towards a universal connector with the USB-C, it is imperative that your next monitor makes the most of its broad connectivity options. This standard offers a broad variety of advantages such as two-way data transfer, charging and more. Additionally, using the monitor as a secondary display for your laptop is a popular use case. With more laptops taking the thin and light route for their design, USB-C is often the only connector they come with. Keeping that in mind, we’ve curated some 4k monitors that are available on Amazon to help you pick one. In addition to USB-C support, these monitors pack an impressive combo of attractive features and useful specifications.

BenQ SW271C

The BenQ SW271C features the AQColor Technology that delivers accurate colour reproduction intended for professional-grade usage. This display assures accuracy across multiple colour spaces such as sRGB, DCI-P3/Rec. 709, or Adobe RGB. With a 10-bit colour depth, you have access to more than a billion colours and shading that feels natural. Its Uniformity Technology ensures that the colour performance is equally precise throughout the screen. With its image processing chip, the BenQ monitor can adjust the visual performance without requiring any alteration to the GPU’s output. With HDR support and optimisation for multiple video formats, the BenQ monitor is also great for video editing.

Dell U-Series U3219Q

The Dell U-Series monitor comes with VESA certified DisplayHDR 400 certification, which ensures great HDR performance with supported content. With a peak brightness of 400 nits, the monitor delivers dazzling bright colours while also maintaining high visibility against ambient lighting. A colour depth of more than a billion colours and a high contrast ratio make your visuals rich and vivid. With Picture-in-Picture and Picture-by-Picture display modes, you can view content from two sources simultaneously for maximum productivity. Its Keyboard Video and Mouse feature let you switch between content from different sources while using the same keyboard and mouse. The display can pivot, tilt, swivel and be adjusted for height to give you maximum flexibility over its positioning.

BenQ EW3280U

The HDRi technology from BenQ delivers impressive visual performance by optimising the colour, contrast and clarity for every ambience. With integrated 2.1 channel speakers and a Digital Signal Processor, you get a great multimedia experience from the monitor. It comes with Eye-care technology to reduce stress on your vision. The monitor covers 95% of the DCI-P3 colour gamut for realistic colour reproduction on your screen. Its Cinema HDRi mode optimises the framerate for a truly cinematic experience. For gamers, the Game HDRi mode combines with FreeSync technology for a smooth and enhanced gaming session at any time. 

LG 32UL750

The peak brightness of 600 nits improves the LG 32UL750’s visibility even in broad daylight. With Radeon FreeSync variable refresh rate technology, the monitor’s refresh rate is synchronised with the graphics card’s output to avoid stuttering and tearing. In addition to built-in presets for FPS and RTS games, you can also set your custom visual configurations for your gaming style. LG’s Dynamic Action Sync technology minimises the input lag giving you an advantage in fast-paced games.  Its ArcLine Stand enhances the visual appeal of the monitor while also improving the stability of the monitor.

 

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