The BenQ EX3203R has a decent peak brightness of 400 nits, but this is regulated by its Brightness Intelligence Plus technology that adjusts brightness and color temperature to provide the best viewing experience for your eyes. The curved gaming monitor also offers accurate colors as a result of its 90% coverage of the DCI-P3 color space. It\u2019s screen size of 32 inches provides plenty of screen space to work with, and a native resolution of 1440p (QHD) makes it worthy of color-critical work. These specs make it one of the best computer monitors you can get at a price of $800. If you want a monitor that's closer to $500, take a look at the Dell U2717D review too.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - BenQ EX3203R\r\nThe BenQ EX3203R is a curved 32 inch VA panel that has HDR support and comes with a healthy 144 Hz refresh rate plus AMD FreeSync technology to eliminate screen tearing. It\u2019s 4ms response time makes it a great pick for a gaming monitor, since it keeps motion blur at an absolute minimum. About to buy a monitor soon? We did a comprehensive BenQ EX3203R review to find out what else this monitor has in store so that you could make an informed purchase. For another gaming monitor, give the LG E2370V-BF 23 monitor review a read.\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nThe BenQ EX320R has a very good input lag of 6ms that results in barely noticeable delay, and a competitive contrast ratio of 3000:1 for a steady balance between deep blacks and bright whites. This is a lot better than what you\u2019ll get from the HP VH240a. The EX3203R monitor\u2019s 1800R curvature and it\u2019s 16:9 aspect ratio also work together to provide an immersive experience whether you\u2019re using it for work or play. It\u2019s curvature is quite deep compared to other gaming monitors, and this is one of the features that makes it stand out.\r\nDesign\r\nMuch like the LG 34UM69G-B, the BenQ EX320R doesn\u2019t put a lot of effort into looking as good as it does, and despite qualifying as a gaming monitor, it doesn\u2019t look out of place on a work desk. The monitor also has ultra thin bezels, and a hole on its elegant stand for easy cable management. It\u2019s display can be slightly tilted forward or backwards, but the screen\u2019s orientation can\u2019t be changed. Viewing angles are also not too bad thanks to the monitor\u2019s curvature.\r\nValue\r\nThe BenQ EX3203R\u2019s price point of about $800 hits the sweet spot just right since it\u2019s not too expensive for what it has to offer, and is a quality purchase that can last a long time. It\u2019s high refresh rate keeps it snappy, though it\u2019s lack of speakers may be discouraging to some. In terms of connectivity, the gaming monitor has 1 DisplayPort and 2 HDMI ports, with 1 USB-C and 2 USB ports, which is a lot better than the Acer R240HY\u2019s options.\r\nBenQ EX3203R Wrap Up\r\nIf there\u2019s anything you\u2019ll get from this BenQ EX3203R monitor review, it's that this monitor BenQ may be a diamond in the rough for its price range. This is because not many people regard BenQ as a top-of-mind brand. The monitor actually doesn\u2019t have any serious deal breakers in spite of its lack of a power-eco mode and it\u2019s limited ergonomics. If you\u2019re about to buy a monitor soon for either gaming or professional use, we guarantee that you won\u2019t go wrong with the BenQ EX3203R.