BenQ EX3203R 32-inch FreeSync 2 Curved HDR monitor releases this week BenQ has confirmed that their new EX3203R FreeSync 2 display will release on August 7th, offering a large display size of 32-inches and a resolution of 1440p, delivering a great balance between size and resolution while giving a gamer-oriented 144Hz maximum refresh rate. As a FreeSync 2 monitor, the EX3203R offers support for HDR and FreeSync with Low Framerate Compensation, giving it an effective variable refresh rate window of 30-144Hz. HDR-wise, the EX3203R has a VA display panel with a peak brightness of 400 cd/m^2 while offering 90% coverage of the DCI-P3 colour space. BenQ's specifications make no specific mention of Local Dimming, giving this display limited HDR support, though the maximum brightness is over 33% higher than the 300 cd/m^2 offers by most non-HDR screens. While the display is certified as a DisplayHDR 400 monitor, AMD has confirmed that their FreeSync 2 specification has a "higher bar" for colour gamut, maximum screen brightness and contrast ratios, with many of FreeSync 2's HDR requirements being similar DisplayHDR 600. AMD's FreeSync 2 specifications also set strict limits on display latencies and other factors that are not covered by DisplayHDR. BenQ's EX3203R will support VESA compatible mounting system using a "VESA wall mount transfer kit", with the display's stock mounts offering tilt and height adjustment functions. The display itself has a 1800mm radius curvature, with the screen being a VR-type panel. Input-wise this monitor has a single Displayport 1.2 port, dual HDMI 1.4 inputs, a single USB 3.0 input and dual USB 3.0 outputs. The EX3203R supports USB Type-C as a display input, which will be a useful feature for Mac users.