Launched: Benq Mobiuz EX3210U Gaming Monitor in India Today
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Launched: Benq Mobiuz EX3210U Gaming Monitor in India Today

    Posted by Sparsh Dayal On 22-Feb-2022 08:24 AM

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BenQ-MOBIUZ-EX3210 gaming Monitor

Benq Mobiuz EX3210U gaming Monitor launched in India today, (i.e. on Tuesday, February 22). The top of the line gaming monitor for PC and current-gen consoles features a 32-inch 4K Ultra-HD display screen with a refresh rate of up to 144Hz and 1mili-second response time. It highlights AMD FreeSync Premium Pro technology for reducing lag and stutter. The monitor is equipped with two HDMI 2.1 ports for consoles as well as DisplayPort 1.4 that offer support for PC gaming. The Benq Mobiuz EX3210U gaming monitor accompanies inbuilt 2.1 channel speakers consisting of two 2W speakers and a 5W subwoofer.

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Cost of Benq Mobiuz EX3210U in India

Benq Mobiuz EX3210U price in India is set at a range of Rs. 87,500. The new gaming screen is accessible on online retail stores for purchase, as well as IT retail outlets. The new Benq Mobiuz EX3210U gaming monitor will be sold in a solitary white colourway, as indicated by Benq.

Benq Mobiuz EX3210U Details

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The Benq Mobiuz EX3210U gaming monitor sports a 32-inch 4K Ultra-HD (3,840x2,160 pixels) IPS LCD with a 1ms reaction time that upholds a refresh rate of 144Hz when paired with a PC, and 120Hz when paired with a PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X gaming console. The screen upholds a maximum brightness of 600 nits and combines Benq's HDRi technology for automatic brightness and contrast change. It accompanies support for AMD FreeSync Premium Pro technology, used to lessen tearing, reduce lag and stuttering in the midst of gaming. The screen offers 98% DCI-P3 color gamut coverage and is Vesa DisplayHDR 600 guaranteed, being mentioned by the company.

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The recently launched Benq Mobiuz EX3210U accompanies double 2W speakers and a 5W subwoofer. It highlights five audio presets for FPS,racing, and sporting games, as well concerning cinema and pop/live music, alongside the organization's Bongiovi DPS sound technology. For the connectivity options, the gaming monitor incorporates two HDMI 2.1 ports for current-gen consoles, a DisplayPort 1.4 port for PC gaming at 4K resolution with a 144Hz revive rate, as well as four USB 3.0 ports and an earphone jack.

Deep Fake Defense 101: Learn How to Stop the Spread of Deceptive Videos

In recent times, video calls have become a popular way for people to connect with their loved ones or colleagues across the globe. However, it's important to be cautious during video calls, as advancements in technology, particularly artificial intelligence (AI), have made it easier for fraudsters to deceive unsuspecting individuals. A case in point is an incident in northern China where a man fell victim to an AI-driven video call scam involving deepfake technology. Using AI-powered face-swapping, the scammer posed as the victim's close friend during the call and convinced him to transfer a significant amount of money. The victim realized he had been duped when his real friend expressed no knowledge of the call. Fortunately, local police were able to recover most of the stolen money and are actively working to trace the remaining amount. To combat the growing threat of AI-driven scams, China has implemented new rules to provide legal protection for victims and has been tightening its scrutiny of such technology. Now the question arises, how can one spot a fake video call? Here are some signs to watch out for: Video quality: Fake videos often have poor quality. Look for watermarks or other indications that the video is sourced online. Contact information: Verify if the caller is on your contact list and if the displayed name matches the contact information you have for that person. Video sizing: Pay attention to any distortion in the video proportions, as fake video calls may require resizing to fit the webcam window. Given the rise of AI-based scams in India, it is crucial for individuals to remain vigilant and exercise caution during video and voice calls. A study revealed that India has the highest number of victims, with 83% of Indians falling prey to fraudulent activities. Deepfake technology has become a concern in recent years. It involves the use of AI to create realistic yet fake videos or images by collecting and mimicking visual and audio data of the target individual, often obtained from publicly available sources like social media. In summary, staying alert and being aware of the signs of a fake video call can help protect individuals from falling victim to AI-driven scams.

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