BenQ announces their new E 16.9 range, the M white range, and the G widescreen range

September 15, 2008 | 19:48

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September, 2008 – BenQ has announced the launch of a whole new range of displays, including some in the new16:9 1080p format. The display range includes the16:9 21.5 inch E2200HD and the 24-inch E2400HD monitors. Both of these models have a black piano finish and feature a native resolution of 1920 x 1080p, a high 10000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and a fast 2 ms response time (GtG). The HDMI™1.3 port and DVI connection (both with HDCP support) guarantee uncompromising visual enjoyment of HD media content. The widescreen models also feature Senseye®+Photo technology and are certified for use with Windows Vista®1 Premium. Thanks to a host of technical features, the displays are ideal for use in the office, at home or for entertainment.

BenQ has also announced two gleaming white displays with the 16:9 1080p format: the 21.5-inch and 24-inch monitors M2200HD and M2400HD. Both models feature a native resolution of 1920 x 1080p, an HDMI™ 1.3 and DVI interface (with HDCP support) and a high dynamic contrast of 10,000:1 as well as a fast response time of 2 ms (GTG). The M series is directed towards home and office users. Thanks to the attachable 2-megapixel webcam, video conferencing and live chatting via the Internet are a snap.

The 16:9 full-HD widescreen displays enable real 1:1 image reproduction of full-HD material (1080 lines). Reproduced images are hence in their maximum native resolutions, true-to-detail and crystal-clear with no loss of quality. Only with a 16:9 display can users enjoy a real full screen without irritating black bars at the upper and lower edges of the display – the 16:9 format being standard for Blu-ray, HD Ready and Full HD. The 1920 x 1080p full-HD resolution guarantees uncompromising viewing enjoyment of HD sources and the HDMI™1.3 interface additionally ensures rapid data transfer with no conversion losses.

BenQ is extending its widescreen range to include a new 22-inch display, the G2200W. The G Series display makes an impression with a dynamic contrast ratio of 2,500:1, 5 ms response time, 1,680 x 1,050p resolution (WSXGA+), a viewing angle of 160° vertical and 160° horizontal and 300 cd/m² brightness. The G2200W has a digital interface with HDCP support and is certified with the VistaTM Premium logo1.

In addition to the G2200W widescreen monitor BenQ is also launching new large-format widescreens to its G Series LCD monitors – the 21.6 inch glossy bezel widescreens G2110W and G2110WA. These widescreen models feature all essentials for everyday applications in work, leisure and entertainment, and are specifically ideal for SOHOs (Small Office, Home Office). The G2110W/WA are equipped with WSXGA+-Resolution (1,680 x 1,050), Dynamic Contrast Ratio (2,500:1), 5 ms response time, Senseye® +Photo Technology, Windows® Vista™ certification and an elegant design encased in high-gloss black.

Lastly BenQ has announced its new 24-inch widescreen G2400WD display, which outclasses even its multiple award-winning predecessor, the G2400W, with a dynamic contrast ratio of 4000:1 and ultra-fast 2 ms grey-to-grey (GtG) response time. The display features WUXGA resolution (1920 x 1200, full-HD 1080p), a HDMI port and a vertical and horizontal viewing angle of 160°. Thanks to a host of technical features, the display is ideal for gaming, entertainment and multimedia applications, as well as for professional use in SMBs and SOHOs.

All monitors will available from retailers at the end of September. For more information please visit
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