BenQ Launch New 24" LED Monitors Including 3D Model
BenQ is set to launch three new 24″ LED backlight monitors including a 3D model. The Taiwanese Company are targeting the models at the home, business and gaming markets in Australia.
The 3D model XL2410T uses a TN panel and during a first look session at BenQ offices we were impressed with both the quality and the $495 price tag.
The 120 Hz monitor outputs two sets of images at 6Hz which are then synchronised using 3D glasses. Native resolution is 1,920 x 1,080 pixels resulting in most output files being supported.
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|Contract comparison. New BenQ monitor on right|
The monitor that comes with a solid stand that slides up and down on a pole allows the display screen to be easily adjusted to a suitable height. It also delivers 16.7 million colours, viewing angles of 170/160 degrees and multiple video inputs, including DVI, D-SUB (VGA) and HDMI.
BenQ Monitor right screen
The monitor we saw has a brightness of 300 cd/m2, plus a dynamic contrast ratio of 10,000,000:1 as well as G2G (gray to gray) response time of 2 ms.
BenQ has also launched two other VA-panel LED monitors that produce true black with zero bright dot (ZBD), they also minimise light leakage, leading to better contrast. The viewing angles are also maximized to 178 degrees, both vertical and horizontal. “We are using the ‘Senseye Human Vision Technology’ to increase image clarity and detail in the new product”said a BenQ executive.
Set to be a major player in the monitor market up against Samsung BenQ has in the past been the #1 monitor suppler and they are confident that there new range will be succesful.