BenQ unveils G Series LCD Monitors

By SiliconIndia   |   Monday, 27 April 2009, 13:19 Hrs
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BenQ unveils G Series LCD Monitors
New Delhi: BenQ, a digital network devices major, has announced the launch of its G series LCD monitors. The newly launched series offers four models, BenQ G920HDA, BenQ G2020HD, BenQ G2220HD and BenQ 2410HD. The G series LCD monitors come equipped with the aspect ratio of 16:9 and a high dynamic contrast ratio of 40,000:1 with 5ms response time.

Ideal for home and office applications such as movies, games, presentations etc, G series LCD monitors offer unmatched viewing experience with high image clarity. BenQ G series LCD monitors render 720p to 1080p full high definition content such as Blu-ray movies and console games.

With the screen sizes ranging from 18.5 inch to 23.6 inch, consumers have ample choices to meet their specific usage. The G series LCD monitors, BenQ G2020HD, BenQ G2220HD and BenQ 2410HD display Full HD content in its native 16:9 format without the distortion, resizing or black bars that plague 16:10 displays. BenQ G920HDA LCD monitor boasts a unique 2-lamp design that emits a bright 300 nits, which helps in saving substantial energy and drastically cutting carbon dioxide and mercury emissions. The G2410HD LCD monitor is further enhanced by AMA Technology (Advanced Motion Accelerator) for increased brightness and faster response time.

BenQ exclusive image enhancement engine, Senseye+photo comes standard in all four models and features optimized standard, dynamic, photo, movie and even NSTL- certified sRGB preset modes.

BenQ G series LCD monitors MOP (Market operating price) range is from 6,500 to 11,500. BenQ G series LCD monitors are available through all BenQ dealers.

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