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BenQ rolls out new, eco-friendly displays

Written by IT News on 12:07 AM

Those who are in the PC market know that BenQ has updated its line of displays is updated with the introduction of new models, where the label "green". On that note, the company recently announced two new monitors, a part of the G-series, namely G920WL and G922HDL. Two is new models equipped with an LED display technology and is available in 19-inch and 18-inch form factors, are at a 16:10 aspect ratio and 16:9, respectively. With the addition of the new models can, BenQ, its customers a complete range of green screen resolutions, from 18.5-inch to 24-inch screens.

"LED is the next big thing in display technology enable unprecedented levels of DCR-sized images," Peter Chen, General Manager of BenQ Technology Product Center, said. "Plus, it's the obvious environmental benefits seem relevant. Overall, G-series just makes advanced LED promoting affordable, so that everyone can experience and contribute to a future that Lookin 'Large, both digital lifestyle and the natural surroundings.

Both models are equipped with LED backlighting mercury-free, from the user to provide an energy efficient alternative to similar products on the market. Otherwise, the two also equipped with the company Human Vision 3 Senseye technology, designed with a pressure to optimize the screen, including images of wealth, clarity and depth to the user and offers a high quality visual experience.

They come standard with a contrast ratio of 1000:1, a response time of 5ms and brightness of 250 cd/m2. Boasting 5.0 TCO Certification, a resolution of 1366 x 768 (G922HDL) and 1440 x 800 (G920WL) resolution, the two that their users with D-Sub and DVI connection. Unfortunately, there are no details on pricing at this time.

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