Sydney Australia, 18 June 2012
: Purchasing a BenQ monitor now guarantees an optimised viewing experience with the company deciding to adopt Vertical Alignment (VA) LED panel technology across its monitor line-up. BenQ launched the world’s first VA LED monitor only two years ago, and has now decided to extend VA LED panel technology across the monitor range, providing consumers with a higher native contrast ratio to show true black and vivid colour surpassing other displays.
What this means to the consumer is that for no real additional outlay they’re assured of a monitor which offers an outstanding visual performance with the sharpest details, the richest colours and the deepest blacks – three core elements that contribute substantially to the visual clarity and viewing comfort of a computer monitor. Coupled with this, VA LED monitors are energy-efficient and eco-friendly offering reducing power consumption and the manufacturing process is mercury-free, making them less costly to the Earth.
Said BenQ Australia’s general manager, Chee F. Chung, “Twisted Nematic (TN) LED and In-Plane Switching (IPS) panels only come with a 1000:1 native contrast ratio, where VA LED panels boast an ultra-high native contrast ratio of 5000:1, bringing astonishing colour depth and definition from the brightest whites to the deepest blacks with the greatest subtlety and clarity.
“This is obviously ideal for those wishing to use their monitor for personal entertainment, but should not be underestimated for general purpose usage also. For instance, watching videos and browsing pictures on a VA LED panel is vastly more comfortable and easier on the eye then with a traditional TN LED monitor,” she said. “Other advantages to VA panels include a wider viewing angle to accommodate a bigger audience more comfortably, and true 8-bit colour delivers smoother and more stable colour transitions by rendering a total of 16.7 million colour shades.
“BenQ’s line-up of monitors from the multimedia EW, to the stylish VW, ergonomic BL and general purpose GW series now takes full advantage of VA panel technology and LED backlighting,” said Chung. The complete VA Range: GW Series
(Home and Office): for value-seekers looking to manage their needs for essential home and office use, such as web-surfing or handling administrative tasks.
RRP: from $179 to $299 ( 21.5” / 24” / 27” ) VW Series
(Stylish): for those with an eye for fashion, a range that satisfies aesthetic demands
RRP: from $199 to $349 ( 21.5” / 24” / 27” ) EW Series
(Multimedia): for heavy computer users seeking premium multimedia enjoyment with excellent visual image quality
RRP: from $279 to $399 ( 24” / 27” ) BL Series
(Ergonomic): for business seeking the most ergonomic solution to improve productivity and efficiency
RRP: from $399 BL2400PT
There is a BenQ VA LED monitor for every application, from entry level to premium models in display sizes ranging from 21.5” – 27”.
For further information visit www.BenQ.com.au
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Further Images available on request About BenQ Corporation
BenQ Corporation, a leading provider of networked digital lifestyle devices, is a multi-faceted company with strengths in product design, visual technology and mobile technology. BenQ offers unrivalled breadth and depth of products and integrated technologies across platforms through the brand promise of “Bringing Enjoyment and Quality to Life,” including digital projector, LCD monitors, laptop PCs, Netbooks, All-in-One PCs, LCD displays, digital cameras, storage devices, mobile phones, storage media and human interface devices such as mice and keyboards. 2008 revenues of BenQ Corporation exceeded US$1.54 billion. About BenQ Group
The BenQ Group is currently comprised of 12 companies that operate independently while sharing resources and leveraging synergies among them. The BenQ Group companies include BenQ Corporation, AU Optronics Corporation (world’s top 3 manufacturers of large-size TFT-LCD panels), Qisda Corporation, Darfon Electronics Corporation, Daxon Technology Inc., Daxin Materials Corp., BenQ Guru Software Co., BenQ Hospital, Darwin Precisions, Ltd, Raydium Semiconductor Corporation, Cando Corporation and Wellypower Co., Ltd. 2008 revenues of BenQ Group exceeded US$19 billion dollars.