New Delhi, India, February 12, 2014: BenQ, a leading market player in technology innovation and design proficiency today announced the launch of its CAD / CAM series of monitors and Pro graphic range of professional monitors; BL & PG series, tailor made for working professionals to deliver exceptional screen performance with minimized total cost of ownership and maximized staff productivity. The 24inch monitors features 16:10 widescreen aspect ratio offering 1920x1200 maximum resolutions, reproduces 100% sRGB color, upgraded to eliminate flickering at all brightness levels through its – automatic eye protector sensor, anti- glare display, supported with Senseye® Reading Mode. The BL series is the first tailored CAD/CAM monitor by BenQ, It is the ultimate solution carefully designed to meet all demands of every professional working with PTC, SolidWorks, AutoCAD, Maya or other CAD/CAM software Designed with CAD/CAM users in mind, the BL2411PT’s Display Pilot Software provides a CAD/CAM mode that cares about the details. BenQ has expanded its portfolio with Pro Graphics Series, its new professional color management monitor, PG2401PT. Featuring Fogra and other printing-industry color certifications of international ISO standards, 100% CMYK color space, 99% Adobe RGB color space, 14-bit 3D Look-Up-Table and processing Delta E≤2 and brightness uniformity function, the monitor is designed to meet the demanding color quality expectations of art, design, photography and print-making professionals during the process of color proofing. Made specifically for creative professionals such as photographers, graphic designers, color re-touchers, and printers requiring accurate and consistent on-screen color matching, the new device provides reliable, printing-certified soft proofing precision. With Palette Master and X-Rite, the monitor effectively improve design and proofing efficiency and lower the total cost of ownership, making it the ideal choice for system houses seeking the perfect hardware and software solution for their clients and printing houses.