BenQ Brings in VA LED Technology

 BenQ, an internationally renowned provider of digital lifestyle innovations and LED monitor expert, celebrated today the official expansion of the GW Series, its essential line for home and work which leads the category with unparalleled audiovisual experience.

BenQ expanded its VA LED display leadership in 2011 with a continually evolving line of award-winning VA LED monitors – from the EW Series, home entertainment enjoyment monitors featuring full multimedia connectivity, to the BL Series, corporate monitors designed to provide ergo solutions. Now, with the 2012 launch of the GW Series completing the VA LED monitor lineup, BenQ aims to become the first-class visual enjoyment provider for everyone.

Featuring ground-breaking VA LED visual sophistication, the GW Series faithfully brings out every hue from the brightest whites to the deepest blacks with every detail flawlessly layered and contrasted even in the most complex scenes. The models are aesthetically pleasing in design as they are visually satisfying in performance – bringing harmony and balance to contemporary décor with perfectly layered visual elements complementing their boldly sculptured countenance and a front bezel textured to sooth eyes. Key product features of the GW Series include:

5000:1 Ultra High Native Contrast: Being one of the most important aspects of a computer monitor’s performance, a native contrast ratio that is five times of that of general panels adds astonishing color depth and definition to darkened, complex images with the greatest subtlety and clarity, bringing every detail to life.

True 8-bit Color Performance: An 8-bit VA panel renders a total of 16.7 million color shades with interpolated 24-bit true color to deliver smoother and more stable transitions from one color to the next. Though by leveraging Frame Rate Control (RFC), or dithering, a 6-bit panel is also able to achieve a similar range of color shades, the number of true colors that it can render is merely 2% of that of an 8-bit panel.

o             8-bit: 2^8 x 2^8 x 2^8 = 256 x 256 x 256 = 16,777,216 colors rendered

o             6-bit: 2^6 x 2^6 x 2^6 = 64 x 64 x 64 = 262,144 colors rendered

True Blacks and Minimized Light Leakage: With naturally deeper blacks and minimized light leakage, VA panels display flawlessly layered and precisely contrasted details in even the darkest images.

Wide- Angle Viewing: VA panels come with an ultra-wide viewing angle of 178˚/178˚ so sharper details, higher contrast and truly authentic colors can be viewed and shared by everyone from left, right, above and below.

LED Backlight: The use of LED backlighting allows for lower power consumption than conventional CCFL monitors. The GW Series is even more energy-efficient when used in Eco Mode.

The new line includes three different models with different connectors: GW (D-Sub; DVI-D); GW/M (D-Sub; DVI-D; Line-In; Headphone Jack); GW/HM (D-Sub; DVI-D; Line-In; Headphone Jack; HDMI). The GW/M and GW/HM models are also equipped with built-in speakers (21.5”W with 1Wx2; 24”W/ 27”W with 2Wx2) to perfect your audiovisual enjoyment without the hassle of connecting to additional audio devices. Each of these models is Microsoft® Windows 7 certified for full compatibility with Windows 7 color systems. Simply connect a GW Series monitor to a Windows 7-equipped computer, and the operating system will instantly recognize the monitor, making setup effortless.

The color difference is really remarkable and we seriously recommend BenQ monitors for a better quality display experience.

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2 thoughts on “BenQ Brings in VA LED Technology

  • October 27, 2012 at 9:29 pm
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    Look like few technical terms i can’t even understand but Ben Q is a good in LED technology

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    • January 23, 2013 at 11:46 am
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      Never thought BenQ could bring in VALED Technology. Can’t wait to get one.

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