BenQ launched 20-inch” Widescreen G2025HD/A LCD Mnitor

World-leading display provider and pioneer in the 16:9 aspect ratio monitors, BenQ, launched a new model – 20” Widescreen G2025HD/A. Expanding the lineup for the G Series LCD monitors whilst maintaining their objective: “Blending solid reliability with must-have features, the G Series specifically aims to make 16:9 Full HD/HD viewing more affordable than ever for consumers”. These LCD monitors also come equipped with 40,000:1 DCR; 5ms response time; and BenQ’s proprietary Senseye®+PhotoImaging Technology – Solid, reliable, yet affordable.

The 40,000:1 DCR (Dynamic Contrast Ratio) and 250nit brightness on the G2025 offers splendid image details and clarity in darkened and complex motion pictures and games in a vibrant display of 16.7M colours. Complimenting those, the fast 5ms response time will ensure that there will be no motion blur and unwanted artifacts on screen.

Featuring BenQ’s own Senseye+PhotoImage Technology, an exclusive image enhancement engine, the G2025 brings the users the most optimized images. This exclusive technology gives the users five pre-set modes (Standard, Dynamic, Photo, Movie, and NSTL-certified sRGB preset modes) fitting to their everyday viewing needs.

The G2025 LCD monitors are also Microsoft® Windows 7® certified, hence fully compatible with Windows 7 color systems. Simply connect the monitor to a computer installed with Windows 7, and the system will instantly recognize the monitor, making setup effortless.

The G2025HD (D-sub/DVI-D) and G2025HDA (D-sub) will be available worldwide in May.

Source: BenQ

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