BenQ intros 24-inch V2410T and V2410B LED Monitors

Internationally-renowned provider of digital lifestyle innovations, BenQ, extends their LED monitors lineup with its introduction today of the 24” wide screen V2410T and V2410B – the successor to the V2400 Eco LED Monitor. The V2410T is designed with its corporate users’ comfort in mind; whereas with its unique asymmetrical design, owning the V2410B is as if to own a piece of home décor for the stylish minds. Let these two new models define who you are – Tastefully stylish and yet environmentally conscious.

BenQ’s V2410T is designed to cater for corporate users’ needs. It comes with a height adjustment function allowing users to adjust the screen’s height according to theirs, and not vice-versa, negating the risks of neck discomfort or strain. With this corporate users can now comfortably enjoy the hours in front of their LED monitor.

BenQ V2410 T

Unlike the CCFL technology used in the LCD monitors, V2410T and V2410B use energy efficient LED backlighting. In comparison to a CCFL monitor^, V2410T and V2410B consume 44% less power; and 56% less whilst in Eco mode. These LED monitors surpasses not only performance metrics such as higher dynamic contrast, no light leakage and are flicker-free, but also has environmental factors for instance: LED monitors are free of the arsenic substance of mercury. With this, users who spend long hours in front of their screens will not have to trade-in quality and style at the expense of the environment.

BenQ’s V2410T and V2410B’s LED backlit screens with Full 1080p High-Definition at 16:9 aspect ratio present users the perfection of uncompressed images. Further enhanced with BenQ’s Senseye® Human Visual Technology using its six proprietary calibration techniques, the monitors are able to produce uncompromised, crystal clear visuals.

A “Display mode hot key”, located on the right side of these monitors’ bezels, allows aspect ratios other than 16:9 to be displayed without geometric distortion. Therefore, it can perfectly display a non-widescreen image or movie with its 16:9 widescreen panel – allowing you to enjoy the best visual entertainment.

These two models of LED monitors has passed Microsoft® Windows 7 certification and are fully compatible with Windows 7’s color systems, plug and play – making setup and connection effortless. BenQ’s again successfully proven their expertise in the industry to deliver magnificent visuals, exceptional energy efficiency, and an eco-friendly design – Keeping the product, images, users – and the Earth – all Lookin’ Great!

The V2410T (MSRP $319) and V2410B (MSRP $279) will debut in April 2010 in Europe and China. For more information, please visit BenQ.com

Source: BenQ

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