BenQ E-Series LED TV with Reflection Defense Panel for higher contrast

BenQ has announced the release of their E-Series LED TV, featuring high-gloss, crystal black Reflection Defense Panel which reduces the reflections and distractions from different light sources in the room and promising to provide 27.3% more contrast in comparisons with other TVs.

The Full HD 1080P E-Series TVs TVs features ultra-slim design and are equipped with BenQ’s LED backlight technology offering dynamic contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1. They are based on 10-bit panels and incorporate the company’s own Senseye Human Vision Technology to provide viewers with “deeper, richer and truer to life” visuals.

BenQ E46-5000

E-Series also comes equipped with SRS JoySurround for richer sound experience through two built-in 8W speakers and a 10W subwoofer, USB Multimedia ports and BenQ’s 24P Real Cinema mode that adds duplicate frames to reduce unnatural artifacts.

The E-Series will be available in China in the mid-January 2011, the Middle East in mid-February 2011, and Taiwan in the end of February 2011.

Related posts

Logitec shows off compact Wi-Fi router

Logitec Japan has unveiled the LAN-W300N/RS line of compact wireless internet routers. The novelty measures just 56 x 42 x 13.5 mm, weighs 23 grams (excluding the AC adapter) and targets people who are always on the go yet need network services. The new Logitec router supports Wi-Fi...

NVIDIA exhibits Tegra K1 chips

NVIDIA exhibits Tegra K1 chips

The US company NVIDIA has officially presented its latest Tegra chips this time known as K1. Surprisingly enough the new chips are not called Tegra 5 as previously expected but this is because the newcomers are based on the really powerful Kepler architecture, which makes them so fast they...

SanDisk World’s Smallest 64GB Solid State Drive

SanDisk  announced a new integrated Solid State Drives (iSSD) and claims that it is the World’s Smallest 64GB SSD with measures of only 16 x 20 x 1.85 mm and weighing less than one gram. Designed to be used in tablet PCs and ultra-thin notebooks, the drive uses a Ball Grid Array (BGA) form...

Leave a comment