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.

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