BenQ reveals Benq 42-5000 and 46-5000 LCD TVs

BenQ extends it lineup of LCD TV with two new models – the 42-inch V42-5000 and 46-inch V46-5000 models. Both TV’s boast 1080p Full HD resolution, Senseye Technology, and 24p Real Cinema Mode.

The LCD TVs feature a clean, simple design with a pair of 10W “invisible speakers”, which are located beneath the screen, hidden from view. The TV’s  have a contrast ratios of 5,000:1(V42-5000) and 6,000:1(V46-5000), feature BenQ’s own Senseye Human Vision Technology – a proprietary image enhancement engine that mimics the human eye and “enhances the color, clarity and contrast of video contents and smoothes out quick images through motion optimization to produce fuller, richer and more detailed images”. They also come with 24P Real Cinema mode, which adds duplicate frames to reduce unnatural artifacts when you play 24P encoded content through HDMI.

BenQ V42-5000 LCD TV

The V42-5000 and V46-5000 are equipped with three HDMI ports, 1 component, 2 composite, S-video, D-Sub ports, and a USB port which also allows you to playback movies, music and view photos.

BenQ 46-5000


The new models will be available in China, India and the Middle East in November 2010.

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