BenQ presents new 24-inch business class monitor

BenQ presents new 24-inch business class monitor

BenQ has presented a new monitor, called BL2405PT that has been designed for professionals from the ground up. The new company product comes with tons of features and a 24-inch display that should be enough for office tasks, video editing and other similar activities.

At the same time the new BenQ BL2405PT monitor should not come with a high price because the device uses technologies that can be related to budget products. The BL2405PT monitor is based on TN technology and works at Full HD resolution. At the same time it offers 170º/160º-degree horizontal/vertical viewing angles, 250 cd/m² of brightness and 1000:1 of contrast ratio. Users can tilt the display from -5º degrees to +20º degrees and can also move it up and down for up to 150 mm. In addition to this the BenQ BL2405PT comes with a special cable holder and support for both portrait and landscape modes. The device also has two built-in 2W speakers as well as HDMI/DisplayPort/D-Sub/audio ports and several technologies such as Low Blue Light, Flicker-free and Dynamic Power Saving.

Unfortunately the price of the BenQ BL2405PT is unknown as of now.

Source: BenQ

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