BenQ Middle East unveils LCD monitor

BenQ Middle East has unveiled another LCD monitor. The FP2081 is aimed at both the executive desktop and space conscious companies, such as banks.

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By  Matthew Southwell Published  June 13, 2002

BenQ Middle East has unveiled another LCD monitor. The FP2081 is aimed at both the executive desktop and space conscious companies, such as banks, architects offices and department stores.

Robert Dung, managing director at BenQ Middle East, claims that not only does the FP2081 look nice, but also provides a number of technological advantages.

“At BenQ, we want business consumers to realise that technology is no longer about trade-offs,” he says.

As such, the FP2081 features a 20.1 inches screen and a number of video inputs through which users can hook up DVI sources, DVD players, VCRs, network boxes, tuner boxes, or other components for presentations. The monitor has a depth of 260 mm weighs 10.5kg.

Manish Bakshi, sales & marketing manager at BenQ Middle East says the FP2081 LCD monitor is also affordable. “According to the market research that we have conducted, we expect to sell large numbers of this digital display device in the region,” he says.

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