BenQ has designs on monitor market

BenQ is looking for a change of perspective with its FP991 LCD monitor, which allows users to switch between portrait and landscape display modes, with just the touch of a button. The vendor hopes to win sales from design professionals and engineers.

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By  Peter Branton Published  August 26, 2003

BenQ is looking for a change of perspective with its FP991 LCD monitor, which allows users to switch between portrait and landscape display modes, with just the touch of a button. The vendor hopes to win sales from design professionals and engineers.

The FP991 features a rotating hinge and comes bundled with software which allows users to switch display modes with the touch of a key, making it particularly useful for professionals who need to view images, spreadsheets or applications from different perspectives.

“BenQ’s FP991 is one of our most innovative models and we’re delighted to bring this technology to the Middle East,” said Robert Dung, managing director, BenQ Middle East. “We’ve had interest from designers, construction specialists and engineers across the Middle East, so we’re confident that it will prove a profitable addition to our portfolio of LCD monitors.”

Featuring a 19-inch screen, the FP991 offers the user high brightness and contrast levels, and a slender 18mm border. The new product also supports multiple resolutions up to 1280 x 1024 with high brightness and a contrast ratio of 700:1. It is suitable for numerous applications including streaming full screen video.

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