BenQ hails Vista 'first'

Taiwanese vendor claims to be the first LCD producer in the global industry to obtain Microsoft Vista certification

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By  Published  November 30, 2006

Monitor vendor BenQ has hailed itself as the first company in the industry to receive Microsoft’s ‘Windows Vista’ certification for LCD panels. Both its FP93GX and FP93GS models have been given the endorsement.

“We are delighted to be the first company to have our LCD monitors declared compatible with Microsoft’s Windows Vista operating systems,” said Manish Bakshi, general manager at BenQ Middle East and Africa. “We are focused on using technology to improve user experience and currently produce several of the most innovative LCD models in the world. Both the FP93GX and FP93GS monitors are designed to take advantage of the latest windows innovations,” he added.

The company’s monitors were awarded the certification after being tested to meet high-quality standards and deliver a superior experience when used with a PC running a Windows Vista operating system. Both models accredited by Microsoft also feature BenQ’s proprietary ‘Senseye’ digital enhancement technology.

BenQ is the third largest LCD monitor vendor in the Middle East, according to research from BNA. Total LCD monitor sales in the region are set to surpass 1.08 million units this year.

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