BenQ brings VA LED monitor range to region
VA LED monitors promise better colour, true black display
BenQ has released a new line of VA LED monitors in the Middle East, which are intended to provide superior visual performance than traditional TN panels.
The GW Series of monitors offers better colour reproduction and an ultra-high contrast ratio, with true black and minimized light leakage.
The monitors feature 5000:1 Ultra High Native Contrast, True 8-bit Color Performance rendering a total of 16.7 million color shades with interpolated 24-bit true color, Frame Rate Control (RFC), or dithering, allowing a 6-bit panel to achieve a similar range of colour shades, the number of true colours that it can render is merely 2% of that of an 8-bit panel.
The series comprises of three models, with different inputs, the GW, with D-Sub; DVI-D; GW/M, featuring D-Sub; DVI-D; Line-In; Headphone Jack; and GW/HM with D-Sub; DVI-D; Line-In; Headphone Jack; HDMI.
Manish Bakshi, managing director of BenQ for the Middle East and Africa, said: "VA panels are predicted to have a 42% share in 2012, surpassing TN-Wide View Film, IPS/FFS and traditional TN panels, and a 42.5% growth in shipment by 2015. This tells us there is an increasing need for VA display around the world, and we have made the decision to fulfill it. By expanding our VA selection with the launch of the 2012 GW Series, we're offering our valued customers a wide array of choices for business and personal entertainment use with display sizes that range from 21.5-inch to 27-inch."