BenQ last week launched its new 24” and 21.5” LED widescreen displays, namely the Full HD 1080p V2400 Eco and Full HD 1080p V2200 Eco. These first two models will prelude what BenQ promises to be a broad-spectrum offering of LED displays to be launched by mid-August, according to the company.
The new products employ the latest LED technology for backlight, providing exquisite image with a high dynamic contrast ratio of 5 million:1. And BenQ’s Senseye™ 3 Human Vision Technology further amplifies image richness, clarity, and depth. LED also provides flicker-free performance ideal for long-term viewing and improved visual comfort.
The displays consume approximately 36% less power than traditional CCFL displays. Additionally, the new models are lighter (-14.6%) and thinner (-21.2%) than CCFL displays of comparable screen size, saving on packaging and shipping. And the paper cushioning and carton for packaging was composed of 80% recycled paper material, and printing on the carton uses 70% less ink and is done in 100% soy ink. Further cutting back on waste, the Quick Startup Guide is now cleverly printed on the outside of the carton, eliminating the need for a separate brochure.
The two new displays will be available worldwide starting in China mid-August.