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It's a new year, which means you may very well be in the market for a new LCD. If you're a gamer, and you're in the market, BenQ's new RL2455HM may be worth a look. Launched at CES 2013, this LCD slots into the company's growing line of gaming monitors. It features a 1ms grey-to-grey response time, 2-watt stereo speakers, dual HDMI ports, as well as advanced custom settings, such as BenQ's Black eQualizer, Display Mode, and Smart Scaling to give players an edge over their opponents. The RL2455HM also features a 60Hz refresh rate tuned to match console video output for seamless connectivity, a 24-inch... Read more...
HDTVs may be the hot "thing," but let's not forget about the real display hero. The one you enjoy each time you take the seat in a cinema. Yes, the projector. BenQ's W1100 and W1200 Full HD projectors have been revealed today, built around TI's DLP technology and supporting a native 1080p resolution. The W1100 has a twelve-lens optical system, full 10-bit color processor, 2000 ANSI lumens, multiple A/V inputs and a 4500:1 contrast ratio. The built-in color management system also adds balanced hue, adjusted to the users preferred contrast, brightness, color temperature, gamma, and white balance... Read more...
New LCDs. Need 'em? BenQ's got 'em. The company has just announced two new members of the EW series of Vertical Alignment (VA) LED monitors, with the lineup boosted by two with the addition of the EW2430 and the EW2430V. Both monitors have a 3,000:1 native contrast ratio, an 8-bit color panel and BenQ's own Seneye Human Vision Technology. The flagship member is the 24" 2430V, which has two HDMI ports, a VGA port and a DVI-D port. There's also four USB ports on each monitor, with a component jack on the V model. BenQ hasn't released pricing yet, but they should ship shortly. Internationally-renowned... Read more...
Who else could possible get into the tablet game at this point? Maybe the question should be who couldn't possibly get in. BenQ, a company that has traditionally focused more on monitors and accessories, has announced plans to unveil a tablet at CES 2011. When the show kicks off from Las Vegas next month, BenQ will be on hand to reveal their first 10.1" tablet, one that has a 1024x600 resolution touch panel, Android and a Samsung processor clocked at 833MHz. The CPU is ARM-based, and according to reports, the company hopes to "sell the R100 in content deals that pair the device with reading material... Read more...
Despite the fact that Amazon and Barnes & Noble essentially have the eReader market cornered, companies are still continuing to pour out alternatives as if the market is still blooming. BenQ hasn't been known for their dabbling in the eReader market before, but considering just how many outfits are now challenging the NOOK and Kindle, why not another? The new eReader K61 is a second-generation device, complete with integrated Wi-Fi, 3G and a touch screen. The unit just went on sale in Taiwan for a little over $300 (U.S.), boasting a 6" touch panel, support for doodling, Chinese, Japanese and... Read more...
It appears an epiphany went and hit BenQ upside its head, and that is if it wants to "lead and become a true and professional gaming monitor provider," BenQ has to "understand the mindset and needs of gamers." Those are BenQ's words, not ours, though we fully agree -- the way it works in business, it typically helps to understand the consumers you're trying to sell product to. BenQ has a bigger point there than just a Business 101 message. They've gone and released their newest display, the 23.6-inch LED Gaming Monitor XL2410T, which was co-developed by ZOWIE, a professional Gaming gear manufacturer.... Read more...
Need a new LCD? Chances are BenQ has an option to cover your needs, but if none of the prior models have worked in your favor, maybe this new one will. The new GL Series LED monitors include the following:  GL930 (18.5”W); GL931 (19”W); GL2030 (20”W); GL2230 (21.5”W) and GL2231 (22”W) LED.These all feature a somewhat similar design to existing BenQ screens, with a glossy black bezel, a futuristic stand and a widescreen stance. Each display has a 12,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 5ms response time, the company's own Senseye Human Vision Technology along with a variety of connectors. Across... Read more...
BenQ has certainly made an impact in the LCD industry, and while it has been some time since we viewed a unique new entrant from the company, along comes this to really change things up. The company has seemingly been hoarding up its monitors in preparation for a single major release, as they have just introduced a dozen new V Series models that focus on slimness and energy efficiency. The range includes 18.5" models (V920/V920P), 21.5" models (V2220/V2220P/V2220H/V2220HP), a 23" model (V2320) and two 24" models (V2420/V2420H). This whole bunch is extremely thin and stylish, and they all feature... Read more...
BenQ is attempting to lead the way in the LED display revolution, having just launched a 24-inch LED widescreen display as well as “the world’s first” 21.5-inch LED widescreen display. Both the V2400 Eco and the V2200 Eco support full HD 1080p and offer an ultra-high dynamic contrast ratio of 5 million:1 for intense blacks and extreme whites. The monitors also promise to use less energy, boasting an Eco mode that uses 30% less power. Both new monitors will be available worldwide eventually, though China will be the first country to get them starting mid-August. BenQ Leads the Charge in LED Revolution... Read more...
It has been quite awhile since we've seen a new LCD from BenQ. Recently, the company has been focusing its efforts on notebooks and netbooks, but it's good to see that the ole monitor hasn't completely gone out the window. Just this week, the outfit introduced the new E Series of displays, with both of the introductory models (E2220HD and E2420HD) boasting Full HD panels. All told, both monitors feature no fewer than 11 connectors, including two HDMI, four USB, VGA, DVI and three audio ports. Clearly designed to function as both a monitor and a bedroom HDTV, these displays also include twin stereo... Read more...
We're still anxiously awaiting that Android-based netbook from BenQ, but until then, we've got yet another netbook in the company's expanding Joybook line. Sporting a classic, all-black case, the Joybook Lite U102 boasts a larger-than-usual trackpad that we're certainly falling for, an undisclosed Intel Atom processor, a 10.1" UltraVivid WSVGA display (LED-backlit), a 250GB hard drive and a "petite" AC adapter.The machine weighs in at around 1kg (or 2.2 pounds), so it's certainly one of the lightest ways to get Windows XP in your suitcase. BenQ also includes a pair of stereo speakers, a webcam,... Read more...
Calling it an ultra-portable netbook, BenQ has launched its latest Joybook Lite T131. Running on AMD’s Yukon chipset and Sempron processor, the Joybook Lite manages to pack a 13.3-inch WXGA (1280x800) display with anti-glare, 1 GB of RAM (upgradable to 2 GB), a 250/320 GB hard drive, a 2-in-1 card reader, and built in 802.11b/g/n into its body. The T131 weighs just under four pounds and measures approximately 1.1 inches thick. The T131 ships with Windows Vista Home Basic, but you can upgrade to Windows Vista Business if you like. In terms of connectivity, the T131 offers two USB 2.0 ports as well... Read more...
BenQ, the company's whose mobile division filed for bankruptcy two years ago, is attempting a comeback by unveiling its intentions to launch an Android based smartphone and netbook sometime next year. The announcement means BenQ is now part of a growing list of companies that are either making or planning to make smartphones and mini-laptops based on the Android OS. BenQ is not new to the smartphone world. The company already has Symbian and Windows Mobile handsets such as the E72 shown here. Assuming the new phone is designed and built properly, an Android phone could help BenQ gain some market... Read more...
One could argue that the past 12 to 18 months have been all about netbooks, but all-in-one PCs sure are making a comeback here lately. Following up on efforts from Lenovo, MSI, Dell, Averatec and countless others is BenQ, who has just unveiled its stylish nScreen i91. As you'd expect, this is the company's very first all-in-one PC, and clearly its design team spent some long nights piecing things together.BenQ seems to be marketing this as more of a household / lifestyle PC than a workhorse, leaving most of the hard specifications to the imagination and focusing instead on aesthetics and overall... Read more...
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