BenQ Reveals GL Series Of LED backlit LCD Monitors

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 the line, there's DVI, VGA, audio-in, a headphone jack and some models even have integrated speakers.

Unlike the CCFL technology used in the LCD monitors, the GL Series uses energy efficient LED backlighting panels, therefore, in comparison to conventional CCFL monitors, the GL Series consumes less power (14,3%); and even less (39.3%) whilst in Eco mode. The GL2030/A/AM/M will be available world wide in mid-April, whereas the GL930/A/AM/M; GL931/A/AM/M; GL2230/A/AM/M and GL2231/A/M/AM will be available worldwide in July; pricing has not yet been made public.
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