BenQ unveils world's first LCD monitor with full HD support

Computers, HDTV

BenQ has added to its LCD monitor range with the BenQ FP241W – what it claims is the world’s first LCD monitor with an HDMI interface and full 1080p HD support.

The FP241W’s HDMI interface enables 5Gbps data transfer, eliminating the need for signal conversion. The LCD monitor also features BenQ’s Advanced Motion Accelerator (AMA) and Senseye Technology as well as a 1000:1 high contrast ratio and flexible screen adjustment. The 24-inch widescreen design allows you to view two independent A4-size windows simultaneously, while the embedded PIP (picture-in-picture) function lets you play back video from two different sources such as from a DVD player and a PC. It also comes equipped with integrated USB ports to boost your connection options.

The BenQ FP241W will be available throughout Europe in September 2006, retailing for around £682.

BenQ website

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