"The V2400W is inspired by the B2 stealth bomber, evoking a sense of mystery, awe and the elite" said Manfred Wang, Director of the BenQ Lifestyle Design Center.
"In addition, the display's asymmetry exemplifies our new design philosophy," continued Wang. "One is captivated by its suspended energy, expecting the screen to tilt. But it stands still, as if time were frozen and the movement paused."
Torque and friction between the metallic parts of the hinge were precisely calculated so that the right-sided stand can safely support the 24" widescreen and also provide the flexibility to adjust viewing angles. An overall mirror-black finish highlights the monitor’s premium status.
Exquisitely slim, the V2400W is only 2.44 inches at its thickest point, making it the world’s thinnest 24" widescreen LCD – more than 21% slimmer than the next thinnest LCD monitor…even at the V2400W’s thickest point. A subtle blue LED and slick touch controls elegantly accent the V2400W.
BenQ V2400W 24-inch LCD display released
Posted on Monday, Mar 17 2008 @ 18:30 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
BenQ released a new slim 24" LCD display, their new V2400W is only 2.44" at its thickest point. The V2400W display has a 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution, 250cm/m² brightness, a typical contrast ratio of 1,000:1, 4,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 5ms response time (2ms grey-to-grey) and a 160-degree viewing angle. The display has VGA, DVI-D and HDMI inputs.