BenQ launches 20'' LCD display with 8ms response time

Posted on Monday, September 19 2005 @ 12:56 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
BenQ unveiled the 20-inch widescreen FP202W LCD display, claiming it is world's fast 20" display. The FP202W has a response time of 8ms and offers a 1680 x 1050 resolution with a 600:1 contrast ratio.

The featured wide-screen design of 43cm in screen width allows the user to display and comfortably read two pages of text side-by-side. At the same time, this format preserves the display of content such as DVD movies and games in their original format without cropping or compression.

The simple, refreshing look of BenQ FP202W makes it a perfect complement to any home or office d├ęcor. The new monitor features a narrow bezel designed to save space when placed on a desk or table, and also keeps the focus on the content displayed on-screen The BenQ FP202W incorporates a friendly user interface, including a hotkey that allows instant switching between analog and digital signal inputs.

  • 20" wide-screen
  • 8ms Response Time
  • 1680x1050 Resolution
  • 600:1 contrast ratio
  • Input Hot Key- One Touch Switch between D-Sub and DVI
  • Key for quick image auto adjusting.
  • Dual input for both D-Sub and DVI-D single
  • PC and Mac compatible
  • VESA wall mounting compatible

    The BenQ FP202W features BenQ's proprietary "Senseye" digital-enhancement technology that automatically and dynamically improves image quality, adjusts brightness and darkness levels, performs color mapping procedures, and reduces jagged edges on images. Senseye uses the YUV Domain Engine to handle brightness(Y) and color (UV) separately and allows you do adjust color to your preference without any aberration. Senseye also keeps images clear and sharp by processing still and moving images separately and eliminating all source signal noise out.

    The BenQ FP202W will be available worldwide in Q4 2005.

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