BenQ FP93G X 19-inch LCD display with 2ms response time

Posted on Friday, November 11 2005 @ 0:56 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Manufacturers of LCD displays continuously race to deliver faster and faster displays and today BenQ tries to take the lead in the 19-inch LCD monitor market by launching the BenQ FP93G X. The company claims this display manages to match the performance of CRT monitors with its ultra-fast response times.

The company claims this is world's fastest 19" LCD display, featuring an ultra-fast 2ms gray-to-gray response time. The FP93G X's bezel is only 13mm thick and the panel features a contrast ratio of 700:1. However, I'm not sure BenQ's claim is correct. Almost two weeks ago ViewSonic already launched their 19-inch LCD display with 2ms response time so BenQ isn't the first.

"With a 2ms gray-to-gray response time, the LCD monitor is no longer a factor in limiting the clarity of the most demanding multimedia applications," said Thomas Han, vice president of displays for BenQ America.

BenQ explains the FP93G X employs Advanced Motion Accelerator (AMA) technology that accelerates the twisting speed of liquid crystal by increasing the voltage and making it possible to shorten the GTG response time to 2ms. With this technological breakthrough, the FP93G X's performance is similar to that of the CRT monitor, enabling clearer, sharper images with no lagging and image blurring when playing PC games or watching videos. Lets wait until the first reviews of this display to see if BenQ's claims are correct.

  • 19" LCD Monitor
  • 2ms GTG Response Time
  • 1280x1024 Max. Resolution
  • 700:1 contrast ratio
  • 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 FP93G X will be available in January 2006 for $419.

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