Recently, BenQ has announced to launch a versatile and well designed display with eco-friendly settings. BenQ launches the monitor from the V-series. The monitor has a slim-line design with a range of new technology.
BenQ claims that it is the product of world class slimness. V2220 offers LED backlighting to improve energy efficiency and performance.
BenQ V2220 comes with a beautiful thin design. It has dynamic contrast ratio feature that makes it more realistic 1000:1. You can handle fast-moving video for games and movies. It offers a native resolution of 1,920 x 1080 (or 1080p) and a 16:9 aspect ratio.
The size, resolution and ratio of the LCD screen are really fantastic and appreciating. BenQ V2220 only offers D-sub and DVI inputs. BenQ V2220 comes with 24 inch model that is available with HDMI inputs.
In the product details, www.benq.com writes about the monitor, “LED backlighting offers significant advantages over the CCFL technology used in older LCD monitors. These advantages encompass not only performance metrics such as higher dynamic contrast, no light leakage and flicker-free, but also environmental factors, like a manufacturing process and disposal that produces fewer pollutants.”
Further it writes, “The world’s slimmest LED monitor With its cutting-edge LED-backlight technology, BenQ has created the world’s slimmest 21.5”W LED monitor. Sleekly styled and delivering extraordinary picture quality, the V2220/V2220H offer 16:9 Full HD, and world’s high dynamic contrast ration of 10,000,000:1. With the BenQ V2220/V2220H, things are certainly lookin’ great!”
Key Specifications of BenQ V2220:
21.5"W LED-backlight LCD Size
Glossy Black Color
409.8x230.4 (mm) Display Area
HDCP with senseye 3
17 languages K Locker
-5~15 Power Saving Mode
3.3 kg Weight
16:9 Senseye® Human Vision Technology
25W Power Consumption in On Mode
205 (MHz) Video Bandwidth
50 - 76 (Hz) Vertical Frequency
30 - 83 (KHz) Horizontal Frequency
BenQ V2220 is being known as the world’s slimmest LCD monitor. It is the biggest news in the TV products just like Sky Digital TV.