BenQ Launches Two New LCD Monitors — EW2430 and EW2430V

Written By Sam on 20 January 2011

While Samsung and LG claim to rule the LCD monitor world, there are other players who are smartly creating their very own niche. Viewsonic and BenQ are just a couple that have their own customer base. BenQ, in particular, has taken big strides in establishing itself in the computer peripherals market and its LCD monitor range has something for everyone. It recently announced two new LCD monitors, which, it hopes, will be enthusiastically received. One is EW2430 and the other is the EW2430V in the range of EW series Vertical Alignment (VA) LED monitors. Each model has a high contrast ratio of 3000:1, an 8 bit color panel and BenQ’s Seneye Human Vision Technology built in.

BenQ would probably be proud of its 24” 2430V model LCD monitor which has two HDMI ports, a VGA port and a DVI-D port plus four USB ports and a component jack. This is just about as complete a range of interface offerings one is likely to find anywhere. The high contrast is coupled with low light leakage making for better images with depth and definition. Movies come off well on these monitors, especially the dark scenes. Since these monitors have the ultra high dynamic contrast ratio (DCR) technology the equivalent contrast ratio would be 20,000,000:1 which gives superb color rendition and contrast with exquisite tonal gradations for life like images. 8 bit color with 16.7 M color levels give vividly saturated pictures and smooth transitions in hues and shades. It was very thoughtful of BenQ to provide the USB ports to enable connection of USB devices. The Ew2430V has an additional component input RCA jack.

There are metallic highlights on the monitors enhancing their visual appeal and elegantly sophisticated looks. The projecting appearance below the screen blends in visually while concealing dual 2W speakers.

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