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Thursday, 06 December 2007 13:26

BenQ launches new X-series LCDs

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The Way It's Meant To Be Seen

 

BenQ has announced a new series of LCDs that targets the gaming market. The new X-series will include four different models, ranging from 19 to 22-inches in size.

All four come with a black casing and features like Senseye+game, six different display modes, PerfectMotion and much more. All four also include 8ms MPRT (motion picture response time) and have support for HDMI. Two of the smaller ones, the 19in X900 and 19in wide X900W will feature a 800:1 contrast ratio, while the bigger brothers, the 20in X2000W and 22in X2200W, come with a 1,000:1 contrast ratio.

The 20 and 22in models will be available in Asia and Europe. The X900 is only for the European market, while X900W will only hit the U.S. and China. Pricing is yet to be announced. You can find more info about these new screens here.

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