BenQ announced the VW2420H (24-inch) and VW2220H (21.5-inch) 16:9 Full HD Vertical Alignment LED-backlit LCD monitors. With a wider viewing angle at 178°/178°, True 3,000:1 Native Contrast Ratio and BenQ's proprietary Senseye® Human Vision Technology all on a true 8-bit panel, these Vertical Alignment (VA) LED monitors significantly enhances the viewing pleasure for all.
All “H” designated models include HDMI 1.3 and a headphone jack in addition to DVI and D-sub.
VA LED-based panels has better color reproduction, an ultra high contrast ratio, display blacks more accurately because of its capability to produce true black with zero bright dot (ZBD) and able to minimize light leakage. To display blacks more accurately means these VA LED-based panels have better contrast and detail in dark-coloured movie scenes. VA panels are also known to have a wider viewing angle (178°/178°) compared to a regular Twisted Nematic (TN) panel before notable brightness and colour shifts, so your monitor can be shared across the room with more people, with more angles, more fun.
Aiming at consumers with a sophisticated taste and those who yearn for a stylish lifestyle, the VW series adopts the same design from BenQ's award winning V Series monitors (2010 iF Design Award) with a change of a gold metal ring at base, carrying forth the smooth contours and clean lines complemented by the lacquer finish.
The VW Series is further enhanced by BenQ's proprietary Senseye® Human Vision Technology, producing fuller, richer, clearer and more detailed images, even for the darkest scenes. Senseye 3's six preset modes give users the luxury of one-touch optimization for the most popular applications: Game, Movie, sRGB, Standard, Photo, and Eco modes. Today's on-demand consumer will likewise appreciate the VW Series' ability to instantly display content when powered up, another benefit of LED over CCFL technology. Moreover, BenQ's sRGB colour consistency on a true 8-bit panel (16.7M colour panel) allows users to have a convenient way to get consistent colours. Be confident that the colours shown on screen are the colours to be printed.