updated 07:50 pm EDT, Thu March 18, 2010
Three new BenQ 24-inch 1080p LCDs due in April
BenQ has introduced three new LED-backlit LCD monitors this week, including the widescreen V2410T and V2410B, which succeed the V2400 Eco LED Monitor and the E2420HDB. All sport 24-inch screens, and the sole difference between the former pair is their aesthetics. The two otherwise share the same height-adjustable stands, native 1080p resolution and a 5ms response time.
The E2420HDB foregoes an LED panel but retains native 1080p resolution. It is rated at 300 lumens of brightness, a 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and a 5ms response time.
The three have the same Senseye image enhancement settings for different applications, along with display mode hotkeys that can play back images with aspect ratios other than 16:9.
The V2410T will be priced at $319 and the V2410B at $279 when they are released next month in Europe and China. The E2420HDB will cost $195 when it launches in China in April. If and when BenQ will bring these monitors to North America is unknown.