BenQ has created the first 24-inch QHD desktop monitor
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BenQ has created the first 24-inch QHD desktop monitor

BenQ is the first company that has released QHD desktop monitor smaller than 27 inches of revolutionary 2560 x 1440-pixel resolution. To be more specific, BL2420PT monitor by BenQ is 23.8-inch bias, weighing 7 kg. Such parameters exactly for desktop monitors are a real rarity; usually, they are found in laptops and smartphones. The reason why 2560 x 1440-pixel resolution for desktop monitors is called revolutionary is that it could not be found in smaller than 27 inch devices before. Today, BenQ has made this resolution accessible for 24-inch gadgets.

BL2420PT LED monitor has AHVA panel by AUO, although it is often confused with IPS one because of much the same attributes. Being on, it consumes 28 W; when it is off – 0.3 W. It provides 123.41 PPI density and 0.205 mm dot pitch that contributes to output images of high resolution. Response time of the panel amounts to 5 msec; its vertical and horizontal viewing angles are of 178 degrees with 300 cd/m2brightness and 1000:1 native contrast. QHD resolution provides with more working area by 77 percent comparing to 1920x1080 Full HD displays. Apart from this, it possesses 8-bit color depth and occupies the whole sRGB color space.

BenQ has made the new monitor open to VESA wall mount, VGA, D-sub, DVI-DL, DisplayPort 1.2, USB 2.0 hub and HDMI 1.4 interfaces. There is a line-in jack for two 1 W speakers and a headphone jack.

BL2420PT monitor allows a user not only to enjoy 16.7 million colors of the highest precision, but view them in the position, appropriate for him/her. Regarding BenQ’s ergonomic considerations, the 24-inch QHD desktop monitor has a convenient support included. With its help, the monitor can be pivoted by 90 degrees for portrait orientation, tilted by 25 degrees and swiveled by 45 degrees to each side. Besides, the manufacture has taken care of a user’s eyesight: the monitor operates in low blue light mode and does not flicker. It enables its user to spend more time at the computer (and this monitor, correspondingly) without putting eye’s health into jeopardy.

BenQ’s BL2420PT monitor is designed for CAM/CAD, video editing, animation and graphic specialists and certified by Solidworks.

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