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Thursday, April 13, 2006
BenQ introduces new FP93G/FP73G LCD Monitor


BenQ introduces its two new LCD monitors: the BenQ FP93G and FP73G. Both monitors feature a slim bezel design, a 6ms response time, a high contrast ratio of 700:1 and D-Sub/ DVI dual input.

The new BenQ 17-inch FP73G LCD Monitor offers users an optimum viewing space with its narrow 12mm side bezel design while the new 19-inch FP93G LCD monitor also features an all-around width of just 13 mm. The narrow bezel allows the distance between images to shrink to a mere 24 mm/26 mm when multiple displays are placed side-by-side, yielding greater productivity.

The BenQ FP73G and FP93G offer a 6ms response time which ensures better performance of video playback and produce flawless fast-moving action scenes with no ghosting or quirks. Apart from their ultra-fast response time, the two monitors also feature a high contrast ratio of 700:1 and a brightness of 300 cd/m2.

Furthermore, the FP93G and FP73G BenQ LCD Monitors are equipped with both traditional D-Sub and next-generation DVI input support. Both BenQ LCD monitors also come with iKey Auto-calibration, VESA standard wall mount and cable management.

Both LCDs will enter the market in March.


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