BenQ today announces a new line-up of its LCD monitors, featuring 24-inch FP241WZ, FP241VW and 19-inch FP94VW aimed at the gamer audience.
As the official display partner to gaming conventions WCG (World Cyber
Games) 2006 Japan Tournament, CPL (Cyberathlete Professional League) Winter
Championship in the US and 2006 NGL Gaming League at the Games Convention in
Germany, BenQ?s LCD monitors ? featuring AMA Z and HDMI technology, will be used
in all competitions respectively, setting a new gaming standard worldwide.
Moreover, BenQ?s latest LCD monitors FP241WZ, FP241VW and FP94VW also feature
gaming modes such as racing and action to meet the demanding standard of
professional gamers? need for speed.
BenQ?s AMA Z dynamic video processing technology eliminates ghosting and motion blur around the screen edges. AMA Z
technology uses two steps to effectively counter ghosting problems. The first step
is to reduce the gray-to-gray response time using AMA technology, and the second
step is to eliminate the artifacts present on hold-type displays due to the human
visual system?s smooth pursuit tracking by inserting a black frame between each
motion frame. This results in a clearly superior viewing experience with all types
of video content.
In addition, HDMI (High-Definition Multi-media Interface) technology means full
support of video resolutions up to 1080p HD enabling users to enjoy lifelike video
through game consoles as PS2 and Xbox and HD DVD players. HDMI technology combines
uncompressed high-definition video, multi-channel audio and intelligent format and
command data in a single digital interface, including the ability to transmit
uncompressed digital video and audio content, ensuring the best quality video and
audio performance possible in the gamer arena.