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Tuesday, October 24, 2006
BenQ Unveils Full HD Compatible LCD TV


BenQ today expands its LCD TV lineup with the BenQ VL3735 (37") and PH4281 (42") LCD TV, featuring full 1080p HD, HDMI interface and BenQ?s proprietary Senseye technology.

Both the VL3735 and PH4281 support full HD 1920x1080 compatibility with high definition video sources, providing a finer and better picture quality as the pixel pitch of full-HD is smaller than that of WXGA (1366x768) resolution. The VL3735 and PH4281 also have a 1:1 ratio with full HD display.

The BenQ VL3735 and PH4281 feature BenQ's proprietary Senseye digital-enhancement technology which automatically and dynamically improves image quality, adjusts brightness and darkness levels, performs color-mapping procedures, and reduces jagged edges on images.

In addition, the embedded HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) technology combines uncompressed high-definition video, multi-channel audio and intelligent format and command data in a single digital interface and offers significant advantages over analog A/V connections, including the ability to transmit uncompressed digital video and audio content.

The BenQ LCD TV VL3735 and PH4281 come outfitted with Sensi-Light Sensor, a special (energy-saving) feature that automatically adjusts the backlight for a more comfortable viewing experience. It automatically detects the connection source in order to let the users choose from the inputs available. In addition, AV connectors have been designed sideways of the LCD TV, enabling easy switching and connecting to other devices for various applications. The embedded swivel allows users to turn the screen up to 15 degrees to provide the best possible viewing angle.


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