BenQ introduced on Tuesday the BenQ VA321, a 32-inch LCD TV featuring a quick 8ms response time, video tuning technology and a High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) technology.
The BenQ VA321 is HD ready, allowing full compatibility with high definition video sources. This 32-inch TV features 10-bit color processing which processes 1.07 billion colors all at once while amplifies the color refinement level and smoothes over gray scales. Furthermore, the incorporated HDTV de-interlacing is able to de-interlace any signals from SDTV to HDTV resolution in exactly the same way, thus produces crispier and clearer images.
The embedded HDMI 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.
Moreover, the BenQ VA321 also features Auto Flesh Tone Control. The human skin consists of different types of colors composed of different R, G and B levels. With Auto Flesh Control, the R, G, B levels are being adjusted according to the different types of skin colors, enabling natural colors on your TV screen.
The BenQ VA321 will be available in April and its retail price was not mentionned.