Today, BenQ expands their monitor lineup with the announcement of a VA (Vertical Alignment) LED panels aimed at consumers with high-regard to image quality.
The unveiling of the product is mainly focused on the difference of VA to TN (Twisted Nematic) monitors and how the former excels on bringing out the true colors of an image by using thanks to its 8-bit color impelementation.
It’s also worth noting that the BenQ VA LED monitors makes use of Native (Static) Contrast Ratio which is graded at 5000:1. With this, the company claims that these VA LED monitors produces whiter whites and blacker blacks and by minimizing light leakage. The company also adds the 178-degrees/178-degrees viewing angle to this newly launched panel’s arsenal.
The BenQ GW Series VA LED Monitors is available in two sizes, 22 and 24 inch. The 22-inch model can be had for PhP7’999.00 while the bigger one for Php8,999.