BenQ intros GW2760HS, eye-friendly monitor
Nowadays display panels are all about better image quality, color reproduction and lesser power consumption. However, manufacturers seem to be forgetting one crucial factor in the equation – the consumer’s eye health.
So instead of focusing on gazillion-to-one contrast ratio and other crap that most consumers don’t even know or care about, BenQ has added a set of features to their new monitor that can lessen eyesight degradation due to long exposure to computer screens.
They got these things like Senseye® Reading Mode and Automatic Eye-Protect Sensor that intelligently adjusts the display panel’s brightness to optimize clarity and eye comfort. But the most important aspect of their new monitors is its “De-flickering Backlight Circuit Controller” which eliminates monitor flickers that causes eye fatigue and other eye problems.
BenQ GW2760HS specs:
27-inch LED backlit AMVA display
1920×1080 screen resolution
De-flickering Backlight Circuit Controller
16:9 Aspect Ratio
3000:1 Contrast Ratio
1x HDMI, 1x VGA, 1x DVI
Unfortunately, we didn’t get any info on when the 27-inch Widescreen BenQ GW2760HS will be available in the local market or its SRP when it does hit the shelves. However, they did promise that they’ll let us know about the details as soon they can.