BenQ VA LED monitors for photographer use launched and priced

Ben Q VA LED monitor is said to be the next phase of development for PC monitors

Taiwanese producer of monitor BenQ has recently launched in the Philippines its new monitors, the BenQ VA LED monitors, which the company claims to be the “next generation” display. The new monitors boasts of a new display technology that provides clear whites and blacks and are recommended for photographer’s use. They also very suitable for movie watching and document reading or processing.

The “VA” in the name of the new monitor stands for “Vertical Alignment” display technology, which provides several advantages versus conventional panel or TN (Twisted Nematic) display technology.
It features a high native contrast ratio of 5,000:1; true 8 bit color; 178/178 wider viewing angle; and true blacks and minimize light leakage.

It has better color depth that makes for a smoother display and an 8 bit display panel enables transitions between adjacent colors to be smoother and more naturally layered, according to Eric Wei, BenQ country manager for Asia Pacific.

The new BenQ VA LED monitors are available with display sizes from 21.5″ to 27″ with suggested retail prices of P8,999 (for the 24″) and P7,999 (for the 21.5″).

BenQ started as an OEM company, but eventually produced its own brand of products. It focused on a branded “digital lifestyle” products, which include the popular BenQ monitors.