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BenQ Shows First HD HDMI Monitors

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Steve Dougherty | Jul 26, 2006 at 09:33 pm CDT (0 mins, 44 secs reading time)

BenQ have just recently introduced what are believed to be the first HDMI equpped LCD monitors. The FP241W and FP241WZ should be a multimedia aficionado's paradise. They both sport massive 24in screens with 1920 x 1200 native resolutions to support 1080p playback, have brightness's of 500cd/m2 and contrast ratios of 1000:1 but most importantly HDMI.

More details over at Trusted Reviews folks.



For those (still) not in the know, HDMI is the digital audio/video interface which will be used to carry full uncompressed High Definition content. It is backwards compatible with DVI-D and should be fundamental to any HD fanatic's upgrade path (for a full run down check out Riyad's extensive guide here). Naturally the two models also have S-Video, Composite and Component connections. They weigh an identical 10.6Kg, measure 567 x 248 x 474.2mm, incorporate lightening quick 6ms response times too and wide 178 degrees viewing angles.


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