BenQ Eye-care range of ultra-slim, flicker-free monitors launched in India

December 13, 2013 8:46 AM

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BenQ Eye-care range of ultra-slim, flicker-free monitors launched in India

BenQ on Thursday launched its range of 'Eye-care' ultra slim monitors with low blue LED light mode, flicker-free backlight, super resolution, and mobile-to-big-screen mobile high definition link (MHL) connectivity.

The complete range of Eye-care monitors - which include EW2440L, EW2740L, GW2760HS, VL2040AZ - for home and entertainment purpose are priced in the range of Rs. 6,900 to Rs. 25,000.

"BenQ has eliminated flicker from monitors and have included different modes, which cut glare and significantly reduce blue LED light emissions that have shown to be detrimental to the eye," BenQ India Country Head Rajeev Singh said.

It's a matter of 'eyegonomics', which makes the range superior in terms of eye comfort and general optical health, he added.

The new product line-up is perfect for consumers seeking a compelling experience that couples superb aesthetics with flicker-free technology eliminating flickering at all brightness levels and effectively reducing eye fatigue which can cause Computer Vision Syndrome, Singh said.

Computer Vision Syndrome is a very real condition, impacting countless Indians who have little choice but to subject their eyes to the ongoing glare of a computer screen as part of the modern work day, he added.

Quoting National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH, the US) statistics, Singh said over 90 percent of the people are suffering from CVS as they spend three or more hours on computer in a single stretch.

BenQ claims the new monitors boast of a sophisticated minimalistic appeal with an ultra slim bezel, an exclusively designed and patented smartphone holder and seamless IO port integration.

It also features MHL, the next-generation HD connection, allowing audio-visual enthusiasts to connect their smartphones and gain access to a wide range of mobile content, from documents and photos to full-HD videos, Singh said.

Source: gadgets.ndtv.com

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