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The Company BenQ has expanded its range a couple of monitors, eye-catching one curious feature.
It's called ePaper Mode. In this mode, the image becomes black and white, simulating thus the electronic paper. According to the manufacturer, this mode is suitable for reading. However, the main advantages of the electronic paper the user, of course, does not get it.
Returning to the models, they are called GL2480 and GL2780. Both are based on TN panels. In the first case the diagonal is 24 inches, second 27 inch. The resolution of both new products is 1920 x 1080 pixels, response time 1 MS, frame rate to 75 Hz. The older models are additionally equipped with stereo speakers power of 2 watts. Set of ports includes DVI, VGA, HDMI and DisplayPort (only older).
of Course, there are the usual Flicker-Free technology and Low Blue Light. There is also a mode of the Color Weakness Mode which is aimed at users with vision problems. More specifically, in this mode you can customize the display of red and green.
the Cost of new products is 150 and $ 180 for the smaller and larger models respectively. Sales start in August.
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