BenQ 21.5" GL2250 Full HD LED PC Monitor/Display with TN Panel
Whether you're catching up on the latest show on the Internet or viewing documents, the BenQ GL2250 LED monitor is the perfect choice for you in style! Featuring a dynamic ratio of 12M:1, Senseye Human Vision Technology, 5ms response time and DVI connector, this 21.5"W 16:9 LED monitor delivers every image detail with the best viewing quality.
Brilliant Image Quality: LED Leads the Way
LED backlighting offers significant advantages over the CCFL technology used in older LCD monitors. These advantages encompass not only performance metrics such as higher dynamic contrast, no light leakage and flicker-free, but also environmental factors, like a manufacturing process and disposal that produces fewer pollutants.
12M:1 Ultra High Dynamic Contrast for Depth and Definition
The GL2250 comes with an ultra-high dynamic contrast ratio of 12M:1 to add color depth and definition to darkened and complex motion pictures, so that everything you see, from the brightest white to the darkest black, is perfectly rendered to deliver the clearest, smoothest picture performance during movies and video games.
Full HD 1080p 16:9 Visual Perfection
The BenQ GL2250 supports the Full HD 1080p with 16:9 aspect ratio - allowing the subtlest details to stand out with richer, more realistic colors, making your viewing experience even more absorbing.
Superior Response Time
Enjoy high dynamic videos without ghosting or other artifacts with 5ms response time.
Senseye® 3 Visual Solution to Your Everyday Viewing Needs
Experience the truest colors of the world with the BenQ Senseye® Human Vision Technology. With the help of its six proprietary calibration techniques, Senseye® 3 delivers only the best viewing quality in each of its six pre-set viewing modes –Standard, Movie, Game, Photo, sRGB, and Eco – with the Eco Mode especially designed to save power and money.
Save energy to save up
Energy-efficient panel provides greater power saving by 14.3%* when speakers are on, in comparison with G2222HD.
Win 7 Compatible
The GL2250 has passed Windows® 7 certification and are fully compatible with Windows® 7 color systems. Plug in the GL2250 to your computer, and Windows 7 will recognize it instantly, making setup and connection effortless.
ecoFACTS can tell you how eco-friendly BenQ products are!
Development of eco-friendly products, BenQ doesn't just want to comply with green regulations passively, but also to actively develop eco-friendly products!
ecoFACTS declares BenQ's greatest efforts on the replacement of hazardous substances, material selection, packaging design, energy-saving design and other aspects of the products.
• Mercury-free LCD-backlit display.
• BFR/PVC-free casing plastics.
• Eco-friendly ink printing in packaging.
Energy Star Qualified
The GL2250 complies with the requirement of ENERGY STAR® Program for Computer Monitors, Version 5.0. Now you can enjoy saving energy and money as well as keeping the Earth lookin' great! Features • 12,000,000:1 contrast ratio.
• Full HD 1080p Visual Perfection.
• Senseye® Human Vision Technology.
• 16:9 Aspect Ratio.
• Energy Star Qualified.
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Response Time||2 ms|
|Viewing Angle||170/160 (°H/°V)|
|Contrast Ratio/DCR||1000:1 / 12M:1|
|Color Bit Depth||8-Bit (16.7M Colors)|
|Supported HDR Standards|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||24 W|
|VESA||100 x 100|
|Dimensions (with stand)||524.69 x 399.9 x 173.9 (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)||524.69 x 319.79 x 60.5 (WxHxD)|
|Weight (with Stand)||3.7 kg|
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