Benq 21.5" GW2270H VA Eye Care Monitor
An embodiment of The Bauhaus 'less is more' minimalism design philosophy, the GW2270H is a delightful complement to almost any modern space. Every aspect of its form and feature is reduced to unify simplicity and functionality into pure aesthetics. On top of it all, users get to enjoy the sheer visual pleasure and optimal eye comfort with BenQ's exclusive eye-caring technology. The GW2270H is not only a celebration of minimalist lifestyle and modern sleekness but also the gateway to everyday enjoyment for leisure and business.
Features Flicker-free Backlight for Visual Pleasure
The Flicker-free Technology eliminates flickering at all brightness levels and reduces eye fatigue effectively. Conventional LCD screens flicker at the rate of 200 times per second. Your eyes may not see the flickers but they can certainly feel them. Relieve your eyes from the uncomfortable flickering effect by switching to a BenQ Flicker-free monitor.
Better Eye Protection With Low Blue Light Modes
Every monitor produces a strain of blue spectrum light that is one of the critical causes of eye damage, eye strain, headaches and sleeping disorders. BenQ's unique Low Blue Light technology is designed to deal with the everyday problem of blue light exposure and allows healthier time spent in front of your computer. Switch to one of the four pre set Blue Light Modes and reward your eyes without having to lose the visual enjoyment.
3000:1 Native Contrast Ratio for Colour Depth and Definition
An ultra-high native contrast of 3000:1, which is three times that of general panels, adds astonishing colour depth and definition to darkened, complex images with the greatest subtlety and clarity. With a native contrast ratio this high, you can expect an infinite dynamic contrast ratio that far exceeds your expectations.
True 8-bit Colour Performance
An 8-bit VA panel delivers smoother and more stable colour transitions by rendering a total of 16.7 million colour shades simultaneously. A 6-bit panel with Advanced Frame Rate Control (AFRC) requires interpolation to display the same number of colours as a true 8-bit panel does.
178°/178° Wide-Viewing Angles
VA panels bring truly authentic colours and ultra sharp details from left, right, above and below to your eyes with a wide-viewing angle of 178 degrees/178 degrees. Viewing, as you know it, will never be the same again.
HDMI Multimedia Interface
The latest HDMI high-speed multimedia interface makes these monitors incredibly convenient to use - now you can enjoy digital entertainment effortlessly even with additional multimedia equipment in the future.
|Edition||GW2270H Eye Care|
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Response Time||5 ms|
|Viewing Angle||178/178 (°H/°V)|
|Contrast Ratio/DCR||3000 : 1 / 20M : 1|
|Color Bit Depth||8-Bit (16.7M Colors)|
|Supported HDR Standards|
|Power Usage (Switched on)|
|VESA||100 x 100|
|Dimensions (with stand)|
|Dimensions (without stand)|
|Weight (with Stand)||3.4 kg|
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