BenQ 24" Full HD FreeSync HDR IPS Monitor
23.8" BenQ EW2480 Monitor, IPS, 1920x1080, 60Hz, 5ms, FreeSync, HDR, 20M:1, 250cd/m², HDMI
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24" BenQ IPS Entertainment Monitor with Eye-care Technology
Stunning Immersive Slim Bezel Design The BenQ EW2480 entertainment monitor is AMD FreeSync technology, G-Sync compatible and features a 23.8" Full HD 16:9 IPS display and edge-to-edge slim bezel design with three HDMI ports. Only BenQ can offer irreplaceable HDR-enhanced images with the HDRi advantage – this built-in sensor identifies ambient light levels and instantaneously assesses on-screen images. Experience stunning clarity, intelligent control and vivid colours with BenQ entertainment monitors. Plus, with premium audio from treVolo True Sound, Dual speakers supported by a subwoofer and 2.1 channel integrated sound all deliver cinematic picture quality and superior audio delivery every time no matter what you're doing as the DSP chip lets you select the appropriate audio mode for the moment, based on your content. If you want to adjust the volume or other settings you can – even from across the room. BenQ takes care of your eyes with eye-care technologies which protects you from harmful blue light emitted from your monitor.
HDRi is your Best Defense Against the Dark
Enjoy an unmatched visual experience BenQ EW2480 features a built-in sensor which detects ambient light levels and simultaneously assesses on-screen images. The sensor tweaks your display for stunning images that are truly protective on your eyes. Customized colour performance, detail contrast, and image clarity deliver mind-blowing results that draws you into your favourite movies and games.
INTELLIGENT CONTROLThe simulated e-book effect and a clear black and white reading layout provides better reading experiences.
CLARITYHDRi improves contrast and clarity and dark corners reveal what they’re hiding and bright areas are not overexposed.
VIVID COLOURSAdding refined saturation and elevated balance to images to ensure a mind-blowing colour experience.
Designed to Entertain on a Cinematic Level
BEZEL-LESS | FREESYNC | EYE-CARE These stunning BenQ entertainment monitors are built to provide users complete immersion. HDRi technology and 2.1 channel integrated sound produce cinematic picture quality and superior audio delivery. EW2480 draws you into the action for your best streaming, gaming, or viewing experience yet.
Premium Sound adds New Dimension and Depth
CUSTOM AUDIO BASED ON YOUR CONTENT BenQ is an established industry innovator. With the EW2480, BenQ turn an ear towards auditory innovation. The 2.1 channel sound and Digital Signal Processor (DSP) delivers a customizable audio experience.
CINEMAA simulated e-book effect with clear black and white reading layout delivers a better reading experience.
POP/LIVEAn infrared sensor accurately detects user’s presence and tracks desk time to suggest periodic breaks.
DIALOG/VOCALRed and green filters on the monitor help individuals with color perception deficiency distinguish colors more easily.
Your Entertainment. Your Way.
MODIFY SETTINGS FROM ACROSS YOUR ROOM BenQ EW2480 offers unbelievable versatility by allowing you to determine exactly when, where, and how you choose to binge watch your favourite programme or game. Simply alter your volume or various settings – even across the room. Hearing is believing with BenQ monitors, with treVolo True Sound you'll be able to select the appropriate audio mode for your current content via the DSP chip. Plus, Dual speakers are supported by a subwoofer for an unmatched audio experience whichever room you're relaxing in.
BenQ's Industry-leading Eye-care Technologies
EPAPER MODEA simulated e-book effect with clear black and white reading layout delivers a better reading experience.
EYE REMINDERAn infrared sensor accurately detects user’s presence and tracks desk time to suggest periodic breaks.
Color WeaknessRed and green filters on the monitor help individuals with colour perception deficiency distinguish colours more easily.
Low Blue LightFilter damaging blue light to diminish eye fatigue and irritation to enhance viewing comfort.
ZeroFlickerEliminate flickering at all brightness levels to reduce eye strain, headaches, and productivity loss.
INTELLIGENT AND GUARANTEED EYE FATIGUE PROTECTION The Brightness Intelligence Plus Sensor reads and adjusts your display's brightness and colour temperature for utmost comfortable viewing experiences. Your dream monitor reveals everything on your screen without hurting your eyes. BenQ reduces eye fatigue while ensuring greater user comfort after a long period of use and global safety authority TÜV Rheinland – certifies EW2480 Flicker-Free, and Low Blue Light as truly friendly to the human eye.
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||AMD FreeSync|
|Connectors||3 x USB 2.0|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Response Time||5 ms|
|Viewing Angle||178 (°H/°V)|
|Contrast Ratio/Dynamic Contrast Ratio||1000:1 / 20,000,000:1|
|Color Gamut||72% NTSC|
|Color Bit Depth||8-Bit (16.7M Colours)|
|Supported HDR Standards|
|Speaker Configuration||2.5W x2, Stereo|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||30 W|
|VESA||100 x 100|
|Dimensions (with stand)||537.4 x 416.7 x 186.5 (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)|
|Weight (with Stand)||3.6 kg|
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