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BenQ BL2411PT 24" LED Monitor with IPS Panel

24" BenQ BL2411PT Monitor, IPS Panel, 1920x1200, 5ms, 300cd/m², Speakers, D-Sub/DP/DVI, Black

BenQ
Scan code: LN53236 Manufacturer code: BL2411PT Request call
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Product Overview Featuring 16:10 widescreen aspect ratio, 100% sRGB, flicker-free technology, Senseye® Reading Mode and Eye Protect Sensor, the BL2411PT is tailor made is tailor made to meet the exceptional screen performance and superb user experience. Features A Win-Win Decision for Mutual Benefits
Designed for business environments, the BenQ BL2411PT of professional monitors is an essential part of your solutions to minimize total cost of ownership and maximize staff productivity – a win-win decision for the benefits of all.

Rich Colors with 100% sRGB Color Reproduction
For viewing videos from HD camcorders or photos on digital cameras, the monitor reproduces 100% sRGB color to deliver authentic, natural visuals that match the color details of the original source perfectly.

16:10 Wide Aspect Ratio
16:10 widescreen aspect ratio offers 1920x1200 maximum resolution and the ease of viewing documents and working in multiple windows with minimized scrolling and toggling between applications.
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
36 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
15 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
BENQ
Telephone:
0207 216 0039
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BenQ BL2411PT 24" LED Monitor with IPS Panel
BenQ BL2411PT 24" LED Monitor with IPS Panel