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Product OverviewProfessional Monitors Engineered for Design Precision The BL2420PT boasts a 23.8'W 2560x1440 quarter-high-definition (QHD) display built with BenQ's advanced IPS technology, providing professionals in CAD/CAM, animation, video editing and graphic arts ultra-precise color rendition and over 77% working space to enhance their work efficiency and productivity.
23.8"W QHD Monitor The BL2420PT boasts a 23.8'W 2560x1440 quarter-high-definition (QHD) display built with BenQ's advanced IPS technology, providing professionals in CAD/CAM, animation, video editing and graphic arts ultra-precise color rendition and over 77% working space to enhance their work efficiency and productivity.
100% sRGB with IPS Technology Every color is delivered with the finest precision in every detail and at every possible viewing angle for a great viewing experience. With a 8-bit panel that renders more than 16.7 million hues, every image is displayed with the richest, liveliest colors.
• 178°/178° Ultra-Wide-Viewing Angles: For a faithful visual display of truly authentic colors and details from virtually any perspective – left, right, above and below. • 100% sRGB with Ultra-Vivid IPS Technology: For images that exceed the color performance of standard 72% NTSC monitors with exceptionally rich hues and vibrant tones. • Color Shift-Free Display: For the most consistent color definition with reduced visibility of color shift between normal and oblique viewing angles.
Desktop Partition With the aid of BenQ’s Display Pilot software can be displayed at once with your desired proportions to enable better multitasking. *Display Pilot Software and Windows OS required
BenQ Display Pilot Software The Display Pilot software is a total solution package for designers seeking to customize their display. You can assign specific color modes to frequently used software applications on your computer with Application Tuning, and Display Pilot software will automatically apply the preset color mode to the matching software application in use. Other features that can also be accessed through Display Pilot include Auto Pivot, Desktop Partition, PIP/PBP and other OSD settings such as brightness adjustments. *Windows OS required
Ergo Monitor – HAS An extensive range of monitor adjustments – height, tilt, pivot, stroke and swivel – tailor your own unique working station that is best suited for your height and viewing habits with a maximum 150mm distance between the screen bottom and the base.
Auto-Pivot Auto Pivot detects the movement of the monitor and dynamically rotates the contents displayed for flexible landscape or vertical viewing without utilizing Windows or graphic card settings. *Display Pilot Software required
BenQ Proprietary Flicker-free Technology The BL Series are newly upgraded with the incorporation of BenQ’s proprietary Flicker-free Technology to eliminate backlight flickering at all brightness levels and effectively reduce eye fatigue. Conventional LCD screens flickers 200 times per second. The flickers may not be detectable by your eyes but they can certainly feel the flickering. So it is important to relieve your eyes from the stress caused by a flickering screen – and keep them nice and fresh when you are working on new designs.
Exclusive Low Blue Light Modes Every monitor produces a strain of blue spectrum light that is harmful to the human eye, with the possibility of leading to eye damage, eyestrain, headaches and sleeping disorders. To reduce blue light exposure and allow a healthier time spent in front of the computer, BenQ introduces four preset Low Blue Light Modes via its exclusive Low Blue Light technology. Accessible from the OSD hot key, the Low Blue Light Modes include:
• Multimedia Mode (30% Blue Light Reduction) to maintain the highest image quality and sufficient blue light reduction while displaying photos, videos, animation and other media. • Web-surfing Mode (50% Blue Light Reduction) to optimize the experience of reading webpages containi • Office Mode (60% Blue Light Reduction) to ensure better eye health and comfort while boosting productivity for word processing, emailing and other everyday office tasks. • Reading Mode (70% Blue Light Reduction) to simulate the look of real paper for ebooks, long documents, or any other type of reading material that requires the user’s full attention for long periods of time Features
• 24 inch 2560x1440 QHD resolution. • 100% sRGB and REC 709 color space with IPS technology. • CAD/CAM mode and Animation mode enable the detailed and precise design. • Display Pilot software for customized monitor setting. • Flicker-free and Low Blue Light Mode.
Adaptive Frame-rate Technology
1 x D-Sub (VGA)
1 x DisplayPort v1.2
1 x HDMI v1.4
1 x Headphone
20M : 1
100% sRGB color gamut
Color Bit Depth
8-Bit (16.7M Colors)
1W x2, Stereo
Power Usage (Switched on)
100 x 100
Dimensions (with stand)
339 x 563 x 72 (WxHxD)
Dimensions (without stand)
Weight (with Stand)
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