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World’s first fully HD compatible LCD Monitor

by Nick Haywood on 7 June 2006, 14:13

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It's the first LCD, 1080p HDMI input monitor

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BenQ have developed the world’s first true HD LCD monitor, equipped with an HDMI interface for 1080p input signal.

The FP241W LCD monitor has a 24” screen with a native resolution of 1920x1200. Response times are low with GTG at 6ms and on/off at 16ms. For the techie guys, you’ve got DVI-D, D-Sub, Composite, Component, S Video and HDMI inputs as well as 3 USB ports.

It also features AMA and Senseye technology… whatever the hell that means seeing as the very nice chap showing me the screen didn’t know. But he could tell me that it has a 300cd per square meter and an 800:1 contrast ratio. Which was nice.


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You'll never take my CRT.

One good thing about this LCD obsession is I just picked up a 22inch Dell P1130 for £60 on eBay :rockon: and I'll probably buy another next week. Dual heading 22inch screens for the price of a bad 17" LCD.

I think it'll be a while before nI'm an LCD convert.
Looks like I have just found my new monitor :D
No mention of HDCP…
Was my thought….thought HDMI had HDCP as industry standard now? At least on normal HDTVs?
Tell you what, copy protection's just a pain in the behind…:(