BenQ FP241W Z 24 inch LCD Monitor £499 inc VAT (Free Delivery) - HotUKDeals
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The BenQ FP241W Z is the world's first LCD monitor to incorporate PerfectMotionTechnology. PerfectMotion heralds a new era for LCD monitors by eliminating ghosting and motion blur around the screen edgesfor a clearly superior viewing experience with all types of video content. Furthermore, the FP241W Z's use of HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) means support for video resolutions up to 1080p HD. Now, without setting foot outside your front door, you can enjoy the very latest digital contentlike music, movies, photos, and televisionwithout compromises to quality. Moreover, Senseye technology combined with high contrast ratios not only allows the FP241W Z to display static images with exquisite clarity, but also ensure video playback that will satisfy the most discriminating viewer. The FP241W Z can serve not only as a personal digital entertainment centre, but as the centrepiece in your digital lifestyle.

BenQ's exclusive PerfectMotion Technology accelerates the rotational speed of liquid crystals in the screen panel by increasing the voltage, making it possible to shorten the grey-to-grey response time. This is enough to effectively most ghosting effects in video displayed on LCD monitors. However, even if this response time is reduced to zero, in highly dynamic video, motion blur around screen edges will still occur. PerfectMotion inserts a black signal image between two consecutive screen images. The human visual system automatically combines each screen image with the all-black field during the transition between two images, with ghosting artifacts cloaked by the black screen image. With PerfectMotion Technology present, the intervening black frame largely, or even completely, cancels out the blur effect. Therefore, the grey area that was originally perceived without PerfectMotion present is diminished so that the viewer no longer sees the ghosting effect.

LCD Size - 24"
Resolution (max.) - 1920x1200
Pixel pitch - 0,270 mm
Colours - 16.7 million
Horizontal Frequency (Max) KHz - 30 - 81
Vertical Frequency (Max)Hz - 50 - 76
Video Bandwidth (MHz) - 25 - 165
Viewing angle (L/R;U/D) (CR>=5) - 178/178
Display Area - 518.4 x 324.0 (mm)
Contrast - 1000:1
Brightness - 500cd/m2
Response time (tr/tf) - 16ms, 6ms GTG
Colour temperature - Reddish/sRGB/Bluish +user mode
Input connector - D-Sub/DVI-D/S-Video/Composite/ component /HDMI
Power Consumption (Max) - <95W
Power Supply - Built-in
Net Weight - 10,6 kg
Gross Weight - 14.2 kg
Dimensions (HxWxD) - 567x474.2x248 mm
Dimensions (HXWXD) with LCD mount - 567x367x81.8 mm
Speaker - No
USB - Yes (2)
Swivel - Yes
Pivot - Yes

- minimalista

AWARDS & REVIEWS

13-03-2007, PC Plus - Performance Award
March's issue of PC Plus gave the BenQ FP241WZ it's fantastic 'Performance Award'
the PerfectMotion.... "makes a suprising difference to quality, especially when playing back HD resolution video"

31-01-2007, Macworld "Display of the Year 2006"

- minimalista
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#1
Welcome to HotUKDeals minimalista!
#2
Some specs:

Display

Monitor
24 ins

Screen Type
16.7 million Colours

Resolution (Maximum)
1920 x 1200

Pixel Pitch
0.270 mm

Brightness
500 cd/m2

View Angle
178 °(Horizontal - Max) x 178 °(Vertical - Max)

Contrast Ratio
1000:1 (Static)

Response time
16 ms

VGA In
1 x 15-pin D-sub

Digital In
DVI-D, HDMI

S-Video in
1

Video Component In
1

Video Composite In
1

USB Ports
2 x USB
Sound

Power Consumption
<95 W(Max) /

Dimensions
56.7 cm(W) x 24.8 cm(D) x 47.42 cm(H) - Weight 14.2 kg
#3
Voted cold considering there is a well reviewed 24 incher available from overclockers for more than £200 less
#4
yea but this is BenQ FP241W Z :P
It is one of the best...
#5
'Response time 16 ms' and 'eliminating ghosting and motion blur'

should not even be in the same sentence, don't waste £400 on a 24 inch monitor, just buy a tv and use that as a monitor, this monitor is proper tosh
#6
tuckeral
Voted cold considering there is a well reviewed 24 incher available from overclockers for more than £200 less


Err this has a far better panel. If you're trying to say the GMA one (with its subpar build quality) is on par with this then you are mad :whistling: .
#7
Franco
'Response time 16 ms' and 'eliminating ghosting and motion blur'

should not even be in the same sentence, don't waste £400 on a 24 inch monitor, just buy a tv and use that as a monitor, this monitor is proper tosh


Ahahaha, so funny it's untrue. This is arguably the best 24" monitor around. Just read some reviews and you'll see.

I had the non-Z version of this for a while, and it was super great.
#8
patmoore
Ahahaha, so funny it's untrue. This is arguably the best 24" monitor around. Just read some reviews and you'll see.

I had the non-Z version of this for a while, and it was super great.


Too many people think lower price is better for every item possible. Buy a poorly built LCD for £200-£250 or buy a 2407WFP-HC with 4 years onsite and 0 pixel guarantee for £400 with a far higher colour range and better build quality, or go for a LG or this bad boy. It's like those cheapo LCD TVs, most of them are awful in quality. Put a GMA, Acer, 2407WFP-HC, LG and this side by side, and the GMA and Acer will show its "true colours"
#9
Couldn't agree more my horse eating pistachio monitor comrade.

I now have a new 22" LG, it's cracking, even if it cost me £75 more than a bog standard cheapo 22".

Although being fair, some people want the big screen and since they can't afford the additional money they go cheaper. Nothing wrong with that, everyone does that for something or other.

It's the people that buy something cheap and proclaim it's the same or better than something more expensive (relatively or not) when it clearly isn't, which makes me laugh.
#10
Franco
'Response time 16 ms' and 'eliminating ghosting and motion blur'

should not even be in the same sentence, don't waste £400 on a 24 inch monitor, just buy a tv and use that as a monitor, this monitor is proper tosh


show me where you can get a 24" TV that can run 1920x1200 res :whistling:

BTW this monitor has HDMI, so it can be used with a Sky HD Box :thumbsup:
#11
patmoore
Couldn't agree more my horse eating pistachio monitor comrade.

I now have a new 22" LG, it's cracking, even if it cost me £75 more than a bog standard cheapo 22".

Although being fair, some people want the big screen and since they can't afford the additional money they go cheaper. Nothing wrong with that, everyone does that for something or other.

It's the people that buy something cheap and proclaim it's the same or better than something more expensive (relatively or not) when it clearly isn't, which makes me laugh.


Yeah, it's quite funny. I've had a GMA (my friend who isnt into tech like me but wanted a big screen) next to my 2407WFP-HC and if anyone thinks the GMA is on par, they need their eyes tested.
#12
Franco
'Response time 16 ms' and 'eliminating ghosting and motion blur'

should not even be in the same sentence, don't waste £400 on a 24 inch monitor, just buy a tv and use that as a monitor, this monitor is proper tosh


"Response time (tr/tf)
16ms
6ms GTG"
:P
#13
btw I have this monitor for PS3 (HDMI) and MacBook Pro...
It's great... :)

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