03.09.2004 12:00 PM
BenQ debuts 17” LCD monitor with 12ms response time

BenQ's FP767-12 LCD monitor

BenQ has introduced its 17-inch LCD monitor, the first of the company’s products to feature a 12ms response time that supports video and gaming applications that require response time comparable to CRT monitors.

The FP767-12 LCD monitor can support a display frequency of 83Hz (1/0.012) and supports the 75Hz working frequency of VGA cards as well as targeted applications. The fast 12ms response time provides fluid video and other visual effects and reduces ghosting and jagged pixel effects.

Other features include a pixel pitch of 0.264mm, 500:1 contrast ratio and a brightness of 300 cd/m2 for photo realistic images, resolution of 1280 x 1024, a D-sub input connector and built-in speaker in a black/silver frame. For more info: www.benq.com.

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