Taiwan’s Benq has unveiled its new V series of LCD monitors in the United States, announcing the 21.5-inch V2220H and 24-inch V2420H will be available from retailers this month. Although the company didn’t announce any pricing information—that would just be too simple—they are touting a few of the new panels’ specs, including a total depth of just 15mm, HDMI 1.3 connectivity, and an “unrivaled” dynamic contrast ratio of 10 million to 1.
Both displays feature LED backlighting and offer 250 nits of brightness; the displays also feature BenQ’s proprietary SensEye technology with six preset modes to give the best presentation to games, movies, everyday computing, and more—SensEye also features an “Eco” mode for darker environments that can reduce energy consumption by almost two thirds without sacrificing image quality. SensEye also dynamically alters contrast, brightness, and backlighting to match the current viewing environment.
The displays also feature DVI and D-Sub inputs, along with a headphone jack, and are mercury-free with Energy Star 5, RoHS, and EuP certifications.