BenQ launches new LCD monitor TV with free DTH connection

BenQ today announced the launch of its 22 inch LCD monitor TV, SE2231

BenQ today announced the launch of its 22 inch LCD monitor TV, SE2231, coupled with an introductory offer of a free DTH connection, installation and six months subscription with every purchase.

According to a press release, the TV comes equipped with 10,000:1 Auto Contrast Enhancement (ACE), 5ms rapid response time and HDTV 1080p compatibility. The Auto Contrast Enhancement optimizes contrast levels through automatic adjustment of the display backlight for original black levels.

The TV further features BenQ's Senseye Human Vision Technology, which is an image enhancement engine that produces clarity and vibrancy. Four Senseye preset modes (cinema, dynamic, standard and custom) offer one-touch fine-tuning for both PC and TV content. It also has dual 3-watt speakers that can be adjusted to classic, pop, rock and jazz with preset audio modes. The BenQ is available in two high-gloss colors, ebony and black, with a silver polish frame which reflects a unique elegance.

The BenQ LCD Monitor TV SE2231 is available for US$358 with a free DTH connection. Australian pricing and availability us yet to be announced.

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PC World India staff

PC World India
Topics: BenQ, lcd monitors
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