BenQ distributor Esquire Techologies has launched the a new line of BenQ LCD monitors targetting the high performance and value-focussed home and business users.
The new BenQ E Series offers 13 models ranging from traditional 4:3 to 16:10 widescreen with all models featuring an ultra-fast 5ms response time, a sweeping viewing angle of up to 170 degree, BenQ's proprietary Senseye+Photo Technology and impressive LED ambient illumination.
Mahomed Cassim, sales & marketing Director of Esquire, comments: "The BenQ Series of LCD monitors is fast becoming a competitive brand player in the South African market, as it delivers quality and and advanced technology at an affordable price. The new BenQ E Series is well positioned to fulfill the needs of the demanding home and office user who want high performance."
Manish Bakshi, GM: Middle East & Africa at BenQ, adds: "We recently launch the cutting-edge E Series of LCD monitors at the region's largest GITEX Shopper & Consumer Electronics Expo 2007 in Dubai in September, which was well received. Along with Esquire, we are running promotional schemes targetted at our resellers to support and grow the brand."
BenQ's Senseye+Photo Technology offers a variety pre-set modes that provide instant settings for different usage scenarios, including Standard, Dynamic, Movie, Photo and sRGB mode. The sRGB mode ensures colour accuracy on-screen for precise colour editing to reflect accurate colours that are compliant with the industry-standard sRGB colour space, ensuring colour consistency when connecting to sRGB-compliant devices, such as digital cameras, scanners and printers.
The sleek design of the E Series, and the speaker bar that hangs elegantly beneath the monitor screen, makes it a perfect fit to any desktop or room décor.
The ultra-fast 5ms response time, and high contrast of all models make the E Series ideal for business, home entertainment and other applications that require superior display performance.
All models offered in the E-Series are Energy Star certified with reduced power consumption to minimise environmental impact.