Tuesday, March 29th 2016

BenQ Unveils the BL2420Z Low Blue-light Monitor

BenQ unveiled a new 24-inch business monitor for people who spend long hours looking at mostly bright screens. The new BL2420Z features a low blue-light mode, which works to reduce eye strain by reducing harmful blue-light by up to 70 percent. The monitor also uses a non-PWM method of reducing brightness of its LED back-lighting, making it flicker-free.

The rest of its specifications are pretty mainstream - Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) resolution, 250 cd/m² maximum brightness, 3000:1 static contrast ratio, 178°/178° maximum viewing angles, and inputs that include DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI, and D-Sub. a 2-port USB hub and 2W stereo speakers make up the rest of it. The monitor's most striking feature is its stand which appears to be carried over from some of the company's gaming-grade monitors, and features a headset stand. BenQ didn't reveal pricing.

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4 Comments on BenQ Unveils the BL2420Z Low Blue-light Monitor

#1
lynx29
low blue light and no-pwn has been a standard on Benq and Acer gaming monitors since 2014, how is this news?
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R-T-B
lynx29 said:
low blue light and no-pwn has been a standard on Benq and Acer gaming monitors since 2014, how is this news?
Just a guess?

It's not on a gaming monitor. This is the mainstream line getting a gaming grade feature.
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medi01
3000:1 static contrast ratio


Oh, STFU...
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