BenQ Now Also Announces A Fast 2ms LCD Monitor

Posted: Oct 27 2005, 9:20am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:41pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

BenQ Now also Announces a Fast 2ms LCD Monitor
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ViewSonic introduced 2ms LCD monitor and claimed it to to be the world's fastest LCD monitor. The fame only apparently held for a couple days, as now BenQ also announces a 2ms LCD monitor.

The ViewSonic VX922 is a 19 inch monitor with 2ms response time that will be available in China first.
The BenQ FP93G X is also a 19 inch monitor and utilizes the BenQ Advanced Motion Accelerator (AMA) technology to reach 2ms response times.
The BenQ FP93G X will start selling next month in Asia. Not sure if a 2ms response time is a reason to go out and buy a new LCD monitor when it starts selling near you. It just shows that response time is soon no distinguishing issue anymore in the next couple of years. I do not have an issue with response time even today.
More details on DigiTimes.

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