BenQ Reveals the BL2420Z Low Blue-Light Monitor

/ 3 years ago

BenQ Reveals the BL2420Z Low Blue-Light Monitor (3)

BenQ has recently released a new 24-inch business monitor, which was designed specifically for those of you who spend a lot of time working in front of bright screens. Dubbed BL2420Z, this monitor boasts a special low blue-light mode, which minimizes blue light emissions by up to 70 percent. Moreover,the brightness of its LED backlighting is also reduced through a non-PWM method, which basically guarantees a flicker-free experience. Apart from these features, we’re looking at a relatively basic monitor that features a full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

BenQ Reveals the BL2420Z Low Blue-Light Monitor (4)

Other noteworthy details include a 3000:1 static contrast ratio, maximum viewing angles of 178°/178° and a maximum brightness level of 250 cd/m². As far as inputs are concerned, this product offers HDMI, DVI, D-Sub and DisplayPort, not to mention its 2-port USB hub and 2W stereo speakers. Oddly enough, even though this is not necessarily a gaming monitor, it does come with a gaming-inspired stand and a headset stand. No word on pricing and availability just yet, but since this is not exactly a high-end offering but more of a casual business product, it’s not likely that the price tag will be out of this world.

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Would you purchase the BenQ BL2420Z for your working needs, or do you prefer to stick to a gaming monitor?

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