COSTA MESA, Calif. — BenQ America Corp., a manufacturer of visual display products, introduced a version of its popular EW2440L monitor. The vertical alignment display features mobile high-definition link (MHL) technology, BenQ’s “Cinema Mode” and a contrast ratio of 3000:1. The unit has HD resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels and a 24-inch screen. BenQ says that the display eliminates traditional LED flicker issues and reduces harmful blue light, promoting increased user comfort.;
With its new gold casing and stylish edge-to-edge slim bezel design, the EW2440L targets style-conscious users. The monitor enables easy notebook PC, cable, console gaming, or smart device connections using HDMI and MHL technology, allowing users to transfer small-screen content directly to the display from any portable device. The EW2440L also features true-black color and an internal video processor.
In “Cinema Mode,” the EW2440L dynamically adapts to specific video content and automatically brightens dark scenes without overexposing color levels, thus preserving vital picture details. The monitor’s “Super Resolution” feature simulates high-resolution images in lower-quality video by increasing pixel density. To further enhance online content viewing, the device���s “Smart Focus” feature highlights selected video windows or screen areas to reduce distractions from other locations on the display.