BenQ unveils new LED TV series
Dubai, July 11, 2011
BenQ has announced the Middle East launch of its new L-Series LED TVs, which boasts of ‘reflection defence panel’ technology that creates true to life visuals.
The new series will offer customers in the region a truly exceptional home cinema viewing experience, said Manish Bakshi, the general manager of BenQ for the Middle East and Africa.
“It comes in a simple yet elegant design with high-gloss, crystal black display. It is power-packed with key technologies, including a reflection defense panel that cuts reflections caused by other light sources in the room and Senseye – a BenQ-exclusive lifelike digital image enhancement technology that delivers 28 independent color calibrations.'
'Together these two innovative features provide viewers with high definition visuals that are deeper, richer and truer to life while making the viewing experience more comfortable to the eyes,” he noted.
Bakshi pointed out that the new L-Series provides 27.3 per cent more contrast when compared to other TVs.
Users can also enjoy rich enveloping sound quality through the SRS TruSurround HD technology on the BenQ L-Series which has two built-in 8W speakers and a 10W subwoofer for enhanced bass effects, the official said.
'It also features simple plug and play USB Multimedia ports, providing viewers easy connections to movies, photos and music,' he added.
BenQ’s LED backlight technology on the L-Series result in less power consumption due to its ultra-slim design which enables light to be transmitted at a high efficiency rate.
The Motion Blur Free, Full HD 1080P L-Series LED TVs are also built on 10-bit VA LED panels and feature BenQ’s 24P Real Cinema mode, which is built with the world's leading proprietary algorithmic chip.
'The Smart On/Off feature turns your TV into an alarm clock that allows you to wake up to your favorite show every morning,' said Bakshi.
'With this convenient feature, you can also preset the TV to turn itself off automatically at any time of the day,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service