Benq X900 Reviews
Product Type: Benq LCD monitors
Description:Model ID 9J.0F072.ABE / BenQ X900 - Flat panel display - TFT - 19" - 1280 x 1024 - 300 cd/m2 - 800:1 - 2 ms - 0.294 mm - DVI-D, VGA - black, silver / Advanced Motion Accelerator (AMA) increases voltage to speed up the time it takes liquid crystals to go from dark to bright and back ... more
Benq X900 ... again. With AMA, the X Series performs this cycle at a blistering 2ms GTG (Gray to Gray response time). It's like pressing on the gas pedal to make images appear faster and give gamers what they want most: quick response.
Simulated Pulsed Driving technology inserts a black frame in between motion frames to make your visual experience clearer. That's because the human eye needs a rest. SPD predicts and imitates the response of the human eye to animated visuals to create images that are as stable and clear as traditional CRT monitors.
BenQ's exclusive Senseye technology fine tunes color, each and every color, one at a time. It does the same for clarity, motion and contrast, effectively enhancing image signals to deliver exquisite clarity that's bolder and brighter. BenQ improved upon this technology to provide maximum gaming enjoyment. It's called Senseye+game. And, it offers two game modes that make the gaming experience even better.
BenQ's Senseye+game comes with two pre-set gaming modes that take you right into the action: Racing Game Mode tailored for high speed action and Action Game Mode for, well, action, what else? Whatever your game is, the X series was built with your needs in mind.
The waving checkered flag, a signal of winning in auto racing and a symbol of both strands of the X-Series' DNA: "speed" and "victory", adorns the X-Series' pedestal base. It says to the world: "see you in the rear view mirror!" The X series looks good, even when it's not in use. When it's in standby, and the screen seems dark, its blue strip lighting lets you know it's ready to jump back into action.
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