BenQ shows off its slimmest 24-inch panel yet

The LCD is 2.44 inches at its thickest point.


The Taiwanese PC maker calls it the "world's slimmest 24-inch LCD monitor," boasting that it measures just 2.44 inches at its thickest point.

The V2400W design, which was inspired by a B-2 Stealth bomber, uses an advanced Rapid Heat Cycle Molding (RHCM) injection technology to achieve its slim profile, according to BenQ. This new technology allows for more flexibility in molding non-traditional shapes and designs.

Introduced as a premium product, the V2400W sports a mirror-black finish with slick touch controls. It will feature HDMI (with HDCP), DVI, and VGA connectivity options, together with full 1080p high-definition support, 2ms GTG response time, and a 4,000:1 contrast ratio. It is expected to be available this March in China and Asia, followed by Europe and North America in April.

(Source: Crave Asia)

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