on Thursday introduced the FP93G X, a Mac- and PC-compatible LCD display that the company claims has the world’s fastest gray-to-gray (GTG) response time: 2 milliseconds. It touts a native resoution of 1280 x 1024 pixels. Coming in January, 2006, the FP93G X will cost US$419.
BenQ is targeting hardcore gamers and others who demand high performance from their displays as prospective buyers for the FP93G X. The fast GTG response time provides comparable performance to a conventional CRT-based monitor, according to BenQ — that means clearer, sharper images with no lagging or image blurring when playing games or watching videos.
The technology that drives the monitor’s performance is called Advanced Motion Accelerator (AMA). It increases the twisting speed of the liquid crystal inside the display by increasing the voltage.
The FP93G X features a 13mm bezel design and is VESA wall-mount compatible. The display comes equipped with D-sub (analog) and Digital Visual Interface (DVI) inputs. It touts a 300 cd/m2 brightness rating and contrast ratio of 700:1.
BenQ America’s Web site had not been updated with details on the new FP93G X as
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