BenQ Introduces First LCD Monitor With AMA Z Technology
BenQ today expands its LCD monitor lineup with the BenQ FP241W Z, featuring BenQ’s exclusive AMA Z (Advanced Motion Accelerator Z) technology, HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) and full 1080p HD support. BenQ FP241W Z also features BenQ’s proprietary Senseye technology and flexible screen adjustment along with the PIP (picture-in-picture) function.
The BenQ FP241W Z is the first LCD monitor to incorporate AMA Z dynamic video processing technology. BenQ’s AMA Z technology is called to eliminate ghosting and motion blur around the screen edges for a better viewing experience with all types of video content.
AMA Z technology uses two steps to counter ghosting problems. The first step is to reduce the grey-to-grey response time using AMA technology, and the second step is to eliminate the artifacts present on hold-type displays due to the human visual system’s smooth pursuit tracking by inserting a black frame between each motion frame.
BenQ FP241W Z’s flexible screen adjustment provides users to freely adjust the screen viewing angle for a more comfortable experience, including -45/45 left/right swivel angle, pivot and height adjustment. BenQ FP241W Z also comes outfitted with integrated USB ports for easy connections to various USB peripherals.
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