On September 13th, I was at the Torch Restaurant in San Juan for the launch of BenQ GW Series VA LED monitors. Now, I’m not really into such technology because I’m a laptop person. I only get to use a desktop and LED monitors in my previous job where i only deal with tons of spreadsheets, slideshows, reports, documents, so I never really bothered about this technology thinking they’re all just the same. Obviously I’m basing this point of view from experience and my understanding is that it only makes a difference when it comes to size, screen size, I mean. I have to admit though that there’s a nagging feeling that I need one because I now work from home as a freelance content writer for an Australian financial company. I think having a computer monitor would give me that office vibe and keep me focused on work. But the question is, which one to buy, with all the competing brands out there. At the launch, I fell in love with these monitors as they are all really gorgeous.
BenQ’s GW Series LED monitor uses VA or vertical alignment display which produces better color and display. This is primarily because of the ultra high contrast ratio of 5000:1. To the not-so-techie like me, it simply means the blacks are really black, not grey; whites are white and not dirty white. Also, the smallest details in a photo are evident too. And because of the True 8-bit color technology, colors come alive, brighter and more saturated. Check out the video to get a better glimpse of the latest from BenQ.
I won a 22-inch BenQ GW 2250 VA LED monitor! Big thanks to BenQ Philippines! This will definitely help ease the eyestrain that I usually go through in front of my laptop monitor whenever I blog, do research and write content. I already had it installed as I write this blog and will soon write a review about it. Stay tuned!
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