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Benq GW2450

Brilliant Image Quality 5000:1 Ultra High Native Contrast Ra Read more

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Expert Review

Consumer Electronics Net
28 August 2012
  • Excerpt: It's not often I get the chance to review a monitor; in the main monitor manufacturers tend to overlook Auscam, possible forgetting that everyone who does video editing has one or usually two monitors nailed to their PC and perhaps even a third strictly used for playback. In fact, in the video world monitors are probably more critical than any everyday old computer monitor is. Serious photographers who play with Photoshop will know what I mean. Calibration is everything.
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Digital Producer
28 August 2012
  • Conclusion: Moving back to WA, David wrote scripts for Computer Television for video training for the just released Windows and Office 95 among others, and was then lured to Sydney to create web sites for the newly commercial Internet in 1995, building hundreds of sites under contract to OzEmail including Coates Hire, Hertz Queensland, John Williamson, the NSW Board of Studies and many, many more.
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BenQ GW2450 monitor review

6 August 2012
  • Excerpt: BenQ was one of the first companies to introduce an LED-backlit VA (vertical alignment) panel last year and now has a second-generation model. The GW2450 has a 24-inch screen and runs a standard 1920 x 1080 resolution. It has a 250cm/m2 brightness and a very high 5000:1 contrast ratio. By default the BenQ is very bright which we found washed out the colours slightly. With a suitably lit room and a little tweaking colour reproduction is vibrant without being overwhelming.
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