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BenQ Expands Eye Care Technology to VA LED Monitor Range

BenQ, a renowned service provider of digital lifestyle innovations has announced the expansion of its Eye Care technology to its range of VA LED monitors. This move taken by the firm will definitely help the users to achieve their long-term vision of implementing Flickr free technology and Low Blue Light. Last year, this Eye Care technology was incorporated across the EW lineup of monitors and now it is available for 18 BA LED models.

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The BenQ Eye Care technology aims to deliver consumers a better choice to take care of their eyes in a healthy way. With this technology, consumers have the ability to filter out the blue light at levels that correspond directly to the task that they are doing. The Low Blue Light (LBL) technology offers four preset models to the users namely Multimedia, Web surfing, Office and Reading modes and they minimize the blue light emission by a maximum of 70%.

The Low Blue Light mode is designed to handle the everyday problems of blue light exposure and paves way for a healthier time in front of the computer. The Flicker-free technology eradicates flickering at all the brightness levels and reduces the eye fatigue effectively. The VA panel technology presents a great image quality and visual performance for the users’ eyes.

Besides these aforementioned aspects, there are more eye-care features such as Senseye Reading Mode, Ergonomic Height Adjustment, Eye Protect Sensor, Smart Reminder and Bigger and Anti-glare screen.

“By introducing Eye Care Technology amid all our models we are leading the charge to downgrade the adverse impact technology is having on our eyes. We are the first to incorporate ‘Eye-care’ into monitors making BenQ a better choice in terms of health, while also producing superior image quality and functionality” said Country Head for BenQ India, Rajeev Singh


Abhishek Bhatnagar

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