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BenQ Launches new GW2485TC and GW2785TC Eye-Care Monitors

BenQ has launched its all-new GW2485TC and GW2785TC monitors. These have been designed to reduce eye strain during prolonged screen time through upgraded eye-care technologies. They also sport productivity features such as a built-in noise-canceling microphone for joining online meetings and a USB-C port for powering devices, plus adjustable height via the ergonomic stand to help young professionals succeed at work.

“Advanced eye-care technologies, plus built-in productivity tools such as the microphone and USB-C port make the new GW2485TC and GW2785TC monitors ideal for both productivity and safer screen time and healthier digital lifestyles,” the company said in a statement.

“BenQ has been a pioneer in factoring in and providing eye-care through innovation in its visual solutions. We designed the world’s first flicker-free and low blue light screen displays 10 years ago and our commitment to eye care is unfailing. Through these efficient monitors, we aim to raise the standard for healthier screen time through integrating the latest eye-care technology with built-in productivity features for young professionals,” said Manish Bakshi, Managing Director, BenQ Middle East.

BenQ claims the GW2485TC 24-inch and GW2785TC 27-inch monitors have built-in productivity features to keep young professionals focused. “The built-in noise cancelling microphone filters out background noise to give meeting attendees clear audio — even in noisy environments — while Dialogue Mode makes voices clearly audible during calls and online video meetings. Meanwhile, BenQ has launched a suite of learning capabilities to make online learning easier for those looking to upskill from home,” the company said.

“Coders will find improved efficiency in coding sessions and in realizing software projects with Coding Mode, which brings out colors in text for easy distinguishing of strings of code. Care Mode protects eyes by lowering the on-screen brightness and color saturation for more comfortable viewing. Finally, ePaper mode filters harmful blue light and prevents eye fatigue for reading blog content and providing a natural online reading experience,” the company added.

Additionally, the USB Type-C port delivers fast audio, video, and 60 watt-quick charging of mobile devices via a single cable. For a complete workstation setup, two to four monitors can be connected via Daisy Chain for a multi-monitor setup, providing extra screen real estate and a decluttered workspace.

The new GW2485TC and GW2785TC monitors are equipped with advanced eye-care technology that keeps eye safety in mind during prolonged work and online learning sessions. BenQ’s acclaimed Low Blue Light technology is now upgraded to Low Blue Light Plus. Certified by Eyesafe, Low Blue Light Plus works by filtering out the shorter, higher energy blue-violet radiation which is harmful to the eyes while also preserving blue hues in images to maintain color accuracy. As it protects the retina, the monitors retain the beneficial blue light that can improve concentration and reduce sleeplessness.

The GW2485TC and GW2785TC monitors also feature Brightness Intelligence, which uses a sensor that detects ambient light, brightness, and contrast of screen content to adapt brightness levels and enhance dark areas without overexposing bright regions. Plus, flicker-free technology eliminates flickering at all brightness levels to reduce eye strain, headaches, and decreased productivity.

The new GW2485TC and GW2785TC monitors feature an ergonomic design, letting users easily adjust the monitor’s position for a more comfortable viewing angle and an improved work or study space. Users can adjust the monitor’s viewing angle by raising or lowering monitor height, plus they can tilt, pivot, and swivel the screen to suit viewing needs.

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Chris Fernando

Chris N. Fernando is an experienced media professional with over two decades of journalistic experience. He is the Editor of Arabian Reseller magazine, the authoritative guide to the regional IT industry. Follow him on Twitter (@chris508) and Instagram (@chris2508).

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