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BenQ V2400W LCD Monitor Review
By: Joe Eitel
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    2009-01-26

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  • BenQ V2400W LCD Monitor Review
  • Design
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    The BenQ V2400W has recently appeared on the upper-end LCD monitor market to a good deal of acclaim. So what's all the excitement about? And does the monitor live up to the hype? Keep reading; our review will spell it out for you.

    Introduction

    The excitement is to be expected, as according to the BenQ website , the V2400W is the slimmest LCD monitor ever made, at just 2.44 inches at its maximum depth. Of course, when you consider that this monitor is remarkably large at 24 inches in diagonal measure and is the slimmest monitor ever made, you should not be all that surprised when you find out that the V2400Ws price tag is a good deal more than the average at a minimum of $434, according to CNet .

    Beyond its innovation in depth, this new BenQ monitor also provides a very unique approach to design. Although I will go into it more later, this design quirk was probably originally a flaw that BenQ decided to capitalize on to maximize profit. The result is actually fairly impressive, producing a monitor which looks truly unique and will absolutely provide a sense of style to your desk top.

    Ignoring the originality of its design, the V2400W also performs very well on many benchmarks. Although there are one or two slight weaknesses, the overall performance of the 24 inch LCD is superb. When this aspect is combined with the record-breaking depth and the original design, you really end up with quite a package.

    All things considered, the V2400W is actually a pretty good deal for anyone that is shopping for a higher-end LCD display. Any casual user who is looking to impress friends or just feel good about his or her technology is really going to enjoy this new toy.

    The monitor is also a very sound choice for companies that are looking to create an impressive feel around the office for both employees and customers. All in all, if you have the $450 to spend and you really just want to get rid of it, then there are certainly worse ways to do it than picking up this powerful new monitor.

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