BenQ Officially Releases FP241W 24-Inch LCD Monitor

Not that I have anywhere near the $1,099 to pick one of these up today, but just knowing that this 24-inch BenQ widescreen monitor exists makes me kinda gleeful for the day when it drops to $500. With the FP241W, the company promises the screen will take “game playing to new heights” thanks to its High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) that will allow for data-transfer rates of up to 5GB per second and a gray-to-gray response time of 6 milliseconds. The 1,920×1,200-resolution monitor is also the first BenQ to be awarded certification under TCO Development’s new labelling standard for multi-function displays and TVs. Check out the full list of features after the jump or the full write-up of it over at Trusted Reviews. (The reviewers freakin’ loved it, by the way.)


  • LCD 24″ widescreen; 20.4″ x 12.8″ display area
  • 1920 x 1200 resolution (WUXGA)
  • Accepts D-Sub, DVI-D, S-Video, composite, component, and HDMI input
  • HD format support
  • HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) with HDCP
  • Senseye(R) technology
  • Advanced Motion Acceleration(TM) (AMA) technology
  • Full display of two A4-size windows
  • PIP (Picture-in-Picture) function
  • Pivot(R) Pro software
  • USB ports (3)
  • Vista Premium ready
  • Energy Star(R) qualified
  • Black bezel
  • 22.3″ (W) x 9.8″ (D) x 18.7″ (H) unit dimensions
  • 23.4 lbs. weight

BenQ FP241W 24-inch widescreen LCD monitor [product page]