The BenQ FP767-12 LCD monitor will be BenQ’s first product to
incorporate ultra-fast response time using the second generation of Intrinsic
Property technology. BenQ’s new FP767-12 represents a breakthrough, having
reduced response time to a mere 12ms. FP767-12 not only offers ultra-short
response time, but their 72% color saturation is also an industry best.

The LCD panels used in them can support a display frequency of
83Hz (1/0.012). Coupled with BenQ’s sophisticated electronic design, this allows
BenQ’s LCD monitors to achieve the full performance potential of their hardware,
enabling them to fully support the 75Hz working frequency of VGA cards, as well
as their targeted applications. The amazingly fast 12ms response time made
possible by BenQ LCD monitors provides exceptionally fluid video without
flickering and other visual artifacts.

BenQ FP767-12 reaches a brightness level of 300 cd/m2 and
high-contrast level of 500:1, allowing for a super bright display capable of
delivering sharp high-contrast images at almost every angle. It supports a high
resolution of 1280 x 1024, and comes with a D-sub input connector and 2 built-in
stereo speakers, giving you the best experience in both your audio and visual
senses.

FP767 12 Black 06 BenQ FP767 12 LCD Monitor

Having led the wave of LCD monitors with super-fast response
time of just 16 milliseconds (ms), BenQ now debuts 12ms, bringing users the next
level of ultra-fast response time. The BenQ FP767-12 LCD monitor will be BenQ’s
first product to incorporate ultra-fast response time using the second
generation of Intrinsic Property technology. In the past, many believed that LCD
monitors were hampered by relatively slow response time, which in turn
influenced the performance of online gamers. This led to the myth that for the
best gaming, CRT monitors would always be a necessity. BenQ’s new FP767-12
represents a breakthrough, having reduced response time to a mere 12ms.

FP767-12 not only offers ultra-short response time, but their
72% color saturation is also an industry best. Using a BenQ FP767-12 for gaming
not only provides super-smooth video, allowing you to spot the enemy’s movements
the instant he makes them, but the vibrant colors make for the most realistic
viewing experience when you are watching movies. The LCD panels used in them can
support a display frequency of 83Hz (1/0.012). Coupled with BenQ’s sophisticated
electronic design, this allows BenQ’s LCD monitors to achieve the full
performance potential of their hardware, enabling them to fully support the 75Hz
working frequency of VGA cards, as well as their targeted applications. The
amazingly fast 12ms response time made possible by BenQ LCD monitors provides
exceptionally fluid video without flickering and other visual artifacts. The
result is that dynamic game and movie scenes displayed at 75 frames per second
appear without breaks, offering display quality fully the equal of a CRT
monitor’s.

BenQ FP767-12 reaches a brightness level of 300 cd/m2 and high-contrast level of
500:1, allowing for a super bright display capable of delivering sharp
high-contrast images at almost every angle. It supports a high resolution of
1280 x 1024, and comes with a D-sub input connector and 2 built-in stereo
speakers, giving you the best experience in both your audio and visual senses.
At work at play, BenQ FP767-12 impresses you with its incredible display
abilities and designer looks. Smart consumers know the advantage of having an
LCD monitor with a fast response time and only BenQ’s 12ms response time give
you that crucial edge at the moment of truth!

Background Information

Lightning-speed realized—12ms response time!

Put simply, an external voltage is used to control the
refractivity of the liquid crystal molecules that are the basic elements in an
LCD panel, causing each molecule to emit different colors of light according to
its particular refractivity. This process allows us to see a screen image
composed of numerous points of color. The so-called response time refers to the
time it takes for a liquid crystal panel to go from total white to total black
and then back again (Rise Time (Tr) + Fall Time (Tf)). Broadly speaking, the
response time of LCDs are slower than those of CRTs. In the past, the response
time of most LCDs was between 20ms and 50ms, and the adverse effects of this
relatively long interval could be noticed during playback of DVDs or when
playing games that required especially quick scene changes. You would, for
example, find that fast-moving objects would cause ghosting, particularly when
black objects passed through a bright-colored background. On the other hand, the
shorter the response time the shorter the time needed to convert video signals
from the computer system into a screen image, which in turn makes ghosting less
readily visible. Now, the new generation of BenQ LCD monitors is using their
blazing-fast 12ms response time to terminate this unquestioned reliance on CRT
monitors.

Technology Ahead of the Pack—Intrinsic Property II

An LCD panel is created by filling the gap between two glass
substrates with liquid crystals. The rotation of these liquid crystals is used
to adjust the refraction angles of light passing through the panel, giving rise
to different colors. The faster the speed at which the crystals are rotated, the
shorter the response time of the panel. BenQ and AU Optronics have jointly
developed the second generation of the Intrinsic Property technology, lowering
rotational viscosity and thereby reducing impediments to rotation of the liquid
crystal molecules. Intrinsic Property II technology took more than a year to
develop and more than 40 different liquid crystal combinations were tested
against standards for brightness, contrast, viewing angles, color saturation,
and durability.