20 September 2004
PC gamers can now experience Doom 3, Conflict: Vietnam and Grand Theft Auto exactly as publishers intended thanks to the Q17+ high-end LCD TFT display launched by Hyundai ImageQuest, the global manufacturer of LCD, plasma and CRT displays.
The 17-inch PC display has a lighting fast 12 millisecond response time, a crucial feature for crisp ghost free images and a bright 300 cd/m2 backlight for a high 500:1 contrast ratio. This means no more headaches or tired eyes for PC gaming addicts.
The Hyundai ImageQuest Q17+ display has been ergonomically designed for gamer comfort and includes several innovations to eliminate as much cable clutter as possible.
Game pads and joysticks can be connected directly to a USB hub at the foot of the display and the display contains integrated stereo speakers and an earphone output in its foot. The display has VGA and digital (DVI-D) video inputs and an internal power supply.
The display is fixed on double hinge enabling the height of the display to be adjusted and moved from a 90-degree upright position through to a flat horizontal position, relieving gamers from potential shoulder and neck pains, caused by a fixed head position.
"The Q17+ offers a cutting edge performance and elegant design, ideal for demanding gaming users. It offers high image quality performance using less power and emitting less heat than traditional cathode ray tube displays," said Jan Karlsson, Regional Manager, Hyundai ImageQuest.
Price and availability
The street price for the Hyundai ImageQuest Q17+ is approximately £340 including VAT. It is available from good electronic retailers.
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About Hyundai ImageQuest
With 20 years industry experience in display market, Hyundai ImageQuest focuses solely on manufacturing the industry's broadest range of LCD and plasma displays and CRT monitors targeted at users' specific requirements.
Hyundai ImageQuest's offering ranges from 15 inch desktop LCD monitors through to 50 inch plasma displays with individual products targeted at gamers, office users and home TV users.
The company sells mainly through distribution with displays and monitors handled by Centreprise and Compusys in England and 3D Logistics in Ireland. LCD and plasma TVs are currently distributed by Visual Displays.
Hyundai ImageQuest is headquartered in Korea with sales operations throughout Europe, China, Japan and United States. Its marketing office in the UK is in Basingstoke, Hampshire. For further information see: http://www.hyundaiq.com.
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