Hyundai Imagequest today made LCD screens this month's must have PC accessory with the launch of two ultra-fast and ultra-exclusive 17-inch monitors with 8 milliseconds response times.
The limited edition L72D and L72S displays will only be made available for three months and are ideal for high-end gamers and professional PC users who demand a high specification display and for early adopters who expect style and exclusivity.
For high-end gamers, the monitors' super fast 8 milliseconds response times places them amongst the fastest LCD monitors available on the market and are the perfect visual solution for the growing number of games with fast paced graphics. Both monitors also offer gamers a direct signal input with the L72D supporting both digital and analogue and L72S supporting analogue input.
The screens can be tilted 40 degrees, twice as much as minimum recommendation which can effectively minimise the risk of suffering neck and shoulder pain In addition, 700:1 contrast delivers clearer images and sharper letters and can help reduce the level of headaches and eyestrain.
"Because IT has become so commonplace in all aspects of our lives, gamers are now looking to invest in technology that helps them stand out from the crowd," explained Jan Karlsson, Regional Manager, Hyundai Imagequest. "Our new monitors' combination of high speed and outstanding image quality gives them a market appeal to high-end gamers yet with the level of exclusivity that makes them highly desirable."
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Price and availability:
The L72D and L72S will be available from March 2005. L72D is priced at £269 including VAT. Price of L72S will be announced later.
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. 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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