loose the farm every now and again, but this time its BenQ's turn to unleash so many LCDs we can hardly speak of them all in this space. The 17-inch E700 / E700A / E700N and 19-inch E900 / E900A / E900N all boast standard 4:3 panels, 800:1 contrast ratios, and 300 cd/m2 brightness levels, and while the "A" models tout only a VGA input, the other two add-in DVI. Also of note, displays rocking an "N" arrive sans speakers, while the others manage to include a set of one-watt stereo drivers. Moving on, the 19-inch E900W / E900WA / E900WN displays all sport similar configurations but pack a widescreen panel and just a 700:1 CR, while the E2000WA sports a 20-inch panel with a 1,000:1 contrast ratio. The E2000W ups the ante to 24-inches (at least that's what BenQ claims) of widescreen real estate, while the E2200W / E2200WA monitors include 22-inch screens. Now that you're totally befuddled, why not hit the read link and see the madness in a easy-to-read (albeit still enormous) chart.
[Via PCLaunches, thanks Vinit]