Alright, so we all know (or should know) that a manufacturer's stated contrast ratio isn't the best way to judge the quality of an LCD, but we've got to hand it to BenQ with its new GL series of monitors, which boast a ridiculous 12,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. That, as you might have guessed, is apparently the industry's highest and, according to BenQ, helps to add "color depth and definition to darkened and complex visuals." Otherwise, the 18.5-inch GL930, 19-inch GL931, 20-inch GL2030, 21.5-inch GL2230 and 22-inch GL2231 models each look to pack some decidedly more standard specs, including a 5ms response time, LED backlighting, varying amounts of ports depending on the model, and a 1,600 x 900 resolution on the 20-incher (complete specs on all the models aren't available yet). That 20-inch GL2030 model is also the first of the lot to roll out (sometime this month), while the rest will be available in July.

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BenQ debuts GL series of LCDs with 12,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio