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BenQ introduces L-series LED TV in Middle East
Photo: BenQ [Jul 11, 2011]

BenQ has launched its new L-Series LED TV to the Middle East.

General Manager of BenQ for the Middle East and Africa, Manish Bakshi said, "Our new L-Series LED TV comes in a simple yet elegant design with its high-gloss, crystal black display. It is power-packed with industry-leading technologies, including a Reflection Defense Panel that reduces reflections caused by other light sources in the room and Senseye - a BenQ-exclusive lifelike digital image enhancement technology that delivers 28 independent color calibrations. Together these two innovative features provide viewers with high definition visuals that are deeper, richer and truer to life while making the viewing experience more comfortable to the eyes."

The L-Series LED TV also provides 27.3% more contrast in comparison to other TVs and the special coating of the Reflection Defense Panel creates deeper blacks - enhancing the contrast performance of the L- Series to give viewers more vibrant colors.

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