BenQ LCDs Get Vista Seal of Approval
Two new monitors are getting a thumbs-up from Microsoft and its newest operating system.
November 06, 2006 by Rachel Cericola

There’s bound to be plenty of Windows Vista products coming down the pike, but imagine being one of Microsoft’s early favorites! At least that’s what I am getting from BenQ’s latest LCDs.

The FP93GX+ and the FP93GS are the first to get that “Works with Windows Vista” sticker that should soon be gracing a ton of PCs and peripherals.

The rest of the details haven’t been formally announced. I guess they are hoping that the Vista thumbs-up will be enough of a selling point.

If not, the third model, the FP241VW, is getting Windows Vista Premium certification. It will be available later this month.

  • $260 to $1,299
  • Two 19-inch models available in November
  • 24-inch FP241VW available this month
  • 2ms response time
  • 700:1 contrast ratio
  • HDMI connector



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