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The BenQ Q7C4 Monitor

The BenQ Q7C4 monitor is manufactured by the BenQ Corporation. The monitor has a 17 inch viewable screen size.

The BenQ Q7C4 is a liquid crystal display (LCD) monitor and has a default resolution of 1280x1024 dpi (dots per inch). Liquid crystal displays (LCDs) have been used for years in things like calculators, cell phones and laptop screens. LCD flat-panel monitors are replacing the older cathode ray tube (CRT) computer monitors. Liquid crystal displays (LCDs) are usually smaller, lighter and use less power than cathode ray tube monitors (CRTs).

In sleep mode, the BenQ Q7C4 monitor uses 0.42 watts of electricity. When it is turned off, it uses 0.37 watts. When the BenQ Q7C4 monitor is active it uses 26.1 watts of electricity.

BenQ Corporation is located in Taiwan and manufactures DVD devices, monitors, multi-function devices, printers, faxes, mailing machines, scanners, televisions and video cassette recorders (VCRs).

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