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Last updated on 12/19/14 05:02:58
 
 
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Good Value?
 
 
No Longer Selling
 
 
Is there a deal today?
 
 
This product is no longer selling but you can find accessories and supplies.
 
 
 
What are the key features?
 
 
• 17" Viewable Size • Max Resolution 1280 x 1024 • 500:1 Image Contrast Ratio • 12 ms Response Time • 50 Watt Power Consumption
 
 
Summary rating?
 
 
2.0 out of 5 based on 1 Retrevo review
 
 
 
Based on the facts above, Retrevo's recommendation is:
 
 
Older product, look for current models
 
 
 
 
EXPERT REVIEWS (2)
 
BenQ's FP71e+ LCD Is Fast, But How Furious? - Introduction
Faster LCD displays are what gamers want and now BenQ says its FP71e+ delivers the industry's lowest latency-value yet at 8ms. But what happens during the heat of an ...
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BenQ Releases of the FP71E+ LCD Multimedia Monitor
BenQ's new FP71E+ 17-inch LCD multimedia monitor targets PC gamers and other graphic enthusiasts. The FP71E+ offers several features such as BenQ proprietary ...
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Benq FP71G+S = FP71E+ ? - Monitors - Monitors/video
Yeah, I like how BenQ basically took all the criticisms about the FP71E and fixed them, and left the good bits. The two main ones I recall reading were the poor ...
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