I don't understand why you guys are tripping out about this. They have released the pricing on these.http://www.nwfusion.com/columnists/2...toolsside.html
BenQ expanded its line of LCT TVs with eight new models, ranging in size from 20 inches up to 46 inches. All models support HDTV (480p, 720p and 1080i), and range from the entry-level 20-inch model to the 46-inch model aimed at higher end consumers.
Four of the models are in BenQ's DV Series, including the 20-inch DV2050 ($699 available in January); the 32-inch widescreen DV3250 (no pricing yet, available in January); the 37-inch widescreen DV3750 ($2,399, available Q2 2005)
; and the 46-inch DV4680 ($9,999, available Q2 2005). The DV4680 also includes USB 1.1 slave/host ports, an integrated HDTV tuner and a 6-in-1 media card reader that lets users display images on the TV directly from the card.
The other four models are in the BenQ DP series of LCD displays, including the 20-inch DP2070 (Q2, 2005); the 32-inch widescreen DP3270 (Q2 2005); the 37-inch widescreen DP3770 (Q2 2005); and the 42-inch widescreen DP4270 (Q2 2005). Pricing on the DP series was not announced.
All widescreen models include BenQ's Senseye enhancement technology, which automatically improves image quality by adjusting brightness and darkness levels, performing color-mapping and reducing the jagged edges on images, BenQ says. Pre-set modes lets users choose a setting based on the content they're watching (such as a movie or a sporting event, or playing a video game). The 32- and 37-inch models in both lines also feature SRS TruSurround XT support.