BenQ unveils its thinnest 50-inch LED Full HD TV


BenQ, an internationally-renowned provider of digital lifestyle innovations, is offering Middle East customers its latest ultra-slim bezel Full HD LED TV with only 0.3-metre border for a breath-taking viewing entertainment.

The BenQ 50RV3000 Full HD LED TV features AU Optronics (AUO) extremely narrow frame technology giving viewers with the most expansive visual feast. “BenQ has always been increasing its commitment to deliver the latest lifestyle technology in the Middle East by providing products that are not only innovative but also visually appealing to the eye,” said Manish Bakshi, Managing Director, BenQ Middle East. “The 50RV3000 LED TV’s ultra-slim bezel gives viewers a virtually edgeless picture for a truly immersive viewing experience,” he added.

The LED TV is packed with an exclusive mirror-coating technology that provides anti-reflection layer with a black panel contrast giving a deep and superior colour quality. This latest addition to BenQ’s range of designer LED TVs is powered with brilliant image quality thanks to BenQ Senseye Human Vision Technology, the company’s exclusive lifelike digital image enhancement technology. It delivers 28 independent colour calibrations that purify hue providing high definition visuals with deeper and richer colour.

The BenQ 50RV3000 LED TV has 1920 X 1080 Full HD resolution and with BenQ’s LED backlight technology, it has an ultra-high dynamic contrast ratio of 5000:1 making pictures more solid and clear. It is also packed with HDMI digital audio and video terminals for more high-speed transmission of digital images and video transfers along with a USB 2.0 terminal for easier plug and play with any USB storage devices allowing customers to conveniently view photos, videos and listen to mp3 music.

The BenQ 50RV3000 LED TV is available in the Middle East through BenQ’s leading distributors and retailers. For more information, please visit


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