Cast your memory back a few months, and you'll remember details of BenQ's forthcoming 16:9 monitors.
Well, not a whole lot has changed - the monitors are still forthcoming, but BenQ has provided details on all four models and a complete specification, so let's take a closer look.
The 16:9 range consists of two displays with a black-piano finish; the 21.5in E2200HD and the 24in E2400HD, and two bright-white displays; the 21.5in M2200HD and 24in M2400HD.
All four displays feature a native resolution of 1,920x1,080, a 10,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and a 2ms grey-to-grey response time. The monitors are equipped with HDCP-ready HDMI 1.3 and DVI connectivity, and the home-user orientated white models feature an attachable two megapixel webcam.
There's an adequate 170-degree viewing angle, and built-in stereo speakers. Throw in BenQ's three-year warranty and the monitors seem to be a promising solution.
The real talking point, however, is the 16:9 aspect ratio - as opposed to the traditional 16:10 ratio found on most monitors. BenQ's argument is that a native 1,920x1,080 screen allows for full-HD footage such as Blu-ray to be viewed without black bars at the upper and lower edges of the display.
16:9 displays have another all-round benefit, too. LCD TVs have been using the 16:9 aspect ratio for years, and with the millions of screens in production, BenQ states that 16:9 monitors are cheaper to produce. That could be reflected in the launch price of its first 16:9 displays - the E2200HD and E2400HD are expected to land later this month priced at approximately £150 and £250, respectively.
Official press release: BenQ announces their new E 16.9 range, the M white range, and the G widescreen range