BenQ has launched its V2400W "premium" LCD display in Taiwan with the claim that it's the world's slimmest 24-inch widescreen monitor.
And - according the the company - it will "create a new lifestyle trend in computer hardware design that targets the sophisticated, stylish consumer".
The iF Design Award winning offering combines "unexpected asymmetry and the aerodynamic curves of the B-2 stealth bomber" and is the first in a new "Kinergy" design range from BenQ.
The V2400W, only 2.44-inches at its thickest point, boasts specs that include a 4000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, full 1080p HD support, touch controls and an overall mirror-black finish.
The V2400W will be available at the end of March in China and Asia and available April in Europe and America.