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BenQ expands its Joybook R series lineup with the launch of Joybook R45. Powered by a 2.10 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, the Joybook R45 features an extra-bright 14.1” widescreen display enhanced by the BenQ’s patented UltraVivid technology, an integrated 2-megapixel webcam for video calls and a luxurious leather-like finish with special soft-touch coating. The Joybook R45 also comes equipped with the best-of-class nVIDIA GeForce 8400M G discrete graphics and supports major WiFi standards, keeping you connected at much faster speed.
With the release of its new V2400W premium LCD display, BenQ not only debuts the world's slimmest 24" widescreen LCD monitor, but creates a new lifestyle trend in computer hardware design that targets the sophisticated, stylish consumer. The V2400W, in fact, recently received the internationally-renowned iF Design Award, a prestigious and coveted recognition of outstanding design that is vied for by the world's most elite companies.
BenQ today announces the launch of a new class of laptops—the Joybook Q41 featuring dual screen. Equipped with 14.1” UltraVivid widescreen, a 2.5” auxiliary display, Intel Core2 Duo processor and Microsoft Windows Vista operating system, the Joybook Q41 is designed for forward-thinkers with exquisite tastes. The Joybook Q41 keeps your favorite music, treasured photos, fun games, and updated information available on its 2.5” auxiliary display. The Joybook Q41 is the first laptop to offer VoIP function directly from the auxiliary display. Users can dial directly from the auxiliary display to be instantly in touch with friends and colleagues. As a new class of laptops, the Joybook Q41 is designed to fulfil all of your needs conveniently.
BenQ today announces the launch of its new X series LCD monitors— the BenQ X900, X900W, X2000W and X2200W, providing consumers with a perfect gaming experience using its advanced gaming features, video performance and exciting design. Equipped with Senseye+Game, PerfectMotion and AMA technologies, BenQ’s new line of 19”, 19”wide, 20”wide and 22”wide monitors provides consumers with a combination of personal style, vivid colors and leading technologies.
BenQ today adds another new member to its Joybook product line – the Joybook R43, featuring a bright 14.1” UltraVivid widescreen display, the latest Intel Core 2 Duo processor, Windows Vista operating system, Wi-fi connectivity and a brand new lid design.
BenQ unveiled its latest Notebook named the Joybook R56. The R56 is using the Intel Santa Rosa platform, in this case a 1.8GHz Core 2 Duo running on a PM965 motherboard. In the graphics department an GeForce 8400M G is responsible for delivering full 1080p full high definition signal via HDMI a rather usefull feature for people that may want to combine an laptop with an HTPC system. The R56 has also an eSATA port for rapid data transfer as well two speakers joined by a 3W subwoofer, as well as noise and echo cancellation software. Finally the R56 features also include 802.11a/g/n wireless, an 8x Super Multi Drive, and up to 2GB of RAM. According to sources the price tag for this beauty will range from $1999.00 from the base system to $2999.00 for the high end.BenQ
In order to reconstruct its business and reduce 40% of its capital BenQ will change the company's official English name to Qisda. BenQ's Chinese name will also be changed from "Jia Da" to "Jias Da" (transliterated from Chinese). The new names (Chinese and English) will be effective on September 1, 2007. Qisda will mainly focus on LCD monitors, projectors, MFPs (multi-function peripherals) and handset ODM/OEM businesses. BenQ will be a wholly owned subsidiary of Qisda and will keep BenQ as its brand name. The own-brand product lines will remain the same as now, covering wireless communication products, mobile phones, LCD monitors, LCD TVs, Joybook notebooks, optical storage products, MFPs and scanners.Source: DigiTimes
BenQ today introduced two additions to its 19-inch LCD monitor lineup – the BenQ FP93GW/FP93GWa. Both monitors feature a 16:10 wide screen, a super slim 12mm side bezel design, an ultra-fast 5ms response time and BenQ’s exclusive Senseye+photo technology. The Senseye+photo technology transmits colors through the sRGB color gamut, providing consistent and accurate color reproduction whether on camera, monitor, printer or other devices. The two monitors also feature a high contrast ratio of 700:1 and a brightness of 300 cd/m2. The BenQ FP93GW LCD monitor is equipped with both traditional D-Sub and next-generation DVI input support, while the FP93GWa comes equipped with analog input only. The BenQ FP93GW LCD monitor will be available in Asia in March and the FP93GWa will be available in Asia in early April.Source: BenQ
BenQ recently introduced two additions to its award-winning LCD monitor lineup, the 17-inch BenQ FP73G S and the 19-inch BenQ FP93G S LCD monitor, featuring a super slim bezel design, an ultra fast 5ms response time and Senseye+Photo technology. The BenQ FP73G S/FP93G S features the enhanced Senseye+Photo technology, which transmits consistent colors through the sRGB color gamut, providing consistent and accurate color reproduction. With Senseye+Photo, the photos on the screen and on print outs will always be consistent in colors. The BenQ FP73G S/FP93G S offer an ultra-fast 5ms response time, high contrast ratio of 700:1 and a brightness of 300 cd/m2. Both monitors are also equipped traditional D-Sub and DVI inputs.Source: BenQ
These MusiQ MP3 players are designed to directly compete with the iPod Shuffle. The Steel Wing version of MusiQ, pictured below, comes with either 512 or 1024 MB of onboard memory. It also comes with an SD slot to increase storage, a USB port to transfer music and recharge the battery, and a necklace loop. The MusiQ player is made out of an aluminum-magnesium alloy. The MusiQ player will be available in China on December 15th, and there is no word on when the players will be released for the rest of the world.The Register