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BenQ Intros 27-inch Display with VA Panel and LED-Backlit

BenQ announced a new 27-inch LED-backlit LCD monitor, the EW2730V. It makes use of a vertical-alignment (VA) panel with LED-backlit illumination, giving viewing angles of 178/178 degrees. It offers full-HD resolution (1920 x 1080), with a contrast ratio (static) of 3,000:1. VA panels are said to offer better color reproduction compared to TN-film panels. The monitor looks to be very slim, with a piano-black bezel and a brushed metal stand that has the display connectivity. Unfortunately that the biggest picture on the web, of this mysterious display.

BenQ Intros EW2420 Vertical Alignment LED Monitor

BenQ released its latest EW2420 VA monitor to the European market. The 24" LED-backlit LCD monitor makes use of vertical alignment technology to further enhance the viewing angles to 178°/178°. The panel has a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, with a response time of 8 ms GTG, dynamic contrast ratio of 20,000,000:1; and brightness of 250 cd/m². Display connectors include DVI, HDMI, and D-Sub, it packs 1.5W stereo speakers. Backed by a 3 year warranty, BenQ's EW2420 is priced around €186.

Source: Softpedia

BenQ Releases The 3D-Affine XL2410T Monitor

BenQ has finally released its talked about 120 Hz 3D-ready display, the XL2410T. This 23.6" display is best suited for 3D and gaming in general. The high refresh rate ensures each 3D plane is given a 60 Hz refresh rate, ensuring minimal flicker when viewing 3D video or playing games. The high refresh rate is complimented with 2 ms (GTG) response time. Apart from that, the display uses a TN-panel with LED backlit illumination. The screen is full-HD (1920 x 1080) capable, with 10,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, and 300 cd/m². Display inputs include DVI, HDMI, and D-Sub. The stand allows height and tilt adjustments. Set to reach stores in Europe first (in October), pre-orders opened, priced around €350.

Source: FlatpanelsHD

BenQ Intros Two LED-Backlit HD Displays

BenQ will release two new full-HD LCD monitors to the market, the 21.5 inch G2222HDL and 24-inch G2420HDBL. The two are characterized by LED backlit illumination, and share nearly identical specifications which include glossy black frames, native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixel TN panels, 5 ms response time, 1,000:1 contrast ratio with 5,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, brightness of 250 cd/m², and connectivity which includes DVI and D-Sub. The G2222HDL and G2420HDBL are expected to be priced at £149 and £169, respectively, available from this week.

Source: TechConnect Magazine

BenQ nScreen i221 All-in-One PC Surfaces

BenQ is in the expansion mode with its all-in-one PC lineup. Almost a month ago, the company's nScreen i91 surfaced, characterized by the AMD "Yukon" ULV platform that drives it. The company's Japanese division is out with another such PC: the nScreen i221. This model is the larger model, with a 21.5-inch HD LCD display, with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. On the inside, the hardware remains the same as with the nScreen i91: an AMD Sempron 210U 1.50 GHz CPU that's non-upgradable, 1 GB of DDR2 memory, AMD 690E core-logic with ATI Radeon X1200 integrated graphics, and 160 GB of storage. On the peripherals front, it features a 1.3 MP web camera, 4-in-1 digital card reader, and connectivity that includes WiFi, and Ethernet. The nScreen i221 is expected to be launched globally by October.

Source: TechConnect Magazine

Acer, HP, Dell and Lenovo Included in China Stimulus Program, ASUS Rejected

DigiTimes recently reported that four out of the top-five branded PC vendors – Dell, Hewlett-Packard (HP), Lenovo and Acer – have been listed as branded PC products eligible for subsidies under the China government's rural stimulus program, and as a result are expected to enjoy increased sales in the China market in 2009. However, the number five ASUS did not gain the government's approval. According to ASUS that's because the company market their PC products under multiple tradenames. BenQ was another company not to find favor with the Chinese government. Exact details concerning the deal between the listed manufacturers and the Chinese government are still unclear.Source: DigiTimes

BenQ Intros nScreen i91 All-in-One PC

BenQ introduced its newest product: the nScreen i91 All-in-One PC. The PC uses a monolithic design with the head-unit housing the system and a 19 inch 16:9 widescreen HD dislpay. For a change, BenQ opts for the AMD Yukon-based Sempron 210U processor instead of Intel Atom. Other pieces of hardware include 1 GB of DDR2 memory, 160 GB of storage space, a card-reader and built-in 1.3 MP webcam.

The bottom-right of the screen holds a rotary-switch that controls volume and power, TV-style. BenQ rates this PC to consume up to 80% less power in comparison to conventional desktop PCs, with its consumption rated at around 30W. The company is planning to make something similar using Intel's Atom processor. This nScreen i91 will be available at around $512 from the end of this month in Asian markets.

Source: Expreview

BenQ Launches Full Line-up of G-Series 16:9 LCD Monitors

BenQ, a world-leading display provider and pioneer in the 16:9 aspect ratio, launched today their new G Series of Full HD 1080p LCD monitors, with 10 models ranging from 15.6” wide to 24” wide. Blending solid reliability with must-have features, the G Series specifically aims to make 16:9 Full HD/HD viewing more affordable than ever for consumers. This new series joins BenQ’s already extensive offerings under the M and E Series, and reaffirms BenQ as the ultimate 16:9 Full HD/HD solution provider for high-end multimedia to value performance needs.

NVIDIA Pioneers New Hybrid Graphics for Select Notebooks

Notebook PC makers and users desire the realism and performance of a discrete graphics processing unit (GPU), but they still demand maximum battery life. Now Sony, Fujitsu Siemens, and BenQ have announced the availability of notebooks that let users dynamically switch between a discrete NVIDIA GeForce GPU and Intel Centrino 2 integrated graphics without rebooting, giving users the choice of more visual computing performance or reducing power demands to extend battery life.

All GeForce 9M Series GPUs support the hybrid graphics feature, but the notebook must be designed to support the technology. The hybrid graphics feature is currently available in the following new notebook models:

BenQ Launches 18.5-inch 16:9 720p LCD Monitors

Monitor manufacturer BenQ marked the end of this week with two new 16:9 aspect ratio PC monitors. BenQ's E900HD/HDA and G900HD/HDA both utilize 18.5-inch panel that boasts 1366x768 16:9 wide resolution, exactly the same as the one used in modern 720p-capable HDTVs. These monitors are better-suited for watching HD content, because they remove the black bars you see on other non 16:9 monitors when watching high definition video files. BenQ reports that both monitors have 2-lamp backlight design, 5ms response time, a 300-nit brightness, 10,000:1 DCR (dynamic contrast ratio) and 170/160 (L/R;U/D) viewing angles. BenQ’s exclusive Senseye+Photo Image Technology which delivers five pre-set modes for your everyday needs is also incorporated in both models. Also BenQ G900HD adds stereo speakers and a headphone jack in the mix. Finally both monitors allow DVI (with HDCP) and VGA connections.

Source: BenQ

BenQ Launches Joybook R45

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.

BenQ Launches World’s Slimmest 24-Inch Widescreen LCD Monitor

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 Launches Dual Screen Notebook

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 Launches X Series Monitors

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.

HTPC Or Joybook ?

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.

Source: BenQ

BenQ to Become Qisda

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 Introduces New FP93GW/FP93GWa LCD Monitors

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 Unveils Ideal Display for Gamers


BenQ added today the new FP241VW LCD monitor to its product line. The FP241VW features sleek exterior design, BenQ’s exclusive Senseye+gaming technology, PerfectMotion dynamic video processing technology that effectively eliminates ghosting and motion blurs, HDMI interface and an ultra-fast 12ms MPRT (Motion Picture Response Time). Other specifications include 1920x1200 resolution, 0.270 pixel pitch, 1000:1 contrast ratio and 178/178(CR>=10) H/V viewing angles. The FP241VW fully supports video resolution of 1080p and features HDMI interface which allows easy connection to HD enabled equipment such as HD DVD players, and game consoles. The FP241VW also supports various inputs including DVI-D and D-sub for maximum compatibility. The FP241VW is currently available Taiwan, China, US and Japan markets.Source: BenQ

BenQ Introduces LCD Monitors Featuring Senseye+Photo Technology

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

BenQ enters the MP3 player market with MusiQ players

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.

Source: The Register

BenQ Launches the World’s Fastest 19-inch LCD Monitor


BenQ today launched the world’s fastest 19-inch LCD monitor, the BenQ FP93G X+, targeting PC and online gamers. The FP93G X+ features an ultra-fast 2ms gray-to-gray response time, a super-slim 13mm bezel and a high contrast ratio of 800:1. The monitor offers optimum viewing experience with its clean, refreshing super slim bezel design, making it a great décor for both home and office.
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