BenQ launches worlds smallest wireless projector
(Al Bawaba Via Thomson Dialog NewsEdge)Digital lifestyle leader BenQ has launched CP120, the worlds smallest wireless XGA projector. The CP120 goes on to prove how BenQs superior R&D rolls out unmatched and never-seen-before technology into the projection industry and consolidates its leadership of the digital display technology market in the Middle East.
The worlds smallest wireless projector packs in a mean performance and is designed specifically for mobile users. Weighing only 1.3 kg, this model delivers brightness of 1500 lumens, 1024 x 768 resolution and a contrast ratio of 2000:1. This combination of high brightness, superior resolution, outstanding contrast, extensive input support, and portability makes the BenQ CP120 ideal for multi-use: on the road, in the boardroom, or in the home.
"These stylish projectors have a compact form factor and wireless connectivity to simplify setup," said Robert Dung, managing director, BenQ Middle East and Africa. "They are easy to use with easy switching among multiple presenters. The imaging market is peaking in terms of competitiveness and value creation for customers is a focal point for us. By introducing innovative, well-designed and affordable technology, we have been able to grow our business in the projection technology segment in the region. We are dominant player in the regional projector market, and new products like the CP120 will cement our lead." BenQ leads the digital projector market in Saudi Arabia with a 26 per cent market share in 2005, according to research analysts Decision Tree Consulting. The company increased its share of the market from 22 per cent at the beginning of 2005 to take the lead in the Middle Easts largest market.
"Every business has different needs. One business will need a light-weight projector which is portable and accessible; while another needs a bigger model which comes with large speakers for cutting-edge sound. Our projector range covers all the bases, and is designed to satisfy any business, whatever its needs. We are also seeing strong growth in the home theatre market, as projectors provide better quality images, and become smaller, easier to use and more affordable," Dung added.
The BenQ Group currently comprises ten companies that operate independently while sharing resources and leveraging synergies among them. The BenQ Group companies include AU Optronics Corporation, the worlds third largest manufacturer of LCD panels; Darfon Electronics Corporation; Daxon Technology Inc; Airoha Technology Corporation; Copax Photonics Corporation; Darly Venture Inc; BenQ Guru Software Co., Ltd; Philips BenQ Digital Storage; and Cando Corporation. 2004 revenues for BenQ Group exceeded US$10.8 billion dollars.
BenQ Corporation consists of five main business groups and units-Display and Imaging, Networking and Communications, Digital Media, Computer Products, and Storage Business. Although these business groups and units encompass a broad range of products, each retains a focus on providing consumer-oriented solutions designed especially for the digital lifestyle. 2004 revenues exceeded US$5.1 billion dollars.
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