BenQ is all set to mark its presence in the PC market with its first all-in-one PC called the nScreen i91. Engineered to offer users a wide internet surfing experience, the nScreen i91 boasts of a really simple set-up which kind of gives it a household appliance-like effect.
Sporting a user-friendly interface, the nScreen i91 adorns a streamlined and attractive design that should add style to a user’s work area. The PC’s simple installation set up is more of a plug-and-play system that allows users to surf the internet after simply plugging in and switching on the device.
Incorporated with an 18.5 inch high definition widescreen that has an aspect ratio of around 16:9, the PC also includes a 1.3 megapixel webcam. The PC is also bundled with distinct photo-sharing software that can instantly transform the PC into a large digital photo frame.
“In our dedication to bringing enjoyment and quality to life, BenQ is committed to bringing innovative designs and ‘Looking Great’ products based on our understanding of consumers’ lifestyle and demands, ” mentioned Conway Lee, CEO and President of BenQ Corp.
He further remarked, “As consumers are looking for more in their Internet experience, BenQ will continue to release ‘n’ series products. In essence, ‘n’ is a trademark representing the joy and fulfillment that come with connection to the global Internet. Through the ‘n’ series, we expect to enhance consumers’ Internet experience, enrich their online enjoyment and help with their pursuit of a digital lifestyle.”
Additional features of the nScreen i91 PC include a virtual magnifier function with a senior mode to lower high audio frequencies and make sound clearer while making reading easier and upgradeable hard drives and memory chips. The PC also includes a knob on the bottom right that functions as a power button and a volume control just like a TV.
Besides the sleek and trendy form factor, the nScreen PC has also been designed to lower its impact on the environment. The PC saves energy by consuming 80% less power as against standard desktops. In addition to this, BenQ is also offering an optional nScreen handset that can be used in combination with the PC’s webcam to function as a simple Voice over Internet Protocol videophone.
The trendy BenQ nScreen i91 PC is expected to reach stores in China, Taiwan and other Asia markets by end of February, 2009. There is no word on the price of the new PC.