BenQ has introduced a range of sleek, designer Joybooks in India. The new series of notebooks includes the BenQ S32W, BenQ R43 and BenQ Q41. All the laptops are equipped with UltraVivid Technology and a true-to-life display. The UltraVivid Technology offers vibrant and sharp quality pictures even in variable lighting conditions.
Moreover the new notebooks are powered by Intel Core 2 Duo Processor, while they run on Windows Vista Premium.
The S32W model features a silver strip with a diamond-cut logo on the outside to match the artistic POP art pattern. It also boasts a 3D image embedded in the svelte aluminum body and a ripple textured touchpad.
On the other hand, the Q41 Joybook is especially designed for users who seek newer and unique features in their gadgets, claims BenQ. The Q41 Joybook model sports an auxiliary 2.5 inch screen on the outer panel allowing users to view photos, play games and listen to music even when the Joybook’s cover is shut.
The BenQ R43 Joybook has a polished deep black lid. Further, it features a band with an inscribed laminar film representing city skyline. It also gives a shimmering appearance to the notebook.
On the launch, Adrian Chang, President, BenQ Asia Pacific said, “BenQ has done exceedingly well in the digital lifestyle devices market in the Asia Pacific region and has been witnessing an increasing demand for computing products in India. India is a key market for us and with our entry into the laptop category with our Joybooks, our commitment to add delight to the digital life experience of the users is re-emphasized.”
The BenQ Joybooks range is available in the Indian market at the price starting at Rs.30, 000.