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BenQ Releases S1420 Orange Anti-Shake Handheld Camera

BenQ Releases S1420 Orange Anti-Shake Handheld Camera

Also they have some models who love their product so much, they put the logo on their skin. BenQ must be really, really awesome. They've released a new camera: S1420, a lovely orange-only addition to their S-series. This S1420 camera has a whopping 14 megapixels to its name, but its main selling point is it's Optical Image Stabilizer, a powerful blurry shot preventer indeed. It also features a 26mm wide-angle lens, 5x optical zoom, and HDR II image enhancement technology that "helps keep colors true to life," even in high contrast situations.

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BenQ XL2410T 23-Inch LED Gaming Monitor Announced

BenQ XL2410T 23-Inch LED Gaming Monitor Announced

For PC gamers, spending money to get the best rig possible is all part of the game, and the adventure. Building your dream machine is the ultimate goal, and companies all over the world want to take part in your endeavor, by offering you the latest and greatest in technology. BenQ has just announced their latest effort in the display market, by unveiling their XL2410T 23-inch gaming monitor, with plenty of features packed in to make any PC gamer drool.

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BenQ DC T1260 12MP touchscreen camera with high contrast processing spotted

BenQ DC T1260 12MP touchscreen camera with high contrast processing spotted

BenQ have outed their latest digital camera, the point-and-shoot DC T1260, and as well as offering a 12-megapixel CCD, wide-angle 4x optical zoom and the company's HDR image enhancement technology - which combines multiple frames to work around high contrast images having reduced visibility - there's also a touchscreen for easier control.  The T1260 follows hot on the heels of the DC E1260, spotted earlier this week, which has the HDR system but lacks the 3-inch touchscreen.

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BenQ offers new GL2030M and GL2030AM LCDs

BenQ offers new GL2030M and GL2030AM LCDs

Saving power is a good thing but when you can combine tech that saves power and offers better performance it's a great thing. Such is the case with LED backlit displays for computers. We first saw LED displays in the notebook market where the power savings meant longer battery life. LED displays are now becoming more common in the desktop market as well.

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MID development slashed as manufacturer interest wanes?

MID development slashed as manufacturer interest wanes?

Many have accused Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) as being gadgets in dire search of a purpose, and despite Intel's push for the segment the talk out of Taipei is that the ultraportable touchscreen handhelds are having a difficult time finding traction among manufacturers.  DigiTimes is reporting that several companies originally signed up to Intel's Mobile Internet Device Innovation Alliance (MIDIA) have axed MID development, while those manufacturers who have actually shipped devices have only done so in numbers described as "very weak".

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