BenQ today announces the exhibition of its various next-generation mobile devices at this year’s Mobile World Congress.
Visitors to the event can expect to see BenQ’s maiden Mobile Internet Device (MID) which combines the advantages of a notebook and a smartphone, as well as its new NFC-enabled (Near Field Communications) T80 smartphone and the trendy, ultra-slim T60 mobile phone.
BenQ’s MID, embedded with Intel Menlow platform, features BenQ’s unique user interface that allows multiple windows for a full interactive Internet experience similar to PCs. It also supports WiFi to give users fast Internet connectivity to enjoy instant audio, visual and multimedia content. The MID is going to be the inseparable companion that users bring with them on-the-go for multimedia enjoyment anytime, anywhere.
BenQ T80 is the first NFC-enabled smartphone to be built on Windows Mobile 6 offering users a familiar PC-like environment. Users of BenQ T80 smartphone can use their phones to make contactless credit and cash payment, pay for public transport, enjoy e-wallet services and access home security systems. T80 is also DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance)-compliant and can be integrated into any DLNA-compliant digital entertainment system. Targeting the fashion-conscious, the new BenQ T60 mobile phone is eye-catching with its trendy and ultra-slim design. It boasts a big 2.2-inch screen to enhance users’ viewing pleasure and is only 8.9 mm thick.
“The Mobile World Congress 2008 is undoubtedly one of the most important events, highly anticipated by every mobile device provider and the entire mobile industry,” Peter Chen, General Manager of Technology Product Center, BenQ Corporation said. “Not only is BenQ’s participation in this year’s congress evidence of our successful collaborations with our partners, it also showcases BenQ’s impressive results in design, research and development. We will continue to strive for innovation and creativity to move with the times and fulfill different consumers’ needs.”