BenQ enters the Digital Cameras segment

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BenQ has launched its latest digital camera in DC 1300 (1.3 Megapixels) that is sleek, slim and fits your pocket. The company expects to roll out more models subsequently. This is expected to bolster BenQ's product portfolio in the Imaging Segment. 

The BenQ Digital Camera 1300's sleek and elegant appearance draws from a striking pearl-white shell that also provides a luxuriously textured feel. This 1.3 mega-pixels digital camera not only looks great, but also lets you easily and reliably captures photographs with rich and vibrant colors. 

Moreover, the BenQ Digital Camera 1300 can even record video with sound and serve as a video-conferencing device. With a wealth of capabilities within its diminutive form, the BenQ Digital Camera 1300 is much more than just a digital camera.


Mumbai based Roop Technologies has been appointed by BenQ India as its Regional Distributor. Umang Mehta, Director, Roop Technologies, said, "We would leverage our strengths in terms of reach, promoting the concept of digital lifestyle products in general and BenQ's range of Imaging and Inputs products in particular."

While Roop Technologies would cover the markets in the Western India and Andhra Pradesh, the BenQ digital cameras will also be available through IT Eastern Distribution for Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry, Micromax for North and Byte Peripherals for Madhya


BenQ's range of Imaging products comprise Scanners and Digital cameras. BenQ offers a complete range of scanners comprising 640P (Parallel Port), 4300U (600 dpi x 1200 dpi - USB), 5300U, 5000E, 5000U (1200 dpi x 2400 dpi - USB), 640BT (600 dpi x 1200 dpi-transparency scanners) and 7400 UT (1200 x 2400 dpi - USB transparency scanners). 

In the Input segment, BenQ's range currently comprises an entry level PS2/AT Keyboard and three keyboards in the Multimedia segment that includes an entry level , a high end keyboard with knob and an Internet keyboard - 6511 X. BenQ also offer an optical mouse and a Mechanical mouse. 

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