Mobile Internet Device from BenQ—Shake It Like a Polaroid Picture

We've already seen a video of BenQ's imaginatively named "mobile internet device" (you can call it MID) in action, but more details have been emerging about the touchscreen device, with its customized UI, in Barcelona this week—including the intriguing news that you can shake it, rather like an Etch-A-Sketch, to… »2/13/08 7:17am2/13/08 7:17am

Confirmed: Xbox 360 Elite Doesn't Use Super-Quiet BenQ Drives

If you remember back to our Xbox 360 DVD drive comparison, you'll remember that the order of quietness in the units went Toshiba-Samsung loudest (the launch drives), Hitachi-LG in the middle, and BenQ LiteOn-Philips quietest (all Xboxes manufactured after November '06). So which do you think the Xbox 360 Elite would… »4/27/07 3:28pm4/27/07 3:28pm

BenQ-Mobile Being Hocked on Ebay: What Would Gizmodo Do?

If you remember, back in September BenQ canned their German mobile phone division. After months and months of failed attempts of searching for a buyer, BenQ has decided to sell it all on Ebay. Yes, you can own everything from the office plants to computers to furniture and probably a hell of a lot of phones (that may… »2/28/07 1:45pm2/28/07 1:45pm

BenQ's E610 and C610: 6-Megapixel Entry Level Cameras for Newbies

BenQ still fancies itself a player in the digital camera scene and has two more lower end digital cameras for you. You've got the 6.1-megapixel E610 and 6.0-megapixel C610, both of which are aimed at digital camera newcomers. Of the two, the C610 is the more basic, having only a 2.0-inch screen whereas the E610's… »1/22/07 11:45am1/22/07 11:45am