BenQ Joybook R43 notebook unveiled

Posted on Saturday, Nov 24 2007 @ 06:55 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
BenQ unveiled a new 14.1" notebook - the Joybook R43. The system is powered by Intel Core 2 Duo processors and features Windows Vista.
Inspired by the lights from the windows at city night, the BenQ Joybook R43 is designed to capture the spirit of a great metropolis. The Joybook R43 features a deep black lid accented by a unique ornamental band. The unique ornamental band was imprinted with Laminar Film technology to outline a great metropolis’ skyline in pop art style. Consumers can see points of illumination appear, particularly when the ambient light is low. The nocturnal urban feel is extended when users open the lid, displaying a luminous blue-lit power button and indicator lights.

Equipped with a vivid 14.1” widescreen panel, the Joybook R43 benefits from BenQ's exclusive UltraVivid technology, with DBEF (Display Brilliance Enhancement Film) increasing screen brightness and sharpening details. As a result, users are able to experience a higher quality viewing no matter what is playing on the screen. The Joybook R43 is also outfitted with BenQ’s QData Trove technology that ensures information security. With a single press of Alt and F10 keys, a backup of the entire system drive can be initiated into a single designated image file.

Featuring Intel Core 2 Duo processor and SiS Mirage 3+ chipset with Windows Vista operating system, the Joybook R43 provides multimedia applications, digital home features in combination with performance and data security. The Joybook R43 also allows easy access to the Internet using high-speed Wi-fi networks, and connects easily to Bluetooth-capable phones and peripherals, such as mice and keyboards. Whether at work or at play, consumers can enjoy the freedom of going online, listening to music, and linking to other devices without the constraints and hassles of cables.


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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.



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