BenQNamed one of the Top 100 IT companies in BusinessWeek three years in a row, BenQ has manufacturing plants in China, Taiwan, Malaysia and Mexico. Formerly Acer Communications & Multimedia, the name BenQ was adopted in December 2001.
BenQ's product lines are managed by four business groups: Imaging Network (scanners, optical drives, digital cameras, color laser printers), Digital Media (Digital Hub, projectors, LCD TV's, MP3 players/USB flash drives, plasma displays, multi-functional DVD), Network Display (LCD monitors, CRT monitors, smart displays) and Networking & Communications (GSM/GPRS/CDMA/CDMA2000 mobile phones, wireless LAN, home networking, SOHO routers, smart phones, wireless PDAs, wireless modules).
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