BenQ Introduces the World’s First Wearable Digital Camera

BenQ Introduces the World’s First Wearable Digital Camera


City of Industry, Calif.- BenQ (formerly Acer Communications and Multimedia), an industry leader in digital lifestyle devices, today announced the latest edition to their product line-up – the ultra hip and stylish Digital Camera 300mini (DC 300mini). The smallest digital camera on the market, weighing in at a mere 1.7 ounces, BenQ’s DC 300mini offers the power of dual-mode image capture (digital still and digital video) all in a lightweight design that proves “big things [really DO] come in small packages.” Offered at $99, this camera will be available online and at local consumer retail outlets immediately.

With BenQ products, technology is paramount but so is style, which is why the DC 300mini boasts a cool geometric motif, complemented by a striking gray, orange and pearly white color scheme. But style without function is pointless which is why the BenQ DC 300mini is crammed full of high-end features that make this camera the perfect blend of beauty and brawn. Features such as digital photography, PC camera capabilities, video photography (ideal for Web conferencing), built-in 8MB internal memory (allows for hassle-free storage of up to 107 images – the equivalent of three rolls of traditional film) and simplified, direct USB connection to a desktop or notebook PC without cables or the inconvenience of docking stations (simply plug the camera, itself, into the USB connector) all serve to make this camera a lifestyle “must-have.”

And, BenQ thoughtfully packages these powerful features in a device hardly larger than a box of matches making this the digital camera that will never be left home. For added convenience, this camera utilizes the latest in CMOS technology, offering extreme battery efficiency, to ensure that you’ll never miss that special photo moment.