Sonim Technologies, a US based mobile telecoms company, today announced the European launch of the new Sonim XP1, an IP-54 certified, mil-spec approved, Bluetooth and Push-To-Talk enabled GSM phone, by starting the "World's Toughest Phone Tour" beginning in Sweden.
Engineered to meet the needs of people who work outside the office and outdoor sports enthusiasts, the Sonim XP1 works well in harsh environments. Certified to withstand shock, water, wind, dust, dirt and extreme temperatures, the Sonim XP1 is the only certified phone designed specifically for the lives of people who work in demanding conditions.
So confident are SonimTech over the durability of the phone, they are inviting bloggers and journalists across Europe to "torture test" the phone by sending them a new XP1m along with a illustrated how-to guide.
As well as being very shock water-resistant, the Sonim XP1 is backed by an Unconditional 3 year warranty - and a lifetime warranty for the phone housing with immediate in-store replacement if needed - the XP1 is the only phone that doesn't compromise on capability, durability or style.
Joakim Wiklund, co-founder of Sonim Technologies comments: "Research commissioned by us indicated that 70% of outdoor workers refrain from using their phones in the workplace because the phone might break, and 40% have broken their mobile phone in the last year, and common reasons are damage from humidity, dropping and crushing the phone. We are aiming to provide a solution to this problem."
The "World's Toughest" tour starts in Stockholm on December 3rd, and the tour will stop by Orebro, Eskilstuna, Vasteras, Norrkoping, Jonkoping, Goteborg, Halmstad, Helsingborg, Malmo and Uppsala before it ends in Stockholm on December 23rd.
The tour will visit construction sites, DIY/building material stores and retailers to demonstrate, discuss and torture-test the phone.
BenQ today announces the launch of its new X series LCD monitors — the BenQ 19" X900, wide 19" X900W, wide 20" X2000W and wide 22" X2200W. Monitors support the Senseye+Game, PerfectMotion and AMA technologies.
BenQ's X series LCD monitor are colored black and feature checkered flag pattern at base. Equipped with Senseye+Game technology, X series provides six specialized display modes (Standard, Dynamic, Movies, Photos, Action Game and Racing Game) to widen the viewing experiences.
BenQ's exclusive Senseye+Game Technology automatically improves image quality.
By using the AMA Technology, BenQ improves the gray to gray response time for clearer images. Consumers can see a more realistic picture quality without any ghosts or lagging while watching DVDs or playing games. To improve video performance, BenQ LCD monitors also come equipped with HDMI, allowing easy connection of HD enabled equipment such as HD DVD players and the latest gaming consoles.
Furthermore, PerfectMotion technology and 92% color gamut are embedded into the higher-end BenQ X2200W. PerfectMotion is a new technology, a dynamic video display processing technology that creates a new standard for LCD monitors – Motion Picture Response Time (MPRT). According to the press release, PerfectMotion can provide the 8ms MPRT while other typical panels provide over 20ms MPRT. The 92% color gamut provides higher saturation of color space.
BenQ X2000W and X2200W will be available in China and select countries across Asia Pacific and Europe in December. BenQ X900W will be available in the U.S. and China starting December. BenQ X900 will be availabe in select coutries across Europe starting December.
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