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Wednesday, December 28, 2005
BenQ Offers LCD Exchange Scheme


BenQ has launched the 'Welcome 2006 Offer', on BenQ LCD Monitors for its customers.

The offer applicable through the channel for the end users is valid on exchange of color CRT monitors in working condition. BenQ maintains that this scheme according to the company proves that it is sensitive to customer's desires and aspirations.

The users of CRT monitors can now exchange the bulky monitors with brand new BenQ LCD monitors at a price of Rs 8999, (the price is exclusive of handling charges, local tax levies etc). This offer started on 21 December and will last till 31 January 2006 across the country.

Ish Bawa, Marcom Manager, BenQ said, "The trend is shifting tremendously with customers and the present CRT monitor users are opting for LCD, flat and radiation free monitors as the users usually use the computer for a long time and health becomes a concern. The LCD monitor saves up to 30 to 40 percent of electricity and the durability is a minimum of 4 to 5 years, while the normal CRT monitor gives only 2 to 3 years of efficient service."

"We are providing 15" and 17" monitors. Few of our 17" monitors come with the new Advanced Motion Accelerator (AMA) technology that helps high-density games to be viewed and played with sharp and better clarity. We have been listed among the top 3 brands in LCD monitors in the last three quarters. With this offer we intend to offer the customers a good deal on their new LCD monitor by taking their old CRT monitors. The whole idea behind this offer is to be affordable and cool," added Bawa.

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