BenQ to revive MP3 player presence in Taiwan, to launch MP3 handsets this quarter
Daniel Shen, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES
After shifting production and marketing of its Joybee series MP3 players from Taiwan to China in late 2005, BenQ, will revive its presence in the Taiwan market for MP3 players by developing new models and launching new handsets equipped with MP3 playback...
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