To coincide with the fifth anniversary, BQ presented today in Madrid the new portfolio entirely“Made in Spain”. Iberian society launches today new smartphones, tablets, 3D printers and products of educational robotics, in addition to the first draft of the Internet of things (IoT).
Aquaris X 5 has a 5 inch display with HD resolution and a density of 293ppi, a processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 412 with 3 GB of RAM, 2/306 Adreno GPU, 16/32 GB of onboard memory expandable, back camera with sensor Sony IMX 214 from 13 megapixel camera 5 megapixel front and support for LTE networks. It measures 144.4 x 70.5 x 7.5 mm to 148 grams in weight.
Aquaris X 5 will be available online at the BQ and its authorised dealers from November to 249.90 euros for the version with 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of onboard memory expandable.
During the “BQ Open Day” was announced a 5 year commercial warranty retroactively for new smartphones and for the range Aquaris M.
Aquaris M10 is the first European tablet with Dolby sound technology that propagates the Atmos, precisely to any point of the three-dimensional space. The device integrates a processor MediaTek MT8163 64-bit quad core with ARM Mali GPU T720 MP2, 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of onboard memory expandable, 812.11 a/b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS and FM radio.The display is a 10.1 inches in 16:10 report.
There are two versions: one with HD resolution, 5 megapixel rear camera and 2 front that will be sold at € 229.90 and one with Full HD resolution, 8 megapixel camera 5 megapixel front from posterioe and it will be sold at 259.90 euros. Both versions will be on the market in November.
Halu is the first project of Internet of things by BQ. It is a clever lamp designed, developed and manufactured in Spain. The design features a methacrylate optical disc that mixes the colors uniformly without shadows and improving the passage of light, and a base AL6082-T6 aluminum. The intensity and color of light are controlled using an app from your smartphone, tablet or computer. Besides, it is an open technology, therefore any person will be able to interact and develop new Halu API options.
Zowi is an educational robot Kit that can be programmed by children overcoming different levels of complexity. Zowi you can check with an app, disassemble and reassemble. Their projects will be shared. Zowi will be available online at the BQ and its authorised dealers from November to 99.90 euros.
BQ has also announced two new 3D printers: Witbox 2 and Hephestos 2. The first is aimed at professional use. Hephestos 2, however, has a vision of education, because it is you who must assemble it. Both offer software improvements such as a new user interface with a graphic LCD making it easier on hardware improvements: new extruder, new electronics and a new automatic levelling. All developed from BQ.
Witbox 2 and 2 will be available in the online shop of Hephestos BQ and its authorised dealers from November to 799.00 € 1,690.00 € and, respectively.