BenQ treVolo Wins Best Choice Award of Computex2015 The World’s First Portable Electrostatic Speaker

TAIPEI, TAIWAN, May 29nd, 2015 –BenQ treVolo, the world’s first portable electrostatic speaker, has been granted “2015 Best Choice Award” by Computex 2015, for its excellent performance in function, innovation, and market potential.

treVolo speaker

 TAIPEI, TAIWAN, May 29nd, 2015 –BenQ treVolo, the world’s first portable electrostatic speaker, has been granted “2015 Best Choice Award” by Computex 2015, for its excellent performance in function, innovation, and market potential.

 

The award is the latest addition to a string of honors for the cutting-edge product, including iF design award of Germany, CES innovation award of the U.S., silver prize of Taiwan Excellence Award, Golden Pin Design Award, and Golden Award for top 100 innovative products of the information-technology month in Taiwan, all in acknowledgement of its unique design featuring incorporation of the electrostatic diaphragm technology of high-end stereo into foldable twin wings, two-way sound production, delicate sound quality, and unique appearance. All of the exquisite design gives you simulated live listening experience and crisp, clear and clean tone soundstage for vocals and acoustic string music.

 

Visitors of Computex 2015 can have close encounter with the product, as it will be displayed in the Best Choice Award section in the Nangang Exhibition Hall of Taipei World Trade Center and the SmarTech Festival section in the TWTC Hall 3.

 

BenQ treVolo has been developed in cooperation with the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), Taiwan’s foremost industrial-technology research body. It combines the advantages of electrostatic loudspeaker and conventional cone loudspeaker, creating sound with pure quality, precise tone, transparent surrounding, and multiple details, as well as thick and solid base tone, on top of distinction and balance for the entire range of high, medium, and low sound. Moreover, BenQ invited professional tuners with over 25 years of experience from the U.S., Japan, and Taiwan to tune the device, enabling it to achieve optimal sound quality. Consequently, many international professional magazines and websites have strongly recommended the product to consumers.

 

 

l  Key Features

Electrostatic Diaphragm Technology

treVolo incorporates a quad-amplified design that utilizes two BenQ electrostatic panels with dual bass drivers and passive radiators, for flat frequency response to 90 dB, faithfully radiating a high level of audio detail from every angle to deliver precision vocals and harmonies the way they are meant to be heard.

Sound Reproduction

Vertical dispersion of the entire thin-film diaphragm offers bidirectional sound projection over a large surface area for a more detailed audio performance in just about any space.

Audio Distinctiveness

Quad amplified system with active DSP crossovers that provide seamless transitions from low to high ranges, enabling you to hear the details in your music.

Placement and Spatial Requirement

Sound is produced on both sides of the speaker, like a real instrument. This provides a spacious and natural sound.

Precision-Tuned Speaker & Quad Amplified Design

A precision-tuned speaker and quad amplifier design ensure precise bass performance while achieving balance and neutrality in the overall performance of mid- and high-range sounds.

BenQ TrueSound Technology

TrueSound can help improve sound quality on highly compressed legacy audio files and the detail in the higher ranges of the audio spectrum

Bluetooth® 4.1 aptX® with Line-out function

CD-quality aptX® Bluetooth® gives you the highest support for Bluetooth® signal transmission, and Line-out feature can turns the speaker into a high-quality wireless Bluetooth® signal receiver. So you can enjoy CD-like quality sound wirelessly from your smart devices to you mind-to karge-sized Hi-Fi system.

Equalizer Modes

treVolo gives you three built-in ambiance modes-Pure (green indicator light) with minimal equalization, Warm (red indicator light) with a slight increase in bass, and Vivid (blue indicator light) - that highlights lead voices and instruments such as guitar and saxophone