Two new ones from BenQ, the quite similarly specced P52 (pictured) and R55 Joybooks. Both laptops feature 15.4-inch WXGA displays with 200 nits of brightness and 16ms response times and weigh 6.2 pounds, but the P52 goes for an AMD Turion 64 X2 processor, while the R55 sports Intel's Core 2 Duo chip. Both Joybooks are also privy to Bluetooth 2.0 and S-Video. For graphics, the P52 has the 256MB ATI Mobility Radeon X1600, while the R55 goes for the 256MB GeForce Go 7400 from NVIDIA. The Intel model also has SPDIF sound, while its AMD sibling has a DVI-D port, but we're in the dark in regards to the rest of the specs, and price and availability prove equally evasive. At least these two desktop replacements are looking sharp, though they do seem to be Korean bound, so it's not like we're going to get much action with these anyways.

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BenQ busts out P52 and R55 dual core Joybooks