BenQ to get second investor

BenQ has reportedly attracted yet another group of investors, led by Sentex Sensing Technologies, to acquire the lagging mobile phone maker. Sentex plans to prop BenQ up as a manufacturer of high-end mobile phones for Europe. The report comes shortly after a German-American group of investors, led by Hansjorg Beha, made a similar bid. If BenQ Mobile does not find a buyer soon, it looks likely that current investors will pull the plug, since the company has suffered tremendous brand damage.

For more on BenQ's exit strategy:
- see this article from Infoworld

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