As for visuals, the unit hosts an anti-flare 13.3” WXGA display, along with a built-in Radeon graphics card and a 1.3MP web-camera. More importantly, the Lite T131 is equipped with a plethora of connectivity options, making it especially useful for on-the-go professionals or even stay-at-home workers as well. It can handle Bluetooth, SD cards, and of course, USB flash drives. And its connectivity is based off both Ethernet and WiFi, giving it the flexibility to be used nearly anywhere. The BenQ Joybook Lite T131 was released in China during June of 2009, and is available in two distinct colors: pristine now white OR opulent midnight blue.