Aiptek International GmbH (Affordable Innovative Personal Technologies) is a manufacturer of consumer electronics products. The company was founded in 1997 in Hsinchu, Taiwan. Aiptek mainly produces pico projectors, camcorders, graphic tablets, and digitizers, as well as photo frames and 3D products. Since January 14, 2003, Aiptek has been listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol 6225.
Aiptek has offices in Shanghai (China), Irvine (California), and Willich (North Rhine-Westphalia).
As of 2021, the company is headquartered in Willich, Germany, and specializes in mobile projection products.
Aiptek Inc. was created in 1997, starting the development and production of graphics tablets to create drawings on computers, and expanding to include products such as the Hyperpen. The brand became internationally recognized in 2000, with the roll-out of the PenCam, which sold more than 2.5 million units in a short period. In 2006, the company launched the world's first digital frame with an embedded camera to digitize analog photos. In 2010, Aiptek developed the Pocket Cinema V10, one of the first mobile projectors available in the worldwide market, followed by a series of other models. Along with devices for laptops, iPads, iPhones, and iPods, Aiptek also launched "comical" designs such as the Ghetto Blaster and Karaoke function.