BenQ annouces new short-throw projectors

BenQ annouces new short-throw projectors

BenQ has started the week with introduction of three new interactive whiteboard projectors – the MX850UST and MW851UST and the MX813ST.

The new short-throw projectors use filter-free DLP engine design and are equipped BenQ’s lastest SmartEco and Philips’ ImageCare technology and promising “uncompromised brightness, exquisite picture quality and optimized lamp life.”

TheMX850UST  model offer 1024 x 768 native resolution with 0.4:1 throw-ratio, the MW851UST 1280 x 800- 13,000:1 contrast ratio and same throw-ratio , MX813ST has (1280 x 800)  resolution and 0.6:1 throw-ratio. The projectors also offer 3D capabilities, LAN support for PC-less control and management, built-in speakers, Smart Eco Mode, which adjusts the lamp power to maximize power saving, and wide range of I/O interfaces.

The BenQ’s new projectors  will be available for the worldwide market from September.

Source:BenQ

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