BenQ’s New SH910 and SH960 DLP projectors

BenQ has recently extended its DLP projector lineup with two new additions, offering Full HD 1080p image quality and ultra-high brightness.

Both new model codenamed SH910 and SH960, are equipped with Texas Instruments’ advanced DLP optical engine and offer a host of installation and placement features. The SH960 boasts dual-lamp system with with 5500 ANSI lumen brightness, 3000:1 contrast and 1.5x zoom ratio. It is able to transforms multiple low-resolution video sources into HD-like resources with HQVTM, it also has two 5W built-in speakers and offers LAN Control functions. With its Lens Shift feature, the projector can shift the projection image up to ±125% vertically and ±40% horizontally, giving users great flexibility in projector placement.

BenQ SH960 projector

The other model, SH910 offers high brightness of 4000 ANSI lumens, contrast ratio of 3000:1 and can display images, ranging between 24”-300”. It also utilizes USB Display to deliver PC-less presentations with a simple plug ‘n play, supports LAN Display, has two 10W SRS-certified built-in speakers and extensive connectivity, including HDMI.

BENQ SH910 DLP projector

BenQ’s new Full HD projectors are now available worldwide with prices depending on region.

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