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BenQ Introduces Ultra-Compact CP220c Digital Projector

BenQ introduces the ultra-compact CP220c digital projector, a highly portable presentation tool for mobile professionals. The CP220c projects native XGA resolution (1024x768) and features a brightnes 12/05/2007 7:00 AM Eastern

BenQ Introduces Ultra-Compact CP220c Digital Projector

Dec 5, 2007 12:00 PM




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BenQ introduces the ultra-compact CP220c digital projector, a highly portable presentation tool for mobile professionals. The CP220c projects native XGA resolution (1024x768) and features a brightness of 2000 ANSI lumens along with the world-class Carl Zeiss lens for superior optical performance. Weighing 3.96lbs. (1.8kg), the CP220c can be easily carried from room to room and is equipped with a wide range of features including Off-and-Go function, realtime auto keystone, and auto-source detection.

The CP220c’s handy Off-and-Go function enables users to unplug the projector immediately after giving a presentation because the CP220c has a built-in circuit system that allows the cooling fan to continue operating even after it is unplugged. The real time auto keystone automatically checks projector’s tilting angle and corrects the projected image immediately without the need for user intervention. The CP220c also features a security protection function that prevents unauthorized use by requiring that the correct password be entered before an input source is accepted. It also arrives with a full-function remote control and a variety of PC and video connectivity options for optimal compatibility.

BenQ has incorporated exclusive color matching technology in the CP220c to ensure faithful color reproduction. This technology achieves greater color accuracy and balances color saturation through the Golden Ratio Color Wheel, while enlarging the color gamut and using sophisticated gamma adjustments to more precisely reproduce the colors present in the original input image for the best possible viewing experience. Moreover, by adhering to the sRGB (Standard Red, Green and Blue) standard, the color profiles of the CP220c remain true to the originals.




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