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BenQ Eyes Education with Short-Throw Projectors

BenQ rolled out its new Short-Throw series of education projectors at last week's InfoComm 2010. The series emphasizes 3D technology as well as short-throw projection for whiteboard use. 6/16/2010 12:15 AM Eastern

BenQ Eyes Education with Short-Throw Projectors

BenQ rolled out its new Short-Throw series of education projectors at last week's InfoComm 2010. The series emphasizes 3D technology as well as short-throw projection for whiteboard use.

BenQ rolled out its new Short-Throw series of education projectors at last week's InfoComm 2010. The series emphasizes 3D technology as well as short-throw projection for whiteboard use.

The MP780 ST includes a PointDraw pen that adds whiteboard interactivity without the whiteboard, allowing the user to draw wherever the image is projected. The projector also is integrated with 3D technology and a microphone input.

The MX712 UST also features 3D technology, a microphone input, and short-throw projection, but it boasts a 0.3 throw ratio that enables a 78-inch image size from only 48 centimeters away, suiting it for a space-challenged venue such as a small classroom or meeting room.

The Short-Throw series also includes the stereoscopic MP772 ST, MP782 ST, and MP776 ST with a 0.6 throw ratio. The MP525 ST, with two built-in 5-watt loudspeakers and an HDMI connection, features a 0.9 throw ratio.

While at InfoComm, BenQ also showcased its SP890 full HD Business Auditorium series projector. Displayed in 4,000AL for a bold image, even in ambient light according to the company, the projector supports multiple video formats and displays 1080p content. The SP890 is further distinguished by Hollywood Quality Video (HQV) processing, a 16,000:1 contrast ratio, horizontal and vertical lens shift, and a 1.5:1 zoom ratio.

 


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