Tuesday, April 8, 2008

BenQ Products

BenQ comes to announce its two new video projectors ultra-light, the SP870 and SP831, which respectively offer a brightness of 5000 lumens and 4000 lumens, BrilliantColor technology, HQV (Hollywood Quality Video), and a resolution of 1280x768. Pas plus d'infos pour l'instant mais une sortie prévue pour ce trimestre. No further information at this time but a planned release for this quarter.

BenQ has released a couple of DLP projectors for the masses - the SP870 and SP831 that will reside comfortably in the 4,000-plus ANSI lumen category. Those two won't be alone for long though as BenQ has more models planned for this year. The BenQ SP870 (5000 ANSI lumen) and SP831 (4000 ANSI lumen) will come with a fair bit of enhancements which will optimize lamp output for exceptional color, clarity and brilliance despite being in a brightly lit environment. They're not meant for use at home, but are more suitable at lecture halls, auditoriums, board rooms and museums instead. With a contrast ratio of 2,000:1, viewing fine details like text, data, spreadsheets and charts in razor-sharp clarity and precise color would be a snap.

BenQ MP771 DLP Projector

Wish you could enjoy a big-screen show, but don't think the space you have in mind is large enough? Then the BenQ MP771 is your small-space solution. That's because this premium, high-brightness XGA projector has an amazing short-throw ratio, enabling large-screen projection from a close range. It's perfect for places where space is limited, like partition rooms, small conference rooms, lecture halls or classrooms where physical layout forces the projector to be up close to the screen.

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