As well as its ISE focus on digital signage, BenQ is showing off its projector capabilities which the company says couple the DLP advantages of long-lasting colours, ultra-high contrast and filter-free engine design together with innovative projection solutions. These range from Full HD 3D cinema projectors for for the home to its PointWrite interactive touch capability for education applications and tapNshow wireless display connectivity for professional business presentations.
The PX9710 is designed for large venue installations. With XGA resolution and 7,700 ANSI lumens of brightness, it supports seven optional lenses and two changeable colour wheels as well as HDBaseT connectivity to combine video, audio and device control signals from multiple sources into one display.
The company is also providing ISE 2015 visitors with a sneak preview of its new projectors. The SU917 is BenQ’s first fixed-lens WUXGA high brightness projector designed for large-sized conference halls and seminar rooms.
It is designed to minimise costs with its power-saving SmartEco technology and low maintenance features such as filter-free design and LAN Control.
The MH856UST is BenQ’s first Full HD 1080p ultra-short-throw interactive projector. A development of the MW853UST+, the MH856UST offers more interactivity and supports collaborative learning.