BenQ has announced its range of 100% sRGB Colorific projectors will be launched at InfoComm next month.
"End users expect colour continuity across all devices. They want to see all their content as well as their company logo exactly as they see it on their smartphones, tablets, and monitors. 100% sRGB ensures projectors deliver the right colour each and every time," said Lars Yoder, president at BenQ America.
"With our first 100% sRGB model, the HC1200, we set the stage by offering the best colour of any single-chip DLP projector in the industry, and now we're expanding these capabilities to new professional and conference models for colour-accurate content delivery in any setting."
The line-up consists of the PU9730, PU9530, SU964, SU922, and HC1200 aimed at small-to-medium size conference rooms and large venues.
The PU9730 and PU9530 deliver 7,000 and 6,000 ANSI lumens, respectively and are suitable for large-venue applications such as houses of worship, auditoriums, and conference rooms. Both models feature WUXGA resolution, 360° rotation, motorised zoom, focus, and lens shift as well as a range of connectivity options including HDBaseT for enhanced installation flexibility.
The SU964 and SU922 feature 6,500 and 5,000 ANSI lumens of brightness combined with 8300:1 and 3000:1 contrast ratios, respectively. The projectors deliver full HD images and also feature WUXGA resolution with dual HDMI and HDBaseT connectivity to support multiple media sources. To make installations more efficient, the devices provide a 1.5x zoom, horizontal and vertical lens shift, corner fit correction, and LAN Control to support Creston Roomview, PJLink, and AMX systems.
The HC1200 is claimed to be the market's first 100% sRGB projector and offers 1.5x zoom capabilities, 2D keystone correction, and an embedded test pattern. It also provides integrators with the convenience of both RJ45 (LAN) and RS232 networking standards with dual HDMI connectivity.