AV & Presentation
BenQ Introduces New Displays and Projectors
BenQ has released five new classroom display products designed to enhance learning and conserve energy. The products include three new projectors, an
interactive flat-panel display and BenQ's first-ever audio product, a
BenQ America National Education Sales
Manager Patti Postel
said the company's latest series of classroom IQ solutions will provide
bring-your-own-device (BYOD) collaboration, lamp-saving technology and
file sharing apps that should enhance teaching plans.
- The MX723 projector features 1,024 x 768 resolution with
3,700 lumens and
13,000-to-1 high contrast ratio. It offers vertical and horizontal
correction as well as zoom functionality. With its SmartEco mode, the
can automatically adjust lamp power by up to 70 percent in brightness,
resulting in as much as 5,000 hours of lamp life.
- The ultra-short-throw MW853UST+ has 10,000-to-1
and 3,200 lumens of brightness. It is compatible with BenQ's
technology that allows up to four participants to collaborate
screens as large as 120 inches. The projector is also equipped with
dual HDMI and Blue-ray connectivity along with double 10-W speakers.
- The HC1200 projector provides improved color
can compete with almost any other projector on the market, according
With 100-percent sRGB color accuracy and twice as much ANSI contrast
LCD projectors, the HC1200 can reproduce images as bright as
- The new 70-inch RP702 HD interactive display provides
multi-touch technology that allows it to perform much as a giant
responsive feedback and more accurate positioning by way of panning,
and scrolling. The display has low blue light technology, allowing for
comfortable viewing and anti-glare glass that reduces image
- Finally, BenQ's first audio product, treVolo, is an
electrostatic portable Bluetooth speaker with a collapsible wing
bidirectional sound reproduction through three audio profile modes.
electrostatic panels deliver audiophile-grade quality and tonal
Postel said, "We're keen on bringing the most
classroom display solutions to enable schools to provide enhanced
and immersive learning experiences for students."
Michael Hart is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer and the former executive editor of THE Journal.