27.05.16

BenQ to debut multiple projectors at Infocomm 2016

Ben Q LU9715 laser projector
BenQ LU9715 BlueCore laser projector

BenQ has announced that it will present products including the LU9715 laser projector for the first time at Infocomm 2016.

The company will introduce the LU9715 BlueCore laser light source projector. At 8,000 lumens, with a 100,000:1 contrast ratio, the model is suited for large venue applications and bright ambient light settings. It features a dual colour wheel system and DLP technology, with eight option lenses available. Featuring an improved cooling system, the projector has a lifespan to 20,000 hours without lamp replacement. It features HDBaseT signal transmission and with 3G SDI, with remote control available via LAN.

BenQ’s stand will also focus on the SU931, a WUXGA 6,000 lumen model with a 3000:1 contrast ratio making its debut at the show. The model features a 1.6x big zoom and a vertical lens shift, vertical and horizontal keystone correction and corner fit geometric correction. HDMI connectivity and MHL are available allowing users to share content on screens from a mobile device. The SU931 additionally provides LAN control for and can be wirelessly operated via an optional kit.

The manufacturer’s latest portable projection offering, the 1,000 lumen CH100, designed for graphic artists and web designers and huddle rooms and collaborative spaces. It provides 100 per cent sRGB colour fidelity, full HD 1080p resolution and has five picture modes – sRGB, Motion Graphics, Lectures, Vivid Colour and Cinema settings. The CH100 fits a13-in laptop form factor and can project images up to 120-in wide at 1.8 m (6 ft) from the screen from its short-throw lens. It offers 20,000 operating hours.

BenQ will furthermore showcase three additions to it Education RP Series of HD interactive flat panel displays – the 75-in RP750, 70-in RP703 and 65-in RP653. The models feature 20-point touch interactivity and RP Series DisplayNote software to support collaboration and wireless presentation. Running from an Android operating system, they are constructed from anti-glare glass to minimise light reflections and improve readability and Low Blue Light and ZeroFlicker backlight technologies to reduce eye fatigue.

BenQ will exhibit at Infocomm 2016 at booth C5922. The event takes place from June 8 to 10, 2016 at the Convention Centre in Las Vegas.