BenQ America Corp., a provider of digital projectors, launched its new M7 Series of high-brightness projectors for education and other large-venue settings.
The line of MX720, MW721, MX722, MX766 and MW767 projectors provide up to 4,200 ANSI lumens of brightness, contrast ratios extending to 13,000:1, and power-saving technology to cut energy consumption by up to 70 percent, BenQ says.
In addition, the projectors feature local area network control for multimedia connectivity and the higher models, also offer such features as USB camera integration and remote desktop capabilities to facilitate classroom management, wireless display for cable-free connections and projection templates to make presentations easier, BenQ says.
Built for classrooms, conference rooms, auditoriums and other large venues, the M7 Series provides more light output than previous projector lines, according to BenQ. Since the MX720 and MW721, offer 3,500 lumens, the MX722 and MX766 offer 4,000 lumens and the MW767 offers 4,200 lumens, the projectors provide brightness within any ambient light setting, the company says.
The MX720, MX722, and MX766 feature XGA and the MW721 and MW767 feature WXGA native resolutions for sharp images, and they are outfitted with built-in 10 W or 20 W speakers for added convenience, and a six-segment color wheel to cast lifelike images onto the screen, the firm says.
“By introducing the new M7 Series of high-performance projectors, BenQ is providing the presentation market with the brightest output capabilities to date,” said Lars Yoder, BenQ America Corp’s president. “The lineup combines power-saving technology, flexible maintenance and connectivity options, wireless display options, and more to help simplify the presentation workflow,” he said. “Now larger room environments can also enjoy a complete projection package that shines exceptional brightness at a lower total cost of ownership,” he added.