BenQ Revamps M5 Projector Series

Projectors now features improved brightness, longer lamp life
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BenQ MS504 Projector

COSTA MESA, Calif. —BenQ America Corp. has introduced its revamped line of M5 series projectors.

Comprising the MS504, MS521, MX505, MX522 and MW523, the M5 series projectors specifically designed for small- to medium-sized spaces now bring 3,000 ANSI lumens of brightness, Colorific image quality and 10,000 hours of maximum lamp life for home, business and education settings. The projector family features both Blu-ray and stereoscopic 3D support in addition to new presenter tools.

Using BenQ’s world-leading SmartEco technology, the new M5 series projectors provide an industry-leading 10,000 hours of maximum lamp life to today's living room, boardroom, and classroom applications. As a result, users can reduce their energy consumption without compromising picture quality. To further reduce power consumption, a “no source detected” mode lowers brightness to 30 percent when no display has been detected for more than three minutes. In “standby” mode, BenQ projectors lower power consumption to less than 0.5W.

Available in SVGA (MS504 and MS521), XGA (MX505 and MX522), and WXGA (MW523) resolutions, the new projectors feature BenQ’s Colorific image quality to provide accurate, crisp color. As a result, users experience up to 1 billion stunning colors without light burn or color degradation over extended usage. Thanks to contrast ratios of 13000:1, BenQ’s M5 series projectors deliver sharper picture quality, which enables the reproduction of detailed images in a variety of ambient lighting settings and adds to the flexibility of installation options.

For 3D entertainment, the MS521, MX522 and MW523 feature 3D Blu-ray compatibility while the MS504 and MX505 deliver stereoscopic 3D-ready projection. When purchasing an MS504 or MX505 projector, users also obtain 3D glasses, in addition to a content card and video card. The MS504 and MX505 projectors add an audio pass-through function when users require only sound, while the templates enable presenters to write on whiteboards without the need to draw lines. To minimize disruptions, administrators can also easily replace lamps on the go using the upper lamp door on the MS504 and MX505.

The projectors will be available at the end of November.