BenQ has launched its new SP920 projector that incorporates an ultra-high 6000 ANSI lumens and the latest picture-enhancing technologies and BenQ’s proprietary 3D Color Management system. The SP920’s adjustable lumen output will offer superior optical efficiency, greater connectivity and lights-on convenience.
BenQ’s latest projector features uniquely positioned dual lamps that make the device perfect to use in various sectors including corporate, government and education. Dual lamps also enable users to extend overall operation life and optimize lumen output according to their applications.
The Dual Brightest mode employs all 6000 lumens to project better intensity and clarity; hence it is ideal for large, high-ambient-light venues like auditoriums. While the Dual Reliable mode is made for large lights-on boardroom presentations. Single Alternative mode displays an ample 3000 lumens, for a long 4000-hour operation life that reduces lamp replacement frequency.
Moreover, SP920 incorporates the newest HDMI, version 1.3, with HDCP for a future-proof connection standard. Also, the new projector is packed with features such as Security Password, Wall Color Correction, Presentation Timer, customizable Splash Screen Lock, Quick Auto Search, wired remote, 5-watt speakers, 12V trigger and onscreen FAQ.
BenQ’s SP920 projector will be available in June 2008. The pricing and availability details have not been announced as of now.