BenQ—provider of digital lifestyle solutions—took wraps off its new product range at Infocomm India 2015. The company presented products such as projectors, digital signage and interactive flat panels for segments like business, home and education. Speaking on the launch, Rajeev Singh, Managing Director, BenQ India said, “ BenQ not only strives to provide the best-of-breed products to consumer but also focuses to empower its users to live better, increase efficiency, feel healthier and enhance learning. BenQ has developed a wide range of solutions and technological advancements to meet a range of user demands in the education, enterprise, retail and home entertainment sectors. At Infocomm 2015, BenQ is announcing wide range of products that will continue to lead the marketplace by setting new standards in brightness image quality, and energy efficiency.”
One of the technologies featured at Infocomm was the home entertainment projector W3000 with 6X RGBRGB colour wheel that delivers Rec.709 HDTV standard for cinematic colour. This particular standard had been introduced in the 1990s to ensure accurate reproduction of cinematic colour as the film director had intended. People will be able to enjoy a life-like big-screen entertainment experience with BenQ home video projectors.
BenQ added PX9600 and SH963 to its high-brightness projector lineup. Along with an interchangeable lens and 6000 lumens, PX9600 gives users a superlative image quality with ultra- high brightness, contrast ratio and high resolution. The full HD 1080p SH963 features 6500 ANSI lumen brightness, 8300:1 contrast ratio and detailenhancing HQV processors and a 3D colour management tool that delivers impressive picture quality.
The company also demonstrated the first full HD ultrashort throw projector, MH856UST as a solution to smaller classrooms in India. The projector comes with inbuilt eye care technologies that prevents eye strain, eye fatigue and muscular degeneration caused by spending too much time in front of a visual display.