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BenQ SP920 projector SP870 projector

BenQ SP920 Projector

Hemel Hempstead, London, 30th July

BenQ presents two exciting new digital projectors; the SP920 and the SP870. Both XGA projectors (1,024 x 768 resolution) deliver an ultra-high brightness level, with the SP920 boasting an impressive 6,000 ANSI lumens, and the SP870 5,000 ANSI Lumens. Users will no longer have to turn off lights when showing presentations, as the BenQ SP920 and SP870 are suitable for high-ambient-light environments ranging from meeting rooms to auditoriums.

These two models are at the top end of BenQ’s compelling data & home digital projector range of over 20 models, so BenQ are now sure to have a model for everyone’s projection needs.

In addition to featuring a super brightness level, the SP920 and SP870 also packs in the punches with a full suite of features – including 2,000:1 sharp contrast ratio, BrilliantColor™, Presentation Timer, Quick Auto Source (the industry’s fastest source detection), 30-second Quick Cooling, Lamp Care, Wall Color Correction, 3D colour management, and Blackboard Mode allowing users to focus on a perfect presentation instead of fumbling with setup. With all these features they truly are the perfect presentation partner.

The DLP® BrilliantColor™ chipset, enables the SP920 and SP870 to perform multicolour processing for vibrant colours on the screen, ensuring higher brightness and superior contrast for deeper blacks and brighter whites. The Independent Colour Management feature offers independent adjustments to red, green, blue, cyan, magenta and yellow to fine-tune the hue and saturation.

The SP920 also comes equipped with a dual lamp offering three sets of lamp mode; allowing for operation in large, mid-large or normal-sized rooms. For large rooms and auditoriums 6,000 ANSI lumens with dual lamp (Normal Mode) are suitable to deliver a bright and clear image. The dual lamp (Eco Mode) delivers 4,800 ANSI lumens which manage mid-large presentation situations. In normal-sized environments 3,000 ANSI lumens with a single lamp (Normal Mode) are sufficient. In this case, the second lamp will be on standby which saves electricity and extends the lamp lifetime.

Engineered to operate in fully lit environments, the SP920 arrives with UNISHAPE technology which enables the projector to render brighter images with richer colour depth at higher contrast. With UNISHAPE, the SP920 is able to counteract loss of image brightness by varying the intensity of the projector lamp in synchronisation with the colour wheel, resulting in a 40% increase in image brightness and boosting specific colours in different setting modes.

The BenQ SP920 and SP870 from early August 2008. The recommended retail price for the SP920 is £2,999 ex. VAT and for the SP870 is £1,299 ex. VAT

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