BenQ introduces two new Colorific and SmartEco projectors
Visual display solutions provider, BenQ America Corp., has announced the arrival of the new TH670 and MH741 Colorific projectors. The projectors have 1080p picture quality and features including DLP Link-supported 3D projection and built-in 10-W speakers. The TH670 includes auto keystone correction and the MH741 includes 2D keystone and corner fit geometric correction, as well as MHL connectivity to mirror content from mobile devices.
"Our latest Colorific projectors were designed to accommodate the evolving needs of today's multiuse environments," Jan Spence, associate vice president of marketing communications and branding at BenQ America Corp, said in a statement. "Packing a number of flexible options and convenience features, both models provide an intuitive user experience, outstanding performance, and tremendous value for engaging experiences either at home or business."
The protectors offer a 10,000:1 contrast ratio and a 3,000 (TH670) or 4,000 (MH741) ANSI lumens of brightness. They have the ability to cast 3D content directly from PCs and Blu-ray devices. They also include built-in closed captioning, dismissing the need for an external decoder.
Both projectors feature SmartEco technology, which extends projector lamp life up to 10,000 hours (TH670) and 4,500 hours (MH741) and lowers the units’ total cost of ownership. The "Eco Blank" mode allows users to blank out the screen whenever projection isn't needed, while a "No Source Detected" mode automatically reduces power consumption to 30% when no source has been detected for more than three minutes. The Auto Power Off function makes the projectors automatically shut down after 30 minutes of no use.
The TH670 is designed for home entertainment, while the MH741 is suitable for use in medium to large size rooms like classrooms or conference rooms.
The TH670 and MH741 projectors are available now for $999 and $1899.