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Friday, May 20, 2005
BenQ PB2250 - New Projector for mobile professionals


BenQ today launched its PB2250 digital projector series targeting mobile business professionals.

Weighing 1.9 kg, this compact projector achieves one of the best brightness in this weight class with 2.200 ANSI-lumens. The BenQ PB2250 also provides easy-to-use functions, including password protection and high altitude mode.

The projector employs a golden ratio color wheel that maximizes the purity of RGB prime colors. With a 2.000:1 contrast ratio, the BenQ PB2250 can also project sharp and clear diagrams or text that are featured in your presentations. Equipped with Digital Light Processing technology, the BenQ PB2250 also provides seamless image quality that is smooth, brilliant and sharp, regardless of screen size.

Additionally, the BenQ PB2250 is outfitted with a password that can restrict the operation authority to specific users. Once the password is set up, the projector will not project any input sources without entering the password. To provide the best performance for all occasions, the BenQ PB2250 has built-in 8 sets of Preset Mode. This allows customization for all applications whether it is for presentations, movie watching or gaming. The BenQ PB2250's High Altitude Mode is specially designed for extreme environment, such as high altitude or high temperatures. The built-in T-flow cooling system comes with 4 sets of individual cooling fans for the lamp and DMDTM chip to allow the projector to run smoothly in each harsh environment.

The BenQ PB2250 is currently available in most markets.

Technical Specifications:

TI DLPTM Projection System
Brightness: 2,200 ANSI-lumens
Contrast Ratio: 2,000:1
Color: Full 16.7 million color palette
Weight: 1.9 kg (4.2lbs)
Lamps: 3,000 hour life span
HDTV Compatibility


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