BenQ revealed three new products on Wednesday its first wireless digital projector the CP120, the W100 home entertainment projector and the BenQ FP92W LCD monitor.
Even with multiple presenters, the CP120 allows easy switching among multiple notebooks. Moreover, the projector features a built-in 802.11 a/b/g wireless technology that simplifies the set-up by allowing the CP120 to be compatible with most of the notebooks with wireless functions for easy plug and play.
Texas Instruments DLPTM Projection System
Native Resolution: XGA (1024x768)
Brightness: 1,500 ANSI lumens
Contrast Ratio: 2,000:1
Color: Full 16.7 million color palette
Lamp: 132W, 2000/3000 hrs (Normal / Economic Mode)
The BenQ CP120 digital projector is currently available on the market.
The BenQ W100 digital projector encompasses a native 16:9 wide-screen aspect ratio, 1300 ANSI Lumens and 2500:1 high contrast ratio.
The BenQ W100 supports a wide range of digital video formats, including 480p, 576p, 720p, and 1080i, enabling it to work with many high-definition TV systems.
The BenQ W100 achieves a consistently high contrast ratio of 2500:1 that makes dark portions of the screen look darker and bright portions look brighter.
The BenQ W100's wide range of ports means you can watch video from nearly any source?a PC, DVD player, digital camcorder, game console, and HDTV set, among them. Two sets of component video jacks let you keep two different source devices (such as a DVD player and gaming console) attached.
It also features a front Ventilations design. The BenQ W100 will be available as from mid April.
The BenQ FP92W LCD monitor features a fast 5ms response time, a 700:1 high contrast ratio, a high 300 cd/m2 brightness and next-generation DVI inputs.
The BenQ FP92W comes equipped with both traditional D-Sub and next-generation DVI inputs providing the best possible picture quality and video performance.
The BenQ FP92W will be available in the beginning of May.