BenQ unveils Large Venue Installation projectors and 4K HD interactive display at InfoComm 2014

BenQ unveils Large Venue Installation projectors and 4K HD interactive display at InfoComm 2014

Dubai, UAE; October 13 , 2014 –Boosting their line-up of latest technologies at InfoComm this year, BenQ revealed two new high-quality Large Venue Installation projectors and its first-ever 4K Ultra HD interactive display at the leading event for Pro AV professionals.

The two projectors unveiled are the PU9730 and MW853UST. The PU9730 provides a breakthrough in high brightness and resolution with a brand new mechanical shutter while MW853UST provides a complete classroom interactive solution. This model offers superior connectivity with an ultra-short throw design and optional PointWrite™ interactivity.

Unveiled at InfoComm, BenQ’s first-ever 4K Ultra HD interactive display -the RP840G is 84-inches with six-touch point and loaded with feature-rich display providing multi-PC touch control via USB and EZCast for simple collaboration via WiFi. It also has an intuitive teaching software bundle for classroom applications. This unique display comes with an equally unique DisplayNote application which enables presenters to control their BenQ IFP display and collaborate with participants in the room or off site, via cloud. Features such as viewing audience devices on the IFP and two-way messaging between presenter and audience, make presentations made using DisplayNote truly collaborative.

According to Manish Bakshi, Managing Director, BenQ Middle East & Africa “Both our projectors and the 4K display are installed with the latest technology to suffice all needs at multiple venues and cater to a wide range of projection needs. A unique feature of the MW853UST is the SmartEco technology that optimizes projection through dynamic power saving without compromising on brightness and provides exquisite picture quality and optimized lamp life. In short, the SmartEco technology has perfected what a DLP projector can do. Keeping the changing needs of our customers in mind, our products are designed to execute the best with the least amount energy consumption.”

With pioneering features such as innovative HD Connect connectivity and lens memory augment, the PU9730 boasts seven types of optical lenses, ranging from short-throw to long-throw. These lenses feature all-glass construction for ultraclear focus and high aperture for brighter images which optimizes projector performance in all venues. Moreover, PU9730 provides ultra-high brightness up to 7000 lumens and can be tilted vertically at any angle, allowing projection onto ceilings, walls, floors or angled signage in shopping centers, galleries, museums and theatres.

The MW853UST, on the other hand, leads the BenQ Smart Classroom concept by providing teachers with unique features to gain the attention of students and engage them. The latest PointWrite™ technology allows multiple students to contribute simultaneously with PointWrite™ pens or simply with fingers to the interactive whiteboard that can easily be set up in any classroom. Moreover BenQ dual Screen feature allows teachers to connect two PointWrite™ interactive projectors into two merged screens.