BenQ announces new S-Series projectors

    The SX912, SH915, and SW916 add to BenQ's S-series line
    The BenQ SX912.
    The BenQ SX912.

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    BenQ has announced additions to its S Series line of high-brightness professional projectors. |

    Made specifically to meet the demands of medium- to large-sized classrooms, corporate meeting rooms, and auditoriums, the company's latest projectors provide up to 5,000 lumens to intensify projections in any professional installation environment.

    "As projection technology continues to evolve, we continue to offer professional systems integrators enhanced performance and increased flexibility in our high-brightness series," said Bob Wudeck, associate VP, Strategy and Business Development at BenQ America Corp. "Rounded with a number of benefits including Colorific image quality, ease of installation and maintenance, and lamp-saving technology, our new S Series projectors deliver the complete package to amaze audiences while providing important efficiencies for IT and AV managers."

    Comprising the SX912, SH915, and SW916 projectors, the professional S Series line casts up to 5,000 lumens of brightness and boasts 11,000:1 contrast ratios to bring BenQ's Colorific performance to large venues — delivering accurate, crisp, and long-lasting image quality via 1 billion colours. Eliminating both light burn and colour degradation over extended usage and time, the devices reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) while providing XGA (SX912), WXGA (SW916), and native full HD 1080p resolutions (SH915) for an incomparable viewing experience.

    To bring greater simplicity to the installation and setup process, the S Series features a 1.5x big-zoom lens ratio, while the SW916 adds corner, surface fit, and 2D keystone capabilities. The SX912 projector offers LAN control, and both the SH915 and SW916 add display control. All models provide remote management and control, and multiple projectors can be centrally monitored for simplified maintenance across large facilities. Third-party integration with Crestron, RoomView, and PJLink further simplifies system interoperability. During operation, the projectors can easily display content via a built-in USB reader, as well as wirelessly (SH915 and SW916), allowing users to connect quickly using solid-state media storage drives or through the LAN to enable rapid content access without a PC connection.

    BenQ's SX912 and SH915 retail at $2,999, while the SW916 carries an MSRP of $3,499.
     

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