The MH570 comes with full 1920 x 1080p HD resolution, complemented by up to 4,500 lumens of brightness. This enables the projector to show incredibly clear and sharp images. The 1.3x zoom functionality is also helping users achieve the crisp image they're looking for from an office projector.
In terms of connectivity, the projector comes with two HDMI inputs and MHL connectivity, which allows users to stream from any smartphone or tablet. In addition, it comes with near-field communications technology, the QCast, which allows further streaming of 1080p streaming from their smart devices. The multiple connectivity options are being welcomed by users looking for a projector they can get up and running quickly with various devices.
The new projector has also been designed with power efficiency in mind, without compromising the picture quality. The device comes with BenQ’s SmartEco technology which enables energy saving of up to 70 per cent. The new projector also comes with an ‘Eco Blank’ mode which allows users to further reduce power usage as it will automatically shuts down when not in active use after 30 minutes.
In a statement on the release of the MH570, J.Y Hu, vice president of business line management at BenQ America Corp, said: “With the BenQ MH750, we engineered a cost-effective projector with high brightness in mind. The combination of picture quality and MHL connectivity make it an ideal projector for any meeting room or classroom. With built-in LAN control, it can easily be monitored and managed over the network, simplifying facility-wide maintenance for IT managers."