US technology company BenQ has unveiled its latest ultra-short-throw Colorific laser projector designed specifically for classroom applications and education.
The brand new MW883UST offers WXGA resolution, 3,300 lumens of brightness and a 10,000:1 contrast ratio for providing vibrant images under normal classroom lighting conditions.
BenQ also claims that the new unit has the shortest throw ratio of any projector on the market. And with its Blu-ray 3D, USB and dual HDMI ports, as well as built-in 20W audio capabilities, the manufacturer says it offers the ideal solution for interactive learning environments.
Jan Spence, associate vice president of marketing communications and branding at BenQ, said: “Classrooms have become dynamic collaboration and active learning spaces where access and quality of content are essential for engagement.
“Our newest education projector has been designed with that mantra in mind, providing educators with sharp imaging, multiple connectivity options and presentation tools to facilitate instruction in today’s classrooms.
“For administrators, these products offer ease of installation as well as remote management capabilities to make maintenance a snap.”