The LU9715 BlueCore laser light source projector has a brightness of up to 8,000 lumens, as well as a 100,000:1 contrast ratio, which makes the model suitable for large venues such as concert halls, for example. In addition, it comes with a dual colour wheel system and eight interchangeable lenses, as well as a lifespan of up to 20,000 hours without the need to replace the lamp.
The SU931 another projector comes with a brightness of up to 6,000 lumens with a contrast ratio of 3,000:1. It also features a 1.6x big zoom and a vertical lens shift. In terms of connectivity, it comes with HDMI connectivity, enabling users to share content on display screens from a mobile phone. Additionally, it can be upgraded with LAN support and can be wirelessly operated.
BenQ will also demonstrate three Education RP Series of interactive high definition flat panel displays: the 75-inch RP750, the 70-inch RP703 and the 65-inch RP653. Each of the models feature 20-point touch interactivity and RP DisplayNote software, which allows collaboration and wireless presentation. The displays are also constructed using anti-glare glass, and the Low Blue Light and ZeroFlicker technologies reduce the issue of eye fatigue.