BenQ unveils new super-bright low energy line of projectors
A new series of high-brightness and performance projectors with power saving technology has been unveiled by BenQ America Corp.

The new M7 series has been designed for education and large-venue settings and provides more light than previous lines. The projectors feature up to 4,200 ANSI lumens of brightness but new technology means that energy consumption has been cut by up to 70 per cent.

Super sharp images will also feature as the projectors use wider WXGA native resolutions as well as a six-segment colour wheel to cast lifelike images onto the screen.

The new line is available now and comprises of the MX720, MW721, MX722, MX766, and MW767 models. The models feature innovations for ease of use such as LAN control, USB camera integrations, remote desktop capabilities, wireless display and built in 10 and 20 watt amplifiers.

To cut energy consumption all models come with an 'Eco Blank' mode which blanks out the projection screen when it is not in use. The 'SmartEco' system enables the projector to automatically adjust brightness by up to 70 per cent and a 'No Source Detected' mode cuts brightness to 30 per cent when no display has been detected for more than three minutes.

BenQ President, Lars Yoder said: "By introducing the new M7 Series of high-performance projectors, BenQ is providing the presentation market with the brightest output capabilities to date.

"Now larger room environments can also enjoy a complete projection package that shines exceptional brightness at a lower total cost of ownership."