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  • Project your vision

    Winter 09/10 Projector Family Brochure

  • BenQ projectors draw on a set of core technologies that ensure superlative

    performance and create the foundation for differentiating features.

    BrilliantColor enhances color and overall picture brightness, while BenQ takes a

    comprehensive approach to heightening contrast.

    BenQ incorporates leading-edge short-throw projection features in models

    designed for smaller spaces, while all models incorporate technologies such as

    DLP chips that enable greater user convenience and cost-effectiveness as well as

    superior reliability.

    Brilliant technology, BrilliantColor

    BrilliantColor is an advanced on-chip technology

    developed by Texas Instruments specifically to enhance

    color performance in projectors.

    BrilliantColor allows processing of six color channels,

    instead of the three available to conventional projectors,

    expanding the color space that can be rendered by BenQs


    BrilliantColor also increases overall picture brightness,

    resulting in ultra-realistic, vividly realized colors and the

    best possible viewing experience.

    Go big in small spaces

    BenQs short-throw projectors let you enjoy a big-screen

    show even in locations where space is tight. BenQs short-

    throw projectors need just half the distance required by

    conventional projectors to display an image of a given


    Due to the use of an advanced design based on a special

    aspherical lens, BenQ short-throw projectors let you

    enjoy the show in places not usually amenable to

    projectors. In addition, with the projection distance so

    much reduced, you no longer need to worry about

    shadows cast by people walking between the projector

    and screen, nor about having to deal with the projector

    lamp shining in your eyes when giving a presentation.

    So if you want to give a big-screen show in a small space,

    a BenQ short-throw projector is the way to go.

    Original color

    Boosts mid tones by 50%

    Traditional Projector BenQ Short-Throw Projector:The aspherical lens effectively boosts the image zoom rate.

    BenQ Uses the Newest Aspherical Short-Throw Lens Technology.

    Core Technology

  • High contrast, High-quality viewing

    One of the most important determinants in the quality

    of the viewing experience provided by a projector is its

    contrast ratio.

    BenQ has spared no effort to maximize contrast ratios,

    darkening blacks and brightening whites to bring out

    the full range of color and detail in the projection image.

    Black, anti-glare surfaces inside the projector dampens

    light diffusion that can make black areas of the picture

    less than fully black, eliminating detail as dark shades are


    The optical engine and lamp have also been optimized

    so that the full level of brightness is maintained, not only

    revealing further color and details, but also enabling an

    excellent viewing experience even with a high level of

    ambient light in the room.

    Convenience and Cost-effectiveness

    With their exclusive use of DLP chip technology, BenQ

    projectors employ a sealed optical engine that eliminates

    the need for filters, simplifying maintenance and avoiding

    problems associated with blocked filters.

    And because DLP chips are not prone to color decay,

    youre spared expensive repairs later or even having to

    purchase a completely new projector simply to restore

    the projectors original performance characteristics.

    This low-maintenance design is one reason why BenQ

    projectors offer lower total cost of ownership, making

    them the most economical choice.

    Step One: Advanced Continuous Electronic Iris Step Two: DynamicBlack Technology

    Viewing Modes





    User 1/2/3

    Dynamic Mode

    Cinema Mode

    Eletronic Iris corresponds to various preset modes.

    Bright Scene

    Dark Scene

    DynamicBlack digitally examines the source video to determine the appropriate Iris aperture for the level of light shown on screen.

    The optics, lamp, color wheel, mirror and DLP Chip can be completely sealed so that dust can-not affect image.



    Color Wheel


    DLP Chip

  • Things You Must Know as a Buyer

    The Ultimate Guide to Projector


    For those of you who are still scratching your head when

    you hear DLP or LCD, its time to really know your pro-

    jector! Find out why DLP projectors make a better choice

    over LCD projectors and how the Rainbow Effect is really

    some urban 3C myth! While youre at it, have a quick re-

    view over the commonly used projector terms!

    A DLP Triumph

    Still Debating Between DLP and LCD?

    Its Really a No Brainer! Take a Look Below!

    The Ultimate Buyers Guide

    DLP VS. LCD Compact & Light Weight with

    Single-Chip Design

    Three-Chip Design =

    Bigger Size & Heavier Weight

    Technical Advantage in Preventing

    Color Decay = Long-Term Picture Reliability

    Yellow & Green Tint Color Decay Manifested in

    as Little as 300 Hours

    Excellent Readability that Comes with

    Higher Native Contrast Ratio

    Screen Door Effect Caused by Large, Easily

    Visible Pixels Projected

    Immune to Dust with Sealed OpticsReduced Contrast by 50% Due to

    Dust Accumulation

    Lowered Maintenance & Operating Cost

    with Filter-Free Design

    Huge Overhead Cost Due to

    Filter Cleaning & Replacement




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  • Go 3D with DLP Link!

    Elevate Learning to a Whole New Dimension of Fun!

    Get ready for some serious learning fun that will get stu-

    dents engaged, excited, and involved! BenQ projectors

    and DLP Link are taking teaching to a whole new dimen-

    sion of effectiveness and no extra costs.

    Selected BenQ Education Series projectors come stand-

    ard equipped with 3D technology. And unlike the tradi-

    tional 3D projector system, which requires two perfectly

    aligned projectors to transmit two separate video feeds in

    order to deliver a 3D projection, BenQ has mastered 3D

    display so as to require only one projector equipped with

    Front Project 3D DLP Link technology.

    3D instruction will be the latest trend in education, open-

    ing up new opportunities in teaching methods for edu-

    cators and students alike. Not only will students be able

    to better visualize complex concepts such as molecular

    bond formation and geometry, they can acquire true-

    to-life experiences such as dissecting a frog through 3D

    demonstrations. In addition, teachers can take their class

    on virtual trips all around the world from the Egyptian

    pyramids to the Great Wall of China using 3D education-

    al media content. Imagine the time and money savings

    on field trips!

    How Does It Work?1) Turn on your BenQ 3D projector. It will automati-

    cally be in 3D mode no need to navigate complex

    menu settings!

    2) Pop in your 3D multimedia educational DVD into

    your notebook or DVD player. Your device must sup-

    port a 120Hz output, which is required for 3D con-


    3) Have students put on their DLP 3D active eyewear.

    4) Hit play and be ready to wow and engage your stu-

    dents with 3D instruction!

    Whats Hot 3Ds the New Way to Go!

    e Rainbow Eect, otherwise known as RBE, is claimed to be a stroboscopic eect that exhibits brief ashes of red, blue, and green when projected bright white objects move very quickly across black backgrounds. However, research shows that while some may be quite sensitive to RBE, other may never see them at all. Also,

    with the increase in color wheel speed and application of LED illumination, its

    safe to say that the RBE is virtually eliminated.

    e Rainbow Eecte Rainbow Eect

    ANSI LumensThe measuring unit for light output or brightness

    Aspect RatioThe ratio of an images width to its height

    BrightnessThe amount of light emitted in an area; measured in ANSI lumens

    Color DecayImage degradation caused by the lack of brightness in the panel decay

    DLP (a. k. a. Digital Light Processing)Light processing system developed by Texas Instruments that uses thousands of microscopic mirrors to project digital images

    LCD (a. k. a. Liquid Crystal Display)A format for high-resolution digital image presentations; often used as technology inside a projector

    Native Contrast RatioThe contrast ratio between the black and white in an image without hardware and software

    Native ResolutionPhysical resolution of the display device in number of pixels per unit of area

    Picture ReliabilityHow the image of projector will look over time; whether or not the projected images would suffer from color decay

    PixelShort for picture element; the smallest element in a displayed im-age; expressed in horizontal x vertical dimensions (e.g. 640 x 480)

    RGBRed, green, and blue; the traditional projection system used to display full spectrum of color onto display devices

    TCOTotal cost of ownership

    Throw DistanceLength of projection beam required for a projector to produce images of desired size

    Zoom LensLens that can be adjusted to alter the size of projected image on the screen without having to move the ph


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