BenQ has announced its new M7 Series of high-brightness, high-performance projectors which are geared towards higher education and other settings where high-brightness is needed. The line is comprised of the MX720, MW721, MX722, MX766, and MW767 projectors.
The projectors range from 3,500 to 4,200 lumens, have contrast ratios
up to 13,000:1, and power-saving technology which claims to cut energy consumption by up to 70 percent.
Additionally, the projectors feature LAN control, and a wide array of connectivity options, including DLP Link for 3D capabilities. Some models in the series include additional features such as USB camera integration and remote desktop capabilities, wireless display for cable-free connections, and even projection templates.
The BenQ MX720, MW721, MX722, MX766, and MW767 are now shipping with MSRP’s of $1,299, $1,499, $1,499, $2,199, and $2,399, respectively.
In the most recent forecast by PMA Research, large-venue projectors are anticipated to out-perform the market in terms of 2013 growth rates so this new line from BenQ should fare well.