Projector manufacturer BenQ has started shipping the newest generation of M5 Series projectors. Consisting of the MX525, MS524, and MW526, the line is engineered for small- to medium-sized spaces and now features 3,200 ANSI lumens, 10,000 hours of lamp life, and incorporates their patented Colorific image technology.
The 3D-ready M5 series also offer comprehensive connectivity and setup capabilities, including both audio in and out, S-Video, composite video in, RS232, and HDMI® capabilities for use with Blu-ray™ players, PCs, and gaming consoles.
By combining native SVGA (MS524), XGA (MX525), and WXGA (MW526) resolutions with a 13,000:1 contrast ratio, BenQ touts these new DLP projectors as ideal for small-to-medium conference spaces, as well as for home theater and gaming.
Now shipping, BenQ’s new MS524, MX525, and MW526 retail at $489, $529, and $749, respectively.
Recent findings from PMA Research show that price is one of the driving factors when making a decision about what projector to buy. BenQ’s new reasonable priced M5 series should be attractive to end users.