BenQ’s new MW883UST is a native WXGA (1366×768) resolution single-chip, short-throw projector.
Spec’d at 3,300 ANSI lumens and a 10,000:1 contrast ratio, the MW883UST has something BenQ calls PointWrite, an interactive module aimed at adding collaboration capabilities to the classrooms of budget-conscious schools. PointWrite allows teachers and students to interact easily with and annotate course material on-screen. Additionally, BenQ QWrite interactive software allows teachers to capture and save lessons easily so that students can be more fully immersed in the class and get the exact notes as they appear on the board. Wireless connectivity and content sharing is enabled via an optional QCast dongle.
Featuring dual HDMI ports (one being MHL-compatible), a USB reader for PC-less presentations and document saving, an integrated wireless docking port to house accessory dongles and powerful 20-W audio, the projector is a stand-alone entry-level system for schools. The MW883UST can be placed just a few inches from the projection screen and can project images up to 140 inches.