BenQ America today announced the availability of the 1080p resolution CH100, the company’s first portable LED projector and using single-chip DLP. Covering a wide color gamut of 90 percent NTSC, the CH100 reproduces the sRGB color standard and has five picture modes — Graphic sRGB, Motion Graphics, Lectures, Vivid Color and Cinema settings.
Powered by a 20,000-hour lamp-free LED light source, the CH100 is spec’d at 1,000 ANSI lumens. The CH100 is approximately the same size of a 13-inch laptop, making is small enough to easily slip into a portfolio. Inputs are three HDMI (with one doubling as an MHL port) and it turns on instantly (now power-up sequence) and features automatic aspect ratio, keystone and source detection.
The CH100 is equipped with short-throw capability to project large 81-inch images from just 6 feet away. Additionally, an optional QCast wireless full HD 1080p streaming dongle stows into a concealed compartment. The BenQ CH100 is now shipping and lists for $1,799. Here are the specs.