BenQ America launched two projectors in its MX series in the form of the MX768 and MW769. Both are spec’d at over 4,000 ANSI lumens with a contrast ratio of 13,000:1. They are integrated with their SmartEco power-saving technology and are aimed at small meeting rooms and classrooms.
Featuring resolutions in both XGA (MX768) and WXGA (MW769), respective 4,000 and 4,200 ANSI lumens, the MX768 and MW769 projectors have LAN control to enable centralized remote monitoring and management; integration with Crestron RoomView, AMX, and PJLink; and have 1.5x (MX768) and 1.6x (MW769) zoom-lens ratios.
To enable PC-less presentations, the MX768 and MW769 provide wireless display options, allowing cable-free connections as well as HDMI, RJ45 and USB inputs. Other energy-saving features include “instant restart,” which allows rapid rebooting when the devices are accidentally switched off; up to 3,500 hours of lamp life with BenQ’s SmartEco lamp-saving technology; and a filter-free optical system, which reduces the projectors’ TCO.
The MX768 and MW769 projectors retail at $2,199 and $2,399, respectively and all specs are here.