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The new BenQ SP890 with 4,000 ANSI Lumen in Full-HD

Autor: Siobhan Hayes
03/04/2010, 02:22 CET

Bright, razor sharp and flexible – these are the attributes of the latest projector from BenQ’s development. The SP890 is to set new standards in the installation class. It has a Full-HD resolution (1,920 x 1,080), 4,000 ANSI Lumen and a contrast ratio of 50,000:1. In addition, the model is equipped with a wide range of connector options such as a HDMI-1.3 port and with Crestron LAN control.

Thanks the manual H+V Lens shifts of +/-125% vertical and +/-41% horizontal and its high zoom range, the SP890 is easy to set up and flexible. Therefore, trapeze correction becomes unnecessary. The video processor from market leader HQV scales all resolutions effortlessly to Full-HD. With its wide range of functions, the modelis especially suitable for business customers as well as the event technology sector.

The BenQ SP890 projector is available from April at a recommended retail price of 5,999.00 Euro incl.VAT from specialised retailers.

The new BenQ SP890 with 4,000 ANSI Lumen in Full HD. (Picture: BenQ)

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