BenQ today unveiled two new 4K laser projectors designed to support 4K HDR presentations in boardrooms, huddle rooms, and collaborative spaces.
"In today's meeting places, participants are using MacBooks and other notebooks that output 4K resolution as standard, but until now, all that quality was lost in projection," said Bob Wudeck, senior director, business, education and CinePro solutions at BenQ America Corp. "BenQ's LK Series laser projectors leverage technology engineered for our gaming monitors to support true 4K HDR output."
BenQ's LK952 and short-throw LK953ST 4K UHD HDR projectors produce 3840 x 2160 resolution with 8.3 million distinct pixels for each frame, achieving CTA's UHD standard. The projectors generate 5,000 lumens of intense Blue Core laser-powered brightness for 20,000 hours of maintenance-free operation. They utilize the revolutionary 0.47" single-DMD DLP technology to deliver awe-inspiring clarity and crisply defined details for which iOS and high-end 4K notebooks are known for. To ensure a superior picture, BenQ's cutting-edge 4K Image Amplifying Technology further enhances the quality of projected images, while Pixel Enhancer 4K motion-adaptive edge enhancement detects changes in the color between an object and its background to produce sharp edges and precise surface textures.
The 4K UHD HDR projectors allow facilities to eliminate the costs of lamps and filters that traditional projectors require. By incorporating BenQ's DustGuard technology, sealed laser modules protect the laser bank from dust accumulation. The design has passed the dust-chamber test standard for the international dustproof rating of IP5X.
More information on the full line of BenQ products is available at www.BenQ.com.