Sydney Australia, November 2014: The outlook for business and education projection is looking good with BenQ’s newest compact projector release, the TH682ST – a DLP short throw projector providing optimal convenience in any business or education setting.
The TH682ST is an affordable business tool, offering Full HD native resolution, a brightness of 3000 ANSI lumens and a high contrast ratio of 10,000:1 delivering a presentation with full impact and the finest of details regardless of the ambient light level in the room.
Small and compact, the TH682ST is a short throw projector which provides great versatility, and can be utilised in tight spaces needing less than a metre distance to throw a big picture. Another useful feature of short throw projection is the limited disruption to the projected content, which can sometimes happen when something or someone obscures the image by disrupting the flow of the projector light. Because short throw projectors are in close proximity to the screen or wall, there is little to no shadowing throughout the projected presentation.
The new TH682ST supports multiple video formats including 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p affording flexibility to present in the latest video formats with Full HD quality. Built with the latest DLP technology, it also supports Bluray Full HD 3D functionality.
The inclusion of Smart Eco technology, exclusive to BenQ projection, makes the TH682STextremely energy efficient to run and offers power savings over competitive models, making the projector particularly appealing to schools and education facilities, and small business entities who are always looking for ways to reduce overheads. Smart Eco is a technology which analyses and determines for itself the most efficient settings for the environment in which the projector is operating. This also helps to prolong lamp life and reduce the overall cost of ownership of the projector.
It may be small but the TH682ST boasts some big features and functionality making it an ideal investment for business and schools. At just $1399.00 it promises razor sharp clarity, ultra readability and true to life colour – because it’s BenQ.
Available: November 2014