For perfect projection performance, MW855UST produces 3,500 ANSI lumens and WXGA 1280x800 high resolution for clear, sharp images and text even in large, bright classrooms. High brightness allows lights to be kept on during lessons, and the wide-aspect high resolution increases readability for expanded content.
With industrial-grade durability from DLP technology, BenQ education projectors maintain the long-lasting picture perfection by eliminating color decay. Unlike non-DLP projectors, BenQ DLP education projectors look brand-new after lamp replacement. And with over two million micromirrors and minimal heat buildup, the DLP chip endures over 100,000 hours without degradation.
PointWrite™ technology works on any flat surface, so no expensive digital whiteboard or additional equipment is necessary. With the PointWrite™ module, images can be projected onto a desk or table for multiple students to easily share and write on the same screen, creating vast new opportunities for classroom interactivity and enabling possibilities for modern digital classroom.
PointWrite™ projectors offer multi-user capability, and two PointWrite™ projectors can be used to double the projection surface. With QWrite Whiteboard Mode, teachers can run different applications or display, view, and annotate across two monitors.
PointWrite™ auto calibrates and saves its settings the instant it is plugged into a computer’s USB port. PointWrite™ then remains ready with no manual configuration or complicated training for teachers. And MW855UST’s interactive sensor guarantees reliable auto-calibration in any ambient lighting.
To help IT managers perform day-to-day projector maintenance effectively, MW855UST is widely compatible with leading projector control systems including Crestron, AMX and PJ-Link for network control via LAN, making it simple to integrate into school's network infrastructures.
For efficient professional installation, our ultra-short throw projector wall mount features an installation chart and ruler for perfect screen alignment and image position in the classroom. Even simpler, a three-way adjustment knob is located in front of the projector for cleanly installed, absolutely square screens.