BenQ is adding three new series of large-format LCDs and two projectors to its lines at next month’s InfoComm show in Orlando.
BenQ claims all three of the LCD series use commercial-grade displays. The SL Series is a dust-proof line; the interactive IL Series features up to six-point multitouch points; and the P Series has a bezel design of only 5.6 millimeters between two adjacent screens and offers up to 10×10 display capabilities.
All three of the Series of BenQ flat-panel displays feature something it is calling a Multiple Display Administrator (MDA) application, which enables control of up to 98 displays simultaneously through the LAN and the ability to monitor the health of each display and coordinates sequential startups to prevent power surges. To improve energy performance and reduce maintenance costs, all of them also feature sensors to automatically adjust brightness, anti-image retention to prevent the “burned-in” effect after extended periods of usage and scheduling management to allow users to program up to seven sets of on/off times down to individual video input sources. All models feature landscape and portrait modes.
BenQ will also introduce two new projectors in the form of the 6,000-lumen (their spec) 1080p SH963 and a 6,000-lumen, 1024×768 resolution (XGA) SX914 projector. Both have a contrast ratio spec of 50,000:1.
After InfoComm, they’ll be here: http://www.benq.us