BenQ MW632ST projector
COSTA MESA, Calif. — BenQ America, a manufacturer of video projectors, recently introduced its M6 Series projectors. Designed with high brightness, easy installation options and BenQ’s Colorific picture processing, the company’s MX631ST and MW632ST short-throw projectors deliver 3200 lumens of brightness with a 13,000:1 contrast ratio. The projectors also include a host of standard features, such as SmartEco power-saving technology, auto keystone setup tools, expanded connectivity options, and the ability to fill up to a 100-inch screen from just six feet away.
“Our new M6 Series projectors are the ultimate all-in-one solutions made for today’s small- to medium-sized spaces,” said Felix Pimentel, senior product marketing manager for BenQ America. “Combining Colorific picture quality, seamless setup tools, the ability to instantly connect to today’s wide ecosystem of portable devices and up to 10,000 hours of lamp life, customers are finally able to leverage the market’s most advanced projector innovations without compromising cost of ownership.”
BenQ’s XGA MX631ST and WXGA-resolution MW632ST short-throw projectors allow users to set up the devices within any small-scale area. Featuring 1.2x zoom capabilities and auto keystone to further streamline the setup process, the Colorific duo includes a 10W speaker to fill the room with sound, while dual HDMI slots allow for seamless switching of digital sources. Leveraging Mobile High-Definition Link technology, the MX631ST and MW632ST let customers stream small-screen content directly from any compatible mobile phone or tablet to the projector.
Both the MX631ST and MW632ST are equipped with BenQ’s Colorific image quality that optimizes the color palette for specific media such as presentations, movies, or photographs. The company’s SmartEco technology lowers the cost of ownership through lamp life of up to 10,000 hours and no filters to clean or replace. By setting projectors to “Smart Eco” mode, the units automatically adjust lamp power by up to 70 percent in order to use just the right amount of brightness.
To further reduce power consumption, an “Eco Blank” mode allows users to blank out the screen whenever projection isn’t required, while a “No Source Detected” mode automatically lowers brightness to 30 percent when no display has been detected for more than three minutes. After 20 minutes of inactivity, the projectors automatically shut down to save power. For total energy efficiency, a “Standby” mode allows the projectors to lower power usage to less than 0.5W during periods of inactivity.