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BenQ Unveils the ‘SH940’ Large-Venue Projector

The SH940 is designed to provide flawless projection to any surface or ambient light setting

BenQ America Corp., a provider of visual display and presentation solutions, unveils the SH940, its latest high-brightness, large-venue projector that is designed to provide flawless projection to any surface or ambient light setting.
The SH940 offers full HD 1080p resolution, and provides 4,000 lumens of brightness, as well as a high contrast ratio of 50000:1, and a detail-enhancing Hollywood quality video processor that provides amazing picture quality to any conference room or lecture hall, BenQ says.
“The SH940 is a complete, cost-effective projection solution that combines superior image quality, fast installation, and flexible connectivity to suit any A/V media requirement,” said Mitch Rauch, an associate vice president for BenQ. “Built for both business professionals and educators, we’ve combined powerful features such as native 1080p resolution with energy-saving technology to create a fast, simple, and eco-friendly workflow that will inspire, entertain, and engage the audience.”
Installation is also accelerated with connectivity options such as dual HDMI and D-sub ports, and it has five Bayonet Neill–Concelman connections enabling inputs from several sources and devices, thereby increasing multimedia convergence, BenQ says.
So users can provide more efficient presentations, the projector offers big zoom capabilities, horizontal/vertical lens shifting, 2D keystone correction, and throw ratios of up to 2.43, BenQ says. The projector also offers picture-in-picture display and full connectivity to create an integrated entertainment media hub, according to the company.
In addition, the SH940 is compatible with leading professional switching and signal processing equipment, and is U.S. General Services Administration compliant, the firm says.
To reduce energy costs, power-saving features such as an “eco blank mode” enable presenters to blank out the screen whenever the projector is not in use, while a standby mode will lower power consumption to less than 0.5 W while the SH940 is inactive, according to BenQ. Lamp replacement access is available from the side or top of the projector.