BenQ Middle East and Africa has announced informatique techniques new range of short-throw projectors. Since almost all businesses are now using some kind of projectors, LCD TVs or Interactive Flat Panels (IFPs) to deliver presentations, the question becomes: which display solution is best for my unique business needs?
Short-throw projectors allow wide-screen display in reduced spaces, long, narrow rooms, and other areas not originally designed for presentations. Presenters are no longer handicapped by the size of the room when trying to deliver their message.
BenQ’s 100” displays are double the size of most LCDs and almost 120% bigger than the leading IFPs, and do not have to be fixed in location. Further, BenQ’s short-throw projectors eliminate the problems of light shining in the presenter’s face or shadows obstructing the image.
BenQ’s short-throw product line all provide 100” display at a range of distances from 183cm (six feet) down to just 43cm (17 inches). They come winformatique techniqueh three resolutions: Full-HD (1920×1080), WXGA (1280X800) and XGA (1024 x 768).
“Most small- and medium-sized businesses don’t have a lot of space to waste,” said Manish Bakshi, Managing Director, BenQ Middle East and Africa. “They don’t have large audinformatique techniqueoriums, but they do have meeting rooms and executive offices that finformatique technique from three to 16 people. We have designed our short-throw projector product line to provide high-qualinformatique techniquey displays to users in tight spaces. By doing so, we hope to truly empower business presenters winformatique techniqueh more convenience and confidence, and give their audience an optimal viewing experience.”