By 19 August 2010 | Categories: news


Local distributor, Esquire Technologies, has officially introduced the BenQ 3D projectors to the South African market.
The BenQ MP626 and MP776 3D projectors offer advanced picture processing technologies such as BrilliantColor, updated wheel colour and 3D Color Management which offer displays particularly suited to the class room or technical meetings.
The portable projectors are supported by DPL (Digital Lighting Processing) technology by Texas Instruments; Crestron RoomView LAN (Local Area Network) which allows for multi-projector management and control of up to 250 projectors and AV devices.
“The BenQ 3D projectors are perfect for home, school or office use to enhance digital viewing and are a great addition to Esquire's extensive digital lifestyle and consumer electronics range” says Asgar Mahomed, managing director of Esquire Technologies.
In addition to this the new 3D range incorporates a full 16.7 million colour palette with 1024 x 768 native resolution, a standard throw at two metres and brightness ranging from 2500 to 4000 ANSI lumens, filter-free technology and cool-touch temperatures.
The range is currently available from Esquire Technologies, pricing details are currently unclear.



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