BenQ Ultra-Short Throw DLP Projector
The MW853UST+ 3200-Lumen WXGA Ultra-Short Throw DLP Projector from BenQ features a 0.43:1 throw ratio, which is ideal for classroom and other applications where the projector is to be mounted very close to the screen. A single lamp provides 3200 ANSI lumens brightness in Normal Mode, and a single-chip DLP imaging device renders a 1280 x 800 (WXGA) resolution, 16:10 aspect ratio image. Through scaling the projector can also support a range of non-native resolutions, up to Full HD (1920 x 1080) for video and UXGA (1600 x 1200) for computer sources. Through a special USB type port the MW853UST+can interface with the PointWrite interactive learning system, the hardware for which is available separately.
Multiple ports allow the MW852UST to receive video from a variety of sources, including computers, Blu-ray Disc and DVD players, document cameras, 3D HDTV devices, and more. It features two VGA ports which also support component when using a separately available component to VGA adapter, two HDMI ports, one with MHL support, an S-video port, and a composite port. A VGA outputs mirrors the selected VGA input so that you can connect a computer monitor or pass the video along to a second downstream device without a distribution amplifier. There are also two analog audio inputs and a single analog audio output to loop audio through to a sound system or amplified speakers. Providing direct audio output there are two built-in 10-watt speakers.
An IR remote is included for local operation. The projector can also be managed centrally via RS-232C or Ethernet. This means you can use automation systems such as Crestron or even access settings from a Web browser running on a computer that is sharing the same network. A unique IP address means multiple projectors of the same or similar model can reside on the same network and be managed independently.