Posted Tue May 17, 2011 at 07:00 AM PDT by Dick Ward
It boasts a dual lamp setup, a strong contrast ratio, and a few features to ensure the best color accuracy possible.
The latest projector from BenQ is designed to be bright, clear and reliable, even in rooms with plenty of ambient light. The SH960 sports a 3000:1 contrast ratio and a color palette of 1.07 billion.
"For many professional applications as well as viewers who would like to enjoy a ballgame or movie with the lights on, projection does not come in a more vibrant and crystal-clear display than with the SH960," says BenQ VP Mitch Mauch. "We've combined extraordinary brightness with 1080p native resolution to enable stunning image quality even in settings where ambient light is difficult to control."
In addition to standards like an eco-mode to extend lamp life and lens shifting, the BenQ SH960 offers a Wall Color Correction feature that adjusts the picture to provide correct color even on walls that would normally throw it off.
The BenQ SH960 will be available in June at a price of $6,999.
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