BenQ launches the MP770 projector


BenQ today announces the release of its new MP770 projector, with vivid colour performance and outstanding features.

Equipped with Texas Instruments DDP3020 chip, the MP770 delivers higher brightness while providing true vibrant colours. BrilliantColourr is a colour-processing enhancement innovation from the DDP3020 chip. It enhances cyan, yellow and magenta colours, to enhance the mixed colours, therefore allowing for more realistic and life-like colour reproduction.

BenQQs new projector also produces unbelievable video quality, with smooth motion, jagger and noise reduced images, by utilizing a Film Mode, Edge Adaptive Interpolation and Video Noise reduction circuitry.

The MP770 performs at an amazing 3200 ANSI Lumen brightness, with an XGA resolution of 1024 x 768 and a 2000:1 contrast ratio. MP770 also takes advantage of BenQQs Colour Matching Technology and a 5 segment colour wheel for natural images.

The MP7700s Picture-in-Picture function provides imaging and video dual displays from PC and video inputs at the same time, while the digital zoom function allows you to zoom in 8 times digitally on specific portions of a displayed image. The projector also boats nine application modes to optimise colour, brightness, and contrast levels.

The feature-packed MP770 projector also delivers 2D Keystone correction, an optional wireless module, Power Saving Auto Off , a quick cooling function and Two User memories for individual preference.

The MP770 is available now!

Source: BenQ