By Lisa Johnston
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Eagan, Minn. – National CE distributor Capitol has added BenQ America’s line of home and pro projectors to its product assortment.
“BenQ is one of the leading innovators in visual displays, and the company’s projectors are considered to be among the best on the market,” said Capitol president and chief financial officer Curt Hayes. “Adding them to our portfolio further strengthens the options available to our customers who serve the home theater and professional A/V sectors.”
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Irvine, Calif. – BenQ America has begun shipping the W1500 wireless full-HD (FHD) home entertainment projector supporting the Wireless Home Digital Interface (WHDI).
Designed to provide complete source connectivity without the need for cabling, the W1500 enables “simple installation, easy operation, 3D support, and full mobile device integration,” the company said.
Irvine, Calif. — BenQ America introduced Thursday a FullHD short-throw 3D home video projector at a price-shattering $1,299 suggested retail.
BenQ’s W1080ST will project a large screen image of up to 100 inches from as little as 6 feet from the screen. It uses Texas Instruments’ Dark Chip 3 (DC3) DLP chip and DLP Link technologies and Nvidia’s 3DTV Play. It also includes two HDMI inputs.
Irvine, Calif. – BenQ America said Friday it has partnered with IT and CE products distributor Synnex to sell BenQ products in the United States.
Synnex VisualSolv Group and its consumer electronics division, New Age Electronics, carry BenQ's entire product line, including projectors, monitors and interactive flat-panel displays (IFPs) ranging in size from 42 to 65 inches.
Toronto — BenQ America introduced Tuesday what it is calling the first FullHD 3D DLP video projector priced less than $1,000 for the home market.
BenQ’s model W1070 (available this month at a $999 suggested retail) offers a host of premium capabilities, including 3D for movie watching and gaming. The projector supports various formats and connection standards, such as Nvidia 3DTV Play, DLP Link and dual HDMI.
It includes an auto-detect system for 3D source material for a plug-and-play experience.