Costa Mesa – Video projector manufacturer BenQ announced Monday its BenQ Cares Program, which will donate $10 to the Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign for every Colorific HT1075 projector sold in October.
Created earlier this year, the BenQ Cares outreach program seeks to promote the company's social responsibility by supporting charitable causes and reinvesting in communities such as education and the arts.
“Pairing our latest BenQ Cares initiative with our new HT1075 projector is a great way to increase awareness and contributions for breast cancer research across the country," stated Lars Yoder, BenQ America president. “By partnering with our customers, we believe we can make a real difference in order to both educate the general public and support the dedicated professionals that help in fighting this disease.”
The BenQ HT1075 Colorific projector can be found at an under $1,000 street retail price and features DLP-based FullHD resolution targeting large-screen home theater applications. In outputs 2,200 ANSI lumens of brightness, a 10,000:1 contrast ratio, and features dual HDMI port connectivity, an optional wireless Full HD kit, a vertical lens shift feature and horizontal and vertical keystone correction.
Also added to of the HDMI ports is mobile high-definition link (MHL) support, allowing a tethered connection to a smartphone or tablet to display pictures on the big screen.
The projector also includes a built-in 10-watt chamber speaker.