BenQ has launched a mobile digital projector, the CP270 which is quite light at 1.5 kg. It has a brightness of 2000 lumens and comes with XGA native resolution that goes up to 1024 x 768. It also features the BrilliantColor technology and a uniquely designed golden ratio 6-segment color wheel that is said to deliver truer-to-life images.
The CP270 offers eleven preset modes such as Dynamic, sRGB, Cinema, Presentation and Standard modes, and each of these is characterised by a distinct wave form to produce the best viewing experience for everything from gaming and movies and AutoCAD to PowerPoint and more.
The CP270 also comes with a presentation timer which is a built-in on-screen timer so that you don’t lose track of time during your presentations. It also has a wall colour-correction feature so that images will look better on uneven walls, or walls that are not white. This printer also seems quite efficient, as it has a feature where the cooling time has been reduced by over 60%, and it also has an auto-off function that shuts down the projector if no input sources are detected after a preset interval. This conserves power, as well as prevents overheating.
Publish date: December 8, 2010 5:55 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 6:59 pm