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BenQ intros MP511+ DLP projector in Indian market

Darren Murph

BenQ's MP511+ isn't the swankiest of PJs, but it should do just fine in the average boardroom, classroom or living area. The DLP projector sports an SVGA (800 x 600) native resolution, 2000:1 contrast ratio, 2,100 ANSI lumens, BrilliantColor technology, VGA / component / S-Video / composite inputs and the ability to "adjust red, green, blue, cyan, magenta and yellow independently for hue, saturation and value." Additionally, this unit boasts a wall color correction feature that enables you to satisfactorily view content sans a white wall, and it shouldn't whir above 32dB while in operation. Considering the ho hum list of amenities, the Rs 31,499 price tag seems about right (if not a touch high), and apparently, you can snatch this up in the States for around $619 if it tickles your fancy.

[Via AboutProjectors, image courtesy of BenQ]

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