BenQ wants you to become part of the big picture—literally. The company just announced two new projectors that add interactivity into the equation.
The new MW860USTi (pictured) and MP780 ST+ are two new short-throw projectors, designed to deliver that big image at short distances. Each one also has BenQ’s second-gen PointDraw projection technology with dual pen support.
That interactive technology allows a variety of users to get involved with the display, with no additional system calibration needed. Both units come packing the new PointDraw Pen 2.0, which promises a faster response time and interactivity from up to 25 feet away.
As mentioned, both models also make it easy to project a big image from a short distance. The MW860USTi and MP780 ST+ feature ultra-short-throw ratios of 0.37 and 0.49, respectively.
Other features on both projectors include DLPLink 3D support, a built-in 20-watt speaker, LAN Display and USB Display options, and USB Drive Display and Remote Desktop support.
“With the second generation, we’ve taken interactivity to an entirely new level by doubling the functionality PointDraw offers, says Lars Yoder, BenQ’s president. “With this amazing technology, the MW860USTi and MP780 ST+ are the most advanced interactive tools available on the market.”
Both projectors are available now. The MW860USTi has an MSRP of $2,499, with the MP780 ST+ priced at $2,099.