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BenQ MH680 and MH740 projectors now available

If you are on the lookout for a new projector for your entertainment or presentation needs, then BenQ might have something for you. The new BenQ MH680 and MH740 projectors were introduced to the market yesterday and offer something for both types of users.

The BenQ MH680 features consists of a Full HD native resolution, with a contrast ratio of 10000:1 and a brightness of 3000 ANSI lumens, which will be perfect for all your presentation needs.

As for the BenQ MH740 specs that are of the most importance are the same Full HD resolution, but offers a higher contrast ratio of 11000:1 and a brightness of 4000 ANSI lumens.

Even though both projectors offer varied features they do share one goal, and that is affordability, especially the MH740 because it offers double the pixel count as traditional WXGA devices, yet at a much lower price than rival projectors.

The BenQ MH680 projector price is $799 and is now available in the US, more details of which can be found on the BenQ website. The BenQ MH740 price is $1,499, again you can find more information here.

We have an unboxing video of the BenQ MH680 below, as for the MH740 there are no such videos, although that should change over the next few days.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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