BenQ is a number one player when it comes to projectors. They have launched BenQ MH680 Full HD DLP projector for a price tag of Rs. 95,000.

The full HD projector features brightness levels of 3000 Lumens and contrast ratio of 10000:1 with Leading DLP technology. The projector also supports Blu-ray 3D playback. Thanks to the SmartEco technology the MH680 consumes 70% less power.

BenQ MH680 gives clearer and brighter picture with impressive 3D effects, most suitable for large venues. 480p, 576p, HD, 1080i and Full HD videos formats are supported. The MH680 is 5 times better than the 480p projectors.

You can connect your computer, tablet, iPhone, other devices using the WiDi feature. The content from these devices can be streamed on the projector using the Wi-Fi dongle that connects to the device (computer, iPhone tab etc..) and the dongle then communicates with the Wireless Display.

BenQ MH680

BenQ MH680 offers un-compromised brightness, excellent picture quality, optimized lamp life and low maintenance cost (extra long 6500 lamp hours). The projector also comes with built in auto shut off feature – it will turn off if there is no display source available for more than 30 minutes.

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The MH680 is easy to install, easy to replace the lamp and hassle free maintenance. BenQ MH680 available for a price of Rs. 95,000.

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  1. Dear gogi,

    Could you please let me know about Epson EB s 02. They have two more in that series s 11 and s12. All are svga, 2600 lumens basic projector which has been recently introduced in our country for home viewing. Other Epson HD models are pretty costly. I read good review about it. My very simple queston is, at present I am using my old CRT TV 29 inch which needs replacement. If I go for this projector which is within my budget, should I get the same quality picture, better than the old CRT or worse than that. We almost always watch TV at night in the drawing room with one cfl bulb on. I do understand that I will not get the HD experience with this projector but at least should I get the quality of my CRT? Incidentally Epson EB s 12 has a provision for HDMI cable attachments. Does that make any difference?

    I belong to the older generation and a bit computer illiterate.

    Regards

    Dr.chakrabarty

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