BenQ: Two bulbs are better than one

This XGA DLP beamer is powered by dual onboard bulbs for two very good reasons.

Unless you're really out of luck, chances are that nothing can stand in your way to clinch that million-dollar deal with the help of BenQ's latest SP920. That's because this XGA DLP beamer is powered by dual onboard bulbs for two very good reasons.

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First, it gives you backup redundancy in case of nasty blown bulbs. Second, their combined lumens serve out a staggering 6,000 ANSI brightness--more than sufficient for large venue conferences or to offset moderate ambient lighting.

To deliver the best bang for your buck, there are three selectable lamp modes. From high-power 6,000 lumens for 2,000-hour lamp life efficiency to 4,800 lumens/3,000-hour combination and a single-bulb 3,000 lumens for a doubled 4,000-hour serviceable usage. Rounding it up, you have HDMI 1.3 and component-video inputs, as well as DVI and PC equivalents for all your connectivity needs. Unfortunately, pricing and availability weren't disclosed.

(Source: Crave Asia)

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