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The DLP BenQ TH683 projector displays a stylish white color and an amazing picture quality. With a 1920x1080 resolution, a 3200 ANSI lumen brightness, and a 10,000:1 contrast, you get crisp, readable images for business presentations, football matches or feature films, every time.
Thanks to LampSave Mode, you get a lamp life up to 7000 hours. SmartEco technology saves on power costs, while the projector still allows for projection in 3D.
Connectivity options include D-Sub, HDMI, HDMI 2.0, MHL and USB and mini USB.
Even in rooms where you can not afford to place the projector at a great distance, you will enjoy an image with a 2.5m diagonal. The BenQ TH683 can conjure up such an image at a distance of just 2.6m.
BenQ, a world leader in DLP projectors, offers flawless picture quality that you'll enjoy for years. BenQ boasts a number of awards using Digital Light Processing technology from Texas Instruments and BrilliantColor™ technology with patented filter-less design, which provides:
You get an automatic switch to Eco Blank Mode after the projector has been on for more than three minutes without an input signal, eliminating unnecessary energy waste and prolonging lamp life.
Smartec technologies from BenQ provide low maintenance costs without compromising brightness. The combination of excellent image quality and optimized lamp life ensure you get everything that is expected from a DLP projector. With this special innovation you can save up to 70% on lamp power consumption and enjoy lower maintenance costs with dynamic features for energy savings, while you still have extremely high quality and vivid images.
The cost of lamp replacement is the largest part of the total cost of operating a projector. LampSave mode dynamically adjusts the lamp output according to the brightness level of content and significantly extends lamp life by 50%! Lamp replacement frequency is also reduced by up to 50%, resulting in lower costs for lamp replacement.
When idle, the TH683 draws a minimal power of 0.5W (on standby), achieving what was for older models a big challenge. This technological advancement in energy saving helps extend the life of the projector lamp and reduce electricity costs.