PE7700 features DLP(TM) technology, 6-segment colour wheel for high performance
After achieving number one market share in professional projectors in 2004,
BenQ Canada is not resting on its laurels. The company recently expanded its
line of award-winning projectors with the PE7700, a strong, mid-range unit for
home theatre enthusiasts desiring a high standard of image quality.

The PE7700 features the latest DLP(TM)-based HD2+ DMD chipset from Texas
Instruments, 1,000 ANSI lumens of brightness, a 2500:1 contrast ratio and a
6-segment colour wheel-the first one in BenQ’s line of projectors-and capable
of displaying up to 16.7 million colours.

“Our exciting new partnership with Texas Instruments is paving the way for
Canadians to enjoy even better BenQ products at more affordable price points,”
said Jimmy Davlouros, Executive Vice President for BenQ North America. “With
the PE7700, every home entertainment system can have the features and
performance capabilities of more professional products. Why settle for less?”

Equipped with BenQ’s proprietary Senseye technology which automatically and
dynamically improves image quality, the PE7700 also offers 18 different pre-set
modes for the ultimate viewing experience.

To keep its highly calibrated system operating properly, the PE7700 also boasts
micro dust filters that prevent air particles from damaging the DMD chipsets.
The result is a digital home theatre projector designed for long-lasting
operation and provides exquisite, consistent image quality.

“Technospeak aside, the PE7700 is an incredible machine,” added Davlouros.
“We’ve packed it with incredible image processing capabilities, a high contrast
ratio that allows for extremely clear dark pictures, as well as an incredibly
low noise level of 26 decibels. This is one powerful projector.”

The PE7700 is currently available in Canada and retails for approximately