BenQ has announced that it will show a new range of 100% sRGB Colorific projectors at InfoComm 2015. The sRGB is colourspace is supported by HP and Microsoft because it approximates the colour gamut of the most common computer display devices. sRGB is the standard for displaying images on the internet. Even though sRGB’s colour gamut encompasses just 35% of the visible colours specified by CIE it is still considered broad enough for most colour applications, and has the considerable advantage of being a widely accepted standard.
The BenQ HC1200 – the market’s first 100% sRGB projector.
BenQ’s new range is designed to offer colour accuracy in projection in line with the standard for smartphones, monitors, cameras, printers, as well as the Internet. sRGB displays produce a richer colour saturation and, as a result, deliver more accurate images with a higher perceived overall brightness. “End users expect colour continuity across all devices. They want to see all their content as well as their company logo exactly as they see it on their smartphones, tablets, and monitors,” said Lars Yoder, President at BenQ America Corp.
The new line-up on display at InfoComm 2015 consists of the PU9730, PU9530, SU964, SU922, and HC1200.