- Product description
BenQ MX631ST (copy)Suitable for
- 40% Business
- 60% School
BenQ MX631ST - Versatile short throw projector
The BenQ MX631ST projector is a useful projector when you have a small room to work with, or in a classroom environment.
Often in a smaller meeting room you will have a problem that there is not enough space for a conventional projector. In this scenario, the BenQ MX631ST is ideal because it has a short-throw lens allowing you to product a (for example) a 2m image width at a distance of only 180 to 216 cm. Thanks to the zoom, which is rarely found in a short-range projector, you even have a degree of flexibility too. Another scenario where a short-throw projector is often used is the classroom. Since the projector can be placed quite close to the wall, it is possible for the teacher to be positioned so that they are not dazzled by the bright light of the projector.
There are lots of useful features that make the BenQ MX631ST price appealing. It has an MHL-capable HDMI input, which allows MHL-capable mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets to be connected directly to the projector. This also adds the possibility of using the BenQ QCast dongle meaning that wireless presentation is possible. In addition, it is 3D-capable meaning that 3D content can be projected directly from a 3D Blu-ray player. The 3D playback is even in 144 Hz which ensures a smooth and pleasant 3D display. When it comes to audio, the BenQ MX631ST has impressive performance thanks to its 10 watt speaker.
The DLP projector uses an XGA resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels in a 4: 3 format. Its light output is at a good level of 3200 lumens and the contrast ratio of 13,000: 1 is also good. In our BenQ MX631ST review, it was particularly impressive when showing writing on a white background. In its Eco mode, the fan noise can barely be heard as it is only 28 dB.
The BenQ MX631ST projector offers a good selection of connections. It has two HDMI inputs, one of which is an MHL-capable along with a VGA input and a VGA output. A composite video and S-video connection are available for analogue video signals. The internal loudspeaker can be supplied with a signal via stereo RCA and 3.5 mm jack. A 3.5 mm jack output is also available. An RS232 connection is available for control purposes along with a mini-USB connection for service. It also has a USB type A connection with 1.5V for powering external dongles, such as the google Chromecast.
The supplied accessory consist of a power cable, a VGA cable, a remote control with batteries, a quick start guide and the full BenQ MX631ST user manual on CD-ROM.
In conclusion, the BenQ projector is a very practical presentation projector for rooms with little space. Add to this the really versatile connection possibilities and the BenQ MX631ST price is settled at a really attractive level.
- Product dimensions (height): 11.44 cm
- Product dimensions (width) : 28.37 cm
- Product dimensions (depth) : 23.26 cm
- Technical data
Manufacturer Benq Name BenQ MX631ST (copy) SKU 1141430 Manufacturers Code / SKU 9H.JE177.13E Application Short throw projectors Product Type DLP Lamp type Metal halide lamp ANSI lumens 3200 ANSI lumens Resolution 1024 x 768 XGA Format 4:3 Contrast 13000 : 1 Operating noise 33 dB Operating noise eco 28 dB Lamp life 4500 hours Projection ratio 0.9-1.08 : 1 Vertical keystone correction 30 ° Inputs 2 x HDMI Inputs,1 x USB Type A,1 x VGA Inputs,1 x 3.5mm Jack Outputs 1 x VGA outputs,1 x 3.5mm Audio outputs Projector features Direct Power off, Integrated speaker, MHL, WLAN optional Product dimensions (width) 28.37 cm Product dimensions (height) 11.44 cm Product dimensions (depth) 23.26 cm Product weight (net) 2.6 Colour White Delivery contents Handbuch-CD, Quick Start Guide, Fernbedienung inkl. Batterien, Netzkabel, VGA-Kabel, Garantieerklärung Lamp code 5J.J9V05.001 Condition Used - as new Warranty 36 month Warranty type Bringin service
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