BenQ Japan has introduced two new members from its MX projector series, the MX710 and MX711. The BenQ MX710 provides a 2700 Lumens brightness, while the MX711 is rated at 3200 Lumens. Both models can display a 65-inch 1024×768-pixel image at two meters (6.5 ft), with input from VGA, HDMI, S Video, RCA composite and Ethernet port. There is also a USB port, so you can display JPEG, GIF, TIFF and PNG files without the need of a computer. The BenQ MX710 and MS711 are priced at 79,800 Yen ($949) and 89,800 Yen ($1,068), respectively. [Akihabara]



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