BenQ has recently launched their newest short-throw projector for the mass market, the MW632ST. Designed for small to medium-sized classrooms, this new DLP projector is able to display a 64-inch image (16:10) from a distance of only 1 meter away.
Furthermore, this 3D-ready projector supports a native resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels and provides 3200 ANSI lumens brightness, 13000:1 high contrast ratio and up to 10,000 hours of maximum lamp life (SmartEco Mode).
It also comes with a built-in 10W mono speaker and provides a number of connectivity ports including 2x mini D-Sub, Composite, S-Video, 2x HDMI (1x MHL compatible), USB Type-A, USB Type mini-B and RS232C.
The BenQ MW632ST is available now for 89,800 Yen (about $745). [Product Page]