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      22.12.2009 13:05
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      Great projector and great performance for the price you invest!

      My MP626 arrived about two weeks ago, just in time for me to test out capabilities before the courses that I'd need them for would start. I've been testing this projector out since the day I received it, and wow, I'm extremely happy with what I paid for. I never bought products from BenQ before, but after reading review and forum threads, I found out that BenQ have been actually quite respected in their educational projector sector. On all my tests of Microsoft Document files and all sort of media files, it has came to my attention for a projector marketed at such a low price, you sure get one powerful projector with a relatively bright projection, a great contrast ratio, and low audible sounds from the projector itself.
      My overall impression of the BenQ MP626 is very high with this projector. It is a product that I will personally recommend to other friends in the educational field as it is a cost efficient and great return on investment. The size and weight of the unit makes it quite portable in the case of it needing to be transported from location to location and is fairly quick and fast to set up upon arrival. I also had the chance to test out the 1920x1080 display that is selectable. As the natural aspect ratio is 4:3 and not 16:9 it does stretch and shrink the image to fit the 4:3 views, but is just as clear if you have a big display going on.

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