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BenQ Enters The Golf Simulation Market

BenQ has released the world’s first laser projector that’s designed for golf simulation.

The LU935ST boasts 92-percent Rec.709 color coverage, 20,000 hours of maintenance free use, 2.3 million pixels and a 3,000,000:1 contrast ratio.

“The golf simulation market has grown dramatically as golfers look for ways to keep their swing in the best form when they can’t get to the course,” said Bob Wudeck, senior director of business development at BenQ America Corp.

 

“While LCD lamp-based projectors have been used in old golf simulation kits, lamps are climbing in price, have a shorter life span, pose a mercury risk, require filter cleaning, and typically don’t provide color accuracy specifications.”

The LU935ST will retail for US$3,999.

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