Apart from coming out with great monitors, BenQ also provides good quality and innovative home entertainment solutions. Now, they’ve announced their newest lineup of home projectors which are sure to take your viewing experience to the next level: the W1110, W2000, and W3000.
These projectors sport an elegant and stylish design, and are capable of unmatched picture clarity and details, thanks to a Full HD optimized optical system, and BenQ’s technology which reaches the Rec. 709 standard for high-definition color reproduction. Also present is a newly enhanced airflow and fan architecture, which reduces acoustic noise by up to 27dBA using Eco mode.
All these combined with features such as lens shift, side projection, short-throw technology, big zoom, Full HD wireless capability, and a user-friendly interface allows users to easily enjoy the luxury of having a home theatre system with professional level audio and visual quality.
BenQ’s CinemaMaster technology incorporates audio and video enhancement features including Motion, Color, Pixel, and Flesh Tone Enhancers, as well as a digital sound enhancement engine which uses the same algorithms used in Hollywood studios, dramatically improving bass and treble, and creating effects that build up to a more immersive experience.
BenQ’s home video projectors also feature an ANSI contrast ratio which is a significant improvement over non-DLP projectors, resulting to clean and detailed visuals. These are also fairly easy to install and are equipped with a Big Zoom feature which can easily adapt to the any room setup, and Vertical Lens Shift, which allows the projected image to be shifted up and down. The W3000 in particular, has both horizontal and vertical lens shift capability, While side projection with 2D keystone can also be achieved on the W2000 model.
The optional wireless Full HD kit enables you to stream 1080p content to the projector, even in 3D using a one-time setup which automatically detects the kit. The four antennas extend the coverage by up to 100 feet, even through walls, while signal loss from selecting channels is compensated by Dynamic Frequency.
The W1110, W2000, and W3000 Home Video Projectors will soon be available for purchase in Europe with pricing yet to be confirmed.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.