BenQ releases three new high definition home cinema projectors
BenQ has announced the launch of three new high definition video projectors in the UK. The W10000, W9000 and W500.
The W500 provides a 5,000:1 contrast ratio, features HQV (Hollywood Quality Video), operates at 28dB, and can project 720p content. It also offers upscaling of standard definition content.
Its Multi-Dimensional Diagonal Filtering technology should prevent ghosting, and it has horizontal and vertical lens shifting, and “professional inputs” – presumably / hopefully this includes HDMI.
It retails for £699.
The W9000 is a DarkChip2 DLP system featuring 8,500:1 contrast and able to project full 1080p high definition content, including at 24fps so able to show films at this rate when connected to a compatible disc player.
It also has HQV, operates at 23dB, and features ISF calibration as standard. It’s equipped with an 8-segment colour wheel, 10-bit processing, and a motorised iris.
Priced at £2499.
The W10000 projector also offers 1080p/24fps playback, but goes the whole hog with its DarkChip3 DLP system, offering a 10,000:1 contrast ratio, HQV, and 23dB operation.
Priced at £4499.
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