BenQ unveils first Full-HD projector
Dubai, February 12, 2013
Global leader in DLP projector market, BenQ, has introduced its latest collection, the world’s first Full-HD short-throw video projector, the W1080ST and the W1070.
“BenQ has always been at the forefront in bringing more enjoyment to users’ viewing experience. This year, our R&D has combined short-throw technology with Full-HD video projector to level-up home cinema entertainment,” said Manish Bakshi, managing director, BenQ Middle East & Africa.
“The launch of W1080 ST and W1070 will strengthen our 3D Full-HD video projectors in the region. We are optimistic that BenQ will continue to lead the projector market in the Middle East as we bring new products with digital lifestyle innovations,” Bakshi added.
The BenQ W1080ST, the first short-throw Full-HD video projector is able to project a 100-inch big screen in just 1.5 m which gives big screen fun in any limited space, a statement from the company said. With ISF certification, supporting multiple 3D forms, a brightness of 2000 Ansi lumen, and a contrast ratio of 10,000:1, W1080ST presents an excellent image quality.
Together with Rich connectivity including 2 HDMI ports, built-in 10W speakers and SmartEco power saving feature also make W1080ST a perfect home entertainment projector. The W1070 entails all the superior specs as the W1080ST minus the short throw capability, the statement said.
As the world’s first Full HD short-throw video projector, the BenQ W1080ST provides a 65” image at a distance of one meter, and a 100” image at a distance of 1.5 meter, without image obstruction or shadows on the screen.
With a brightness of 2,000 lumens and a contrast ratio of 10,000:1, the W1080ST & W1070 showcases Full-HD content in a sharp, 1080p definition image. Blu-ray video, console games and HD broadcasting are displayed in beautiful, high-contrast quality without any downscaling or compression.
The two models have ISF certified calibration controls with day & night modes and can adapt to the layout and size of any room and any ambient light level. Moreover, the projector also supports different 3D formats and with an HDMI connection, consumers can easily experience the virtual reality of 3D movies and games.
BenQ's SmartEco technology can save up to 70 per cent of lamp power consumption and lower maintenance costs through its dynamic power saving features while still bringing an ultra-vivid picture quality to your living room. – TradeArabia News Service