BenQ launches its first Full HD 3D home cinema projector, the W7000 which is also the first projector in the world to be accredited with Full HD 3D Certification by TÜV Rheinland. The projector utilizes the DLP Link technology to deliver 1080p Full HD 3D images without the distraction of crosstalk. It features the company’s own Full HD Optimized Optical System to ensure best clarity and sharpness of images.
The BenQ W7000 boasts the VIDI lighting technology to deliver more lumens on screen and increases brightness by 15% for red and blue. BrilliantColor technology is also included to boost midtone colors to heighten brightness levels. The projector features 2000 ANSI lumens brightness and 50,000:1 high contrast ratio. The W7000 is compliant to the native Rec. 709 color gamut – one of the highest HD video standards for professional-grade home projectors – for optimal color precision. It also provides Independent 3D Color Control for 6 primary colors, and is ISFccc-certified to deliver a perfectly calibrated picture along with two optimized modes — ISF Day and ISF Night — for an unparalleled viewing experience.
BenQ’s W7000 has 1.5:1 zoom range and 1.62 to 2.43 throw ratio. Its H+V lens shift technology provides up to 125 percent vertical and 40 percent horizontal lens shift adjustment with zero vertical offset. You can find two HDMI 1.4, a component, D-sub, S-Video inputs and DC 12V Trigger and RS232 control port.
To be released in Q1, the BenQ W7000 will be available for $3999.