BenQ unveils Full-HD projectors in India

15th January 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

New Delhi, India, January 14, 2013: BenQ has unveiled its range of video projectors in the form of W1070 and W1080ST at CES 2013 and now these projectors, dubbed as world’s first Full-HD short-throw projector have made their way to the Indian market.

BenQ W1080ST is capable of projecting a 254-cm (100-inch) 1080p (1920×1080) quality picture within a short distance of just 1.5m, which offers space to use, thereby allowing users to experience motion sensing games at higher level.

Both projectors support multiple forms of 3D such as Blu-ray, 3D broadcasting, video games and NVIDIA 3DTV PC connectivity. The projectors boast a contrast ratio of 10000:1 and a high 2000 ANSI lumen brightness.

These projectors come integrated with 10W speakers and 2HDMI 1.4 connectivity ports. They also come with the SmartEco technology that can save up to 70 per cent of lamp power consumption. They claim to offer 6000 hours of lamp life in Eco mode.

Additionally, the W1070 and W1080ST are ISFccc-certified that enables viewers to experience a perfectly calibrated picture along with two optimised modes – ISF Day and ISF Night.

BenQ has priced the W1070 at Rs 100,000 and W1080ST is priced at Rs 110,000 and these projectors are now available across the country.

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