BenQ has launched the W7000 projector in India which touts a Full HD resolution of 1920×1280 pixels and 3D capabilities. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy Watch Active4 leaked renders show fresh design, flatter display
The W7000 features many technologies like optimized optical system, frame interpolation in 2D & 3D, 3D direct playback from BluRay & PS3 players, PIP, high zoom of 1.5:1, wide range lens shift and panamorph lens compatibility for enhanced viewing comfort. Also Read - New iPhone SE to be the most affordable 5G phone from Apple, to launch in 2022
The combined expertise of BenQ’s projector know-how, Texas Instrument’s DynamicBlack and Philip’s VIDI lamp technology delivers an impressive 50,000:1 contrast ratio for high quality image definition, for dark scenes and a 2,000AL to counter any ambient room lighting. The projector is powered by DLP Link and is compatible with the latest HDMI standard 1.4a. Also Read - Jio 5G launch LIVE UPDATES: Big announcements expected from Reliance Jio today
Other features include a unique color management system which includes independent 3D color control, preset mode, and user mode adjustment. Unique to the W7000 projector is frame interpolation technology. BenQ claims, this special mode minimizes the appearance of motion blur and judder to give you an ultra-smooth view of all the actions in both 3D and 2D mode particularly for fast moving scenes during games and movies.
Another interesting technology that come equipped with the BenQ W7000 is a panamorph lens compatibility. This allows the user to show 2.35:1 aspect format video play back. The W7000 projector is available in the market for Rs 2,46,976.