If you are in the market for a 3D projector you might be interested to learn that BenQ has unveiled two new additions to its range of projectors at CES last week, in the form of the W1070 and W1080ST.
BenQ’s new projectors start $1,099 for the W1070 which provides full HD 1080p 3D projection using the high-end DLP Dark Chip 3 (DC3)technology, which is typically reserved for higher-priced models.
Where as the BenQ W1080ST projector has been designed to provide a short-throw full HD1080p 3D home projector for only $1,299, allowing users to benefit for large screen experiences even in smaller rooms. Lars Yoder, President of BenQ America Corp. explained:
“With the W1070 we have achieved a great balance between cost and performance, while the short-throw W1080ST adds flexibility to place the projector in the front of the room for a large screen projection experience. Our two latest projectors further establish BenQ as an innovative leader in home projection and ensure that home entertainment will never be the same.”
Both the W1070 and W1080ST are also equipped with BenQ’s industry-leading SmartEco technology for longer lamp life and low cost energy consumption. For more information on the new BenQ projectors jump over to the BenQ website for details.
Source: BenQFiled Under: Displays News