BenQ launched its first Full HD 3D home cinema projector, the W7000 which is also claimed to be the first projector in the world to be accredited with Full HD 3D Certification by TÜV Rheinland. The projector utilizes BenQ Full HD Optimized Optical System which ensures best quality and sharpness of images.
The W7000 features a 1.5:1 zoom range and 1.62 to 2.43 throw ratio, it utilizes H+V lens shift technology that provides up to 125 percent vertical and 40 percent horizontal lens shift adjustment with zero vertical offset. Other specifications includes a 2000 ANSI lumens brightness, a 50,000:1 high contrast ratio, there’s VIDI lighting technology which delivers more lumens on screen and increases brightness by 15% for red and blue.
BenQ’s BrilliantColor technology is also utilized to boost midtone colors to heighten brightness levels. It also has DLP Link technology to deliver 1080p Full HD 3D images without the distraction of crosstalk. Connectivity options includes two HDMI 1.4, a component, D-sub, S-Video inputs and DC 12V Trigger and RS232 control port. BenQ plans to release the W7000 during Q1 of 2012 and it will go for the price of $3999.