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for cinema-class 3D home entertainment
EUROPE, December 2, 2011 - BenQ, an internationally renowned provider of digital lifestyle innovations and global DLP® projector leader announced today the launch of its first 3D Full HD home cinema projector – the W7000. It is also the first projector in the world to be accredited with the TUV Rheinland 3D Full HD Certification.
Powered by DLP Link™, the W7000 delivers ultra-smooth 1080p Full HD 3D images to both eyes – crosstalk free. Combined with 50000:1 high contrast ratio, 2000 ANSI lumen high brightness, Rec. 709 color gamut, BrilliantColor™ performance, VIDI™ lighting technology and the latest HDMI 1.4a connectivity, the W7000 allows you to enjoy brilliantly rendered 3D movies, live sports and video games directly without additional setup.
“This is certainly an exciting new chapter for us here at BenQ. What makes the W7000 so special is that it delivers what we call a real 3D home cinema experience,” says Peter Chen, General Manager of BenQ Display Product Business Group. “The W7000 allows you to enjoy 3D contents with 1080p Full HD resolution at both eyes. No crosstalk. No additional emitters or transmission devices required. Just fully immersive 3D enjoyment.”
The W7000 shares the same Full HD optimized optical system as any other top-of-the-line home cinema projectors from BenQ, offering the best clarity and sharpness in every Full HD image. The projection lens is comprised with only glass-made lens elements to perform with far more image details and better brightness performance. It is also built to match native Rec. 709 color gamut for color precision that reflects the human eye. Rec. 709 is one of the highest HD video standards seen in professional-grade home projectors today.
Featuring BenQ’s unique color management system, including the independent 3D color control and preset mode and user mode adjustment, the W7000 gives viewers the freedom to fine-tune hues, contrast, brightness, color temperature, gamma and white balance levels to match their individual 2D and 3D viewing preferences. For those seeking the absolute best performance out of the W7000, it does come with ISFccc certification. So obtaining professional results with the Imaging Science Foundation’s highly reputed ISFccc calibration service is only a phone call away. On top of all above, the W7000 is equipped with a wide lens shift range for easy home installation.
BenQ W7000 will be introduced to European markets in December 2011.
For more information, product specifications and related downloads, please visit the W7000 Product Page on BenQ.eu.