Introducing the BenQ W2700 DLP projector
BenQ has revealed its CinePrime W2700 DLP projector; the world’s first 4K DLP projector with DCI-P3 colour designed for home theatres with short distance projection.
BenQ Australia managing director Martin Moelle says the W2700 can turn a movie lover into a fanatic.
“Astounding 4K visuals with precise HDR colour combined with powerful image adjustability and installation flexibility to perfectly suit small audio-visual screening rooms and living rooms,” he said.
With 3,840×2,160 resolution and 8.3 million distinct pixels for each frame, the W2700 uses the latest 0.47” single-DMD DLP technology and a 4K-optimised optical system with eight structured groups of 10 all-glass lens elements.
The W2700 blends real 4K resolution with the digital cinema industry’s DCI-P3 colour standard. Leveraging BenQ-exclusive CinematicColor technology, W2700 provides 95% coverage of the super wide DCI-P3 colour space and 100% of Rec. 709, backed by individual factory colour calibration reports ensuring Delta E≤3 colour accuracy.
Supporting both HDR10 and HLG formats, HDR-PRO incorporates auto colour and tone mapping techniques to offer superior brightness and contrast ranges as well as ideal image optimisation.
Designed with a modern, compact profile and light weight, W2700 facilitates tailored AV personalisation with versatile short throw, 1.3X zoom and vertical lens shift for unlimited entertainment potential.