BenQ has rolled out a new trio of HD-capable projectors – the W600, W1000 and W6000 which are all powered by the Texas Instruments-based DLP front projection processors. The W6000 is the most high-end among the three, featuring 1080p resolution, native 24fps support, a 50,000:1 contrast ratio and 2,500 ANSI lumens of brightness. In addition, it can upconvert 480p signals to near HD quality to give your DVDs a new lease of life, alongside 10-bit processing, a 1.5:1 zoom ratio and the ability for both horizontal and vertical lens shift. As for the W1000, you to would be able to bring home 1080p resolution reproduction, a 2,700:1 contrast ratio, 1,800 ANSI lumens of brightness, dual HDMI inputs and the standard range of analog inputs. Last but not least would be the W600 that will target more budget-conscious home users, where it is capable of reproducing 720p HD video, a 6-segment color wheel, dual HDMI inputs, 2,000 ANSI lumens of brightness and a 3,000:1 contrast ratio. Expect the BenQ W600, W1000 and W6000 to retail for $794, $1,590 and $3,970, respectively.