Looking for a home cinema project capable of 3D projection? Well if you happen to be in a market for such a projector, the good news is that BenQ may have something in store for you in the form of the W7000, which is apparently the first projector in the world to be accredited with the TUV Rheinland 3D Full HD Certification.
The W7000 is powered by DLP Link and is said to be able to deliver crosstalk free 1080p Full HD 3D images to both eyes while sporting a contrast ratio of 50000:1. It will also feature a maximum brightness of 2000 ANSI lumens, while its projection lens is comprised only of glass-made elements that BenQ claims will not only deliver more image details, but provide better brightness performance while supposedly being able to match the Rec. 709 color gamut.
It will also feature a lamp life of up to 2500 hours and will support both NTSC and PAL encoding systems. It will feature a pair of HDMI 1.4a ports, a D-Sub connector, component video and S-Video and an integrated RS232 port that can be used to control the projector remotely. No word on how much this will cost (although given its specs we don’t expect it come cheap) and is expected to be made available later this month.
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