W7000 is the first Full HD home cinema 3D projector unveiled by BenQ that comply to TÜV Rheinland 3D Full HD Certification. The W7000 Full HD 3D projector has adopted DLP Link technology for no crosstalk distraction while delivering the 1080p Full HD 3D images to both of viewers’ eyes.
BenQ W7000 Full HD 3D home cinema projector also comply to latest HDMI version 1.4a standard that capable to play 3D movies directly from a Blu-ray DVD player.
Featuring BenQ’s own Full HD Optimized Optical System for optimized clarity and sharpness of projected images, W7000 is equipped with VIDI lighting technology that claims capable to deliver more lumens for higher brightness up to 15% for both the red and blue LEDs.
At the core, BenQ W7000 comes with 50,000:1 high contrast ratio, 1.5:1 zoom range, 1.62 to 2.43 throw ratio, H+V lens shift technology for up to 125 percent vertical and 40 percent horizontal lens shift adjustment and zero vertical offset.
BrilliantColor technology is also included to boost midtone colors to heighten brightness levels. The projector features 2000 ANSI lumens brightness and 50,000:1 high contrast ratio. The W7000 is compliant to the native Rec. 709 color gamut – one of the highest HD video standards for professional-grade home projectors – for optimal color precision.
For unparalleled viewing experience, BenQ has equipped the W7000 also with ISFccc-certified’s Independent 3D Color Control that offers 6 primary colors for superb calibrated picture. There are two available optimized modes of ISF Night and ISF Day for the greater viewing satisfaction.
The good news is, you don’t have to get special 3D glasses that has additional emitter for enjoying the 3D effects, any standard 3D glasses will do the trick.
You will also be able to connect to live sports events via cable or satellite as well as playing PS3 or 3D games directly without additional setup. The weakness, still remain on the 3D glasses for the 3D visuality, which is unlikely to persist in next generation of 3D or holographic projection technology.
Other features including native Rec. 709 color gamut, you will also find a D-sub, component, S-Video inputs, DC 12V Trigger and RS232 control port, besides the 2x HDMI 1.4 port.
Scheduled for release first quarter this year, you could find details on specification of BenQ W7000, right here!
[ Source: BenQ ]