BenQ unveils a projector capable of rendering open-world games

9 Jan, 2022

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BenQ showcased several new products at CES, including a pair of gaming-oriented projectors. The company saw CES as a key growth market.

BenQ Launches Projector for Open-World Gaming | Sound & Vision

The X3000i (pictured above) is a 4K DLP variant with a 3,000 lumen LED light source and 100 percent DCI-P3 color coverage. The BenQ TK700 is a lamp-driven 4K DLP display with 3,200 lumens and 96 percent Rec.709 color coverage. Both projectors support HDR10 and can project a 100-inch screen from a distance of 8 to 11 feet.

Both new models take 4K/120Hz input signal from the latest PS5 and Xbox Series gaming consoles, though BenQ recommends setting the console to Auto output for best motion performance, which prioritizes 120Hz refresh rate above 4K resolution. 

saw sample of the X3000i, model that BenQ recommends for open-world games due to its better color capability and reduced input lag (8.3ms with 1080p/120Hz source), and the performance was outstanding with the PlayStation titles BenQ used. 
 
In March, the 3000i will go on sale for $1,999, and the TK700 will go on sale for $1,499 by the end of January.

 

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BenQ unveils a projector capable of rendering open-world games

9 Jan, 2022
31 read  ·  2 hit

BenQ showcased several new products at CES, including a pair of gaming-oriented projectors. The company saw CES as a key growth market.

BenQ Launches Projector for Open-World Gaming | Sound & Vision

The X3000i (pictured above) is a 4K DLP variant with a 3,000 lumen LED light source and 100 percent DCI-P3 color coverage. The BenQ TK700 is a lamp-driven 4K DLP display with 3,200 lumens and 96 percent Rec.709 color coverage. Both projectors support HDR10 and can project a 100-inch screen from a distance of 8 to 11 feet.

Both new models take 4K/120Hz input signal from the latest PS5 and Xbox Series gaming consoles, though BenQ recommends setting the console to Auto output for best motion performance, which prioritizes 120Hz refresh rate above 4K resolution. 

saw sample of the X3000i, model that BenQ recommends for open-world games due to its better color capability and reduced input lag (8.3ms with 1080p/120Hz source), and the performance was outstanding with the PlayStation titles BenQ used. 
 
In March, the 3000i will go on sale for $1,999, and the TK700 will go on sale for $1,499 by the end of January.

 

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