BenQ Launches W3000 Projector

Posted on 6th April, 2016

BenQ Launches W3000 Projector

BenQ, internationally renowned for their affordable yet high performance home cinema projectors, have recently announced the launch of the W3000 1080p Full HD, Rec.709 Home Video Projector.

The W3000 takes the home cinema experience to another level achieving the Rec. 709 standard for high definition colour reproduction.  Like the previously released W2000, the W3000 is equipped with a 1080p Full HD optimised optical system that BenQ claims unmatched picture clarity and details, along with vertical and horizontel lens shift, side projection, short-throw technology, 1.5x Zoom, as well as Full HD wireless connectivity and user-friendly interface.

Only displays that conform to the Rec. 709 standard can reproduce the original quality and authentic colour of HD content. That level of quality is now available in home projection with the release of the W3000 Home Video Projector, which are precision calibrated utilising a 6-times speed RGBRGB colour wheel with finely tuned coating and colour segments to replicate stunning true colours for a superb viewing experience.

In order to build a colour wheel that produces Rec. 709 colours, BenQ took extra effort in the hardware design for colour wheel angle and coating, software optimisation for colour fine-tuning and also production line quality control to make sure that W2000/W3000 projector delivers perfect Rec. 709 performance.

With BenQ Cinematic Colour, you can now see the colours that film directors want you to see and enjoy consistent image performance for the entire movie.

Melbourne's premier Audio-Visual Retailer, RIO Sound & Vision saw the achievements from BenQ with the release of the W3000 and moved quickly to secure exclusive rights to the W3000 model. Available only from RIO's Preston, Hampton outlets along with online via their website, the BenQ W3000 Projector is available now for $3299 RRP.

The BenQ W3000 has already been claimed by some leading publications as the Best Cinema Projector under $5000.

For the full list of features and specifications, visit their website.

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