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The latest interesting piece of information from CES is the launch of innovative video projectors with the label W1070 and W1080ST from BenQ. These video projectors were out with the fame of world's first ever short-throw projectors with full-HD facility. Both projectors are priced conveniently; W1070 at Rs. 1,00,000 and W1080ST at Rs. 1, 10,000. Users can experience these impressive products without much delay as it is available throughout the country.
BenQ W1080ST features a 100-inch screen size enhanced with 1080p resolution. This projector operates within a short distance; say about 1.5m delivering quality pictures. This allows motion sensing games to be experienced to the core. The contrast ratio offered with these brand new projectors is their highlight which goes up to 10000:1. Along with that, the support of ANSI lumen brightness adds to the overall output.
Both projectors feature 10W speakers and also include SmartEco technology by which the power consumption is saved up to 70%. In eco mode, we can expect a comfortable lamp life of up to 6000 hours. Another interesting element of these devices is that they are ISFccc-certified. With this feature, users can make the most out of it by ISF Night and ISF Day modes.
They are also supported with variants of 3D like Blu-ray, video games, and 3D broadcasting. Users can even experience connectivity options of NVIDIA 3DTV PC. According to Rajeev Singh, who is the General Manager and country head of BenQ, big screen entertainment is brought to a whole new level with the launch of their innovative video projectors.