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BenQ introduces the W1080ST in India; a full-HD short-throw video projectorBenQ, has introduced what the company claims to be the world's first Full-HD short-throw video projectors, the W1080ST & W1070, at CES 2013 and India simultaneously.
Launched at CES 2013, the BenQ W1080ST & W1070 video projectors support multiple inputs of 3D via HDMI 1.4 (2 ports). Users can connect a number of devices such as Blu-Ray player, 3D broadcasting, and video games, PC etc. The projectors boast of NVIDIA 3DTV PC connectivity as well. The projectors also feature built-in 10W speakers and SmartEco power saving features.
"It has been our constant endeavor to provide the best technology to our consumers to enjoy the ultimate big screen entertainment in their living rooms, we continue to bring the same excitement in 2013 with the launch of world’s first full HD short-throw video projectors W1080ST & W1070,” said, Rajeev Singh, Country Head & General Manager, BenQ India “Both projectors deliver full HD 1080p quality and are equipped with 3D capabilities through which you can enjoy all the fun of motion sensing and 3D games enhanced in size through the use of a home entertainment projector taking home entertainment & gaming to a whole new level.”.
In addition, the W1070 and W1080ST are ISFccc-certified by the Imaging Science Foundation a feature that was until now only reserved for higher-priced video displays. ISFccc enables viewers to enjoy a perfectly calibrated picture along with two optimized modes -- ISF Day and ISF Night -- delivering an unparalleled professional viewing experience.
The W1070 & W1080ST are available at a price (MRP) of Rs. 1,00,000 & Rs. 1,10,000 respectively across India.
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