Posted on 6th February, 2019


BenQ has announced the W2700 projector that it says is the world's first DCI-P3 Colour Gamut 4K HDR-PRO Short Throw Projector.

The CinePrime W2700 DLP projector delivers true 4K (non-native) 3840x2160 resolution with 8.3 million distinct pixels from the latest 0.47” single-DMD DLP chipset.

The 4K-optimised optical systems consist of 8 structured groups of 10 all-glass lens elements, resulting in what BenQ says is “brilliant light transmission and ultimate image quality”. 

Martin Moelle, Managing Director of BenQ Australia, told StereoNET:

W2700 introduces budding movie fanatics to real enthusiast-level cinema performance,

Astounding 4K visuals with precise HDR colour combined with powerful image adjustability and installation flexibility to perfectly suit small audio-visual screening rooms and living rooms.

The W2700 features exclusive HDR-PRO technology supporting both HDR10 and HLG formats and incorporates auto colour and tone mapping techniques to offer superior brightness and contrast ranges.

CinematicColor technology featured in the W2700 is said to provide 95% coverage of the super wide DCI-P3 colour space and 100% of Rec. 709, backed by individual factory colour calibration reports.

The compact profile and lightweight W2700 offers versatility when it comes to installation with short throw, 1.3X zoom, and vertical lens shift.

The BenQ W2700 Projector will be available in Australia from March 2019 and will sell for $2,499 RRP.

For more information visit BenQ.


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