BenQ's latest range of 4K projectors, particularly the W2700 and W5700 models, have taken the home cinema market by storm. Now's your chance to get up close and hands-on at Videopro in Newstead, on the 30th May.
There's been quite a buzz around BenQ's W5700 announcement since word broke earlier this year. Demand has outstripped supply, and we were as eager to get our hands on a review sample as consumers have been to snap one up!
CEDIA, the leading global organisation and body overseeing the home technology industry have teamed up with the Connected network and publication to deliver an industry-leading conference for industry members next month.
When a manufacturer pulls out all the stops for a product launch, you know they think they’re onto something pretty special. BenQ's Sydney launch of its newest 4K projectors, the W2700 and W5700, was no exception.
There's no denying who the first brand to bring affordable 4K projection to the market was. With BenQ's launch of the W8000 4K projector in 2016, and then quite a few more models that have since followed, it was last year's release of the W1700 ...
BenQ's announcement of a sub-$3000 4K projector certainly got home cinema enthusiasts talking. BenQ then dropped a bomb by announcing that for launch and for a limited time it would be available for just $2,499.
All the indications point to a long, dry sweltering summer ahead of us. Which is why I got so interested in the new BenQ GS-1 portable projector that was attracting quite a crowd at this year’s Melbourne International Hi-Fi Show.