BenQ Unveils Its First Full 1080p HD Digital Projector

Quiet, Bright HD Projector Designed for Home Cinema Enthusiasts

BenQ unveils its first full 1080p HD digital projector, the BenQ W10000. The new home cinema projector offers outstanding picture quality, optimized compatibility and advanced feature set. It has a sharp 10,000:1 contrast ratio, native 1920 x 1080 resolution, a high brightness of 1,200 ANSI lumen and BenQÕs proprietary Senseye(TM) technology. The Ben Q W10000 performs perfectly with various devices, such as media center systems, game consoles as well as high definition DVD and new Blu -ray players.

The W10000 arrives with a wide range of applications and instant setting options including cinema, home theater, family room, photo and gaming modes. ItÕs also whisper quiet for undisturbed viewing.

The ultimate solution for home cinema enthusiasts, the BenQ W10000 is equipped with Advanced Continuous Electronic IRIS and DarkChip3(TM) DMD chipset with a high resolution projection lens for the best imagery possible. The Advanced Continuous Electronic IRIS increases the contrast ratio to a high 10000:1 while optimizing light intensity for bright or dark scenes. The DarkChip3(TM) DMD decreases light scattering and significantly boosts image contrast for dark scenes.

The W10000 has a MSRP of $9,999. and is available immediately through Home Theater distributors in the US.

BenQ America Corp
Alison Hau, 949 -255 -9466


Antarra Communications
Susan van Barneveld, 714 -891 -3660

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