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At the end of last year, we reviewed BenQ’s predecessor to the W2700, the W1700, which had achieved great results, but its successor offers some very interesting new features: for starters, it benefits from a brand new beautiful design.
But it is also optimized for BenQ HDR PRO which supports HDR10 and HLG, plus it can zoom up to 1.3 times and can display an image up to 120 ” diagonal with a brightness of up to 2000 lumens.
But the real improvement here is the contrast ratio of the projector. While the W1700 offered a contrast ratio of 10,000: 1, the W2700 goes up to an impressive 30,000: 1 – resulting in a very dynamic picture.
Optoma HD142X For those who think home theater is an occasional luxury that is just not affordable or practical, the ultra-affordable HD142X is food for thought.
Despite its affordability, it has a full 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution, 3000 ANSI lumens of brightness, a high contrast ratio of 23,000: 1, and built-in 10-watt speakers. It even supports 3D video on startup.
Optoma claims the HD142X lamp lasts around 8,000 hours – and claims it would last around 10 years if you watched a two-hour movie every day. As input, the HD142X offers 2 x HDMI (1.4 a 3D support) + MHL v1.2, perfect for connecting a 3D Blu-ray player or a PS4.
We’re big fans of the affordable BenQ TH683. It might not be the top of the line from this very renowned projector maker, but it’s the perfect balance between price and performance to have a chance to be in your living room.
The TH683 features Full 1080p (1920 × 1080) resolution, 3200 ANSI lumens brightness, 10,000: 1 high contrast ratio, and built-in speakers. These speakers could be a bit more powerful, but for the price, it’s hard to complain more.
The projector is capable of projecting images from 60 to 120 inches in diameter, and its lamp is designed to last 4,000 to 10,000 hours, depending on the modes you primarily use.
As input, it offers the option Computer in (D-sub 15 pin) x 2 (Share with component), Composite Video in (RCA) x 1, and HDMI. Victory!
BenQ W1070 + DLP projector
There was a time when a decent home cinema projector would cost well over £ 1000 and take up a lot of space.
The BenQ W1070 + DLP projector, still approaching the tumbling price of a flat-screen TV, offers enough brightness for daylight use, as well as a very important Full HD resolution.
If you’re hesitant to take the plunge and make a projector your primary way to watch movies and play video games, the W1070 + is undoubtedly one of the most daring and bright entry-level projectors on the market. It is also one of the best value for an entry-level.
Optoma UHD51 (2018)
Connected home cinema projectors with voice control could at first glance appear as a bit of a catch-all product, surfing the buzzwords (or should we rather say here the “wake-up words”) Alexa from Amazon, Siri from Apple or the voice assistant from Google.
But when you think about the environment your projector will be installed in and the most common usage scenarios, it all lights up – you’ll find yourself in a dark room, where it’s not always easy to clearly see the different buttons on remote control, your hands may be cluttered with popcorn and other treats.
That it be possible to shout “Start the movie!” »To your video projector activated by voice control, potentially installed in its ceiling support, far above your head, immediately takes on its full meaning.
At the end of the day, while Alexa’s features are fun (while still being pretty superficial), everything about Optoma’s UHD51 projector works flawlessly. It will be very difficult to find another projector that is able to offer this image quality and these features at such a price.
Optoma’s UHD51 represents a real quantum leap in 4K projection if you’re on a tight budget. What it is able to offer allows even those with a smaller living space and a more modest bank account, to enjoy the joys of high-end home theater.