News from BenQ, two new ultra short throw projectors with integrated Android TV and Filmmaker mode have been announced
The new projectors BenQ V7000i e V7050i have recently won the prestigious EISA Award Best Product 2021-2022 in the category Home Theatre Display & Video. In this regard, the EISA committee stated:
By combining the large images of a traditional projector with the intuitive setup and operation of a TV, BenQ’s V7000i (Ice Gray) and V7050i (Matte Black) deliver thrilling emotions. home theater adequate and of high quality. Installation is a breeze, thanks to an integrated focus model, measurement tool and keystone correction, while a supplied dongle integrates theAndroid TV for video on demand apps, voice control and more. The build quality and style are deluxe, the audio performance of the front stereo speaker is clear and robust, and the 4K HDR playback benefits from natural colors, sharp images and vibrant contrast, particularly when used with the optional 100-inch ALR (Ambient Light Rejection) screen from BenQ. This is a superior all-in-one solution.
An alternative to TV
The brightness of the rooms will no longer be a problem thanks to 8.3 million pixels real UHD image. Both deliver clarity and more vivid colors than ever for images with impressive visual impact. By the way, BenQ shares the same values as UHD Alliance: both new products will in fact offer the mode Filmmaker. Through the latter it will be possible to enjoy films and shows exactly as they were conceived by director for an authentic cinematic experience.
Not only that, because it will also be on board Android TV certified by Google which will offer a large library of films, programs TV, games and sport to satisfy the whole family.
The price at which we will find the two new BenQ products will be 3,799 euros including VAT. What do you think of these two products? Let us know with a comment below and keep reading allotek to stay updated on the latest news and more.
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