BenQ launches the 4K HDR BenQ W1720 projector, an improved version of the W1700 model on the market. The projector works in DLP technology and offers real 4K resolution (3840×2160).
The precision of color reproduction is ensured thanks to CinematicColor technology and supports HDR (HDR10 and HLG) optimized for projectors.
For displaying 8.3 million individual pixels guaranteeing true 4K UHD resolution. The image displayed by W1720 additionally improves support for a wide dynamic range – High Dynamic Range (HDR). What’s more, full support for the latest version of copy protection HDCP 2.2 allows users to enjoy the fast-growing offer of 4K materials.
The W1720 uses BenQ CinematicColor technology and a six-element RGBRGB color wheel. Thanks to 100% coverage Color space Rec. 709 and Delta E <3, W1720 faithfully reproduces what the filmmakers intend to do.
Each projector has factory calibrated colors from the ITU-R Rec.709 palette at the D65 color temperature, Delta-E and Gamma parameters – the user receives a report (printout) from the individual calibration of a particular item.
Thanks to the 40 ° automatic correction of vertical keystone distortion and 1.2x optical zoom, the projector can be installed and quickly created a 4K HDR cinema room.
The W1720 can be easily changed into a smart projector by connecting the Wi-Fi module BenQ QCast / QCast Mirror, Google Chromecast or Amazon Fire TV Stick to the HDMI socket to instantly stream your favorite TV series, movies, sports events and video games wirelessly to the big screen.
Price: around 1555 USD
4K UHD resolution (3840 x 2160)
Brightness (ANSI lumens) 2000 ANSI Lumens
10,000: 1 contrast ratio (FOFO)
5W x 1 speaker
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