BenQ describes its MP512ST projector as "designed for the Nintendo Wii," and by that we assume they mean white, inexpensive, and standard-definition. All the more reason for us to be surprised when this little unit produced a decent picture, albeit not quite at the level found on more-expensive high-definition projectors. Still, for less than $600, or about the price of a bargain-brand 32-inch flat-panel LCD, it's tough to complain.
Below you'll find the settings CNET reviewer Kevin Miller found best for viewing the BenQ MP512 ST in a completely dark room via the HDMI input with a 1080p, film-based source on his 92-inch wide Stewart Greyhawk screen. Your settings may very depending on screen, source, room conditions and personal preference. Check out thefor more information.
Picture Mode: User 1
Reference Mode: Cinema
Color Temperature: T3
(All the other picture settings were grayed out and inaccessible)