In brief

Every projector maker worth its salt has, or will have, a 3D model on sale, and you can now add Taiwan's BenQ to that list.

The company's new W7000 uses DLP projector technology, and boasts a claimed 2000-lumen output with a 50,000:1 contrast ratio. The lamp is rated for between 2000 and 2500 hours of use, and the unit can display up to and including 1080p resolution.

At the back, you'll find two HDMI ports, a VGA D-Sub input and an RS232 port, as well as component and S-Video inputs.


The W7000 should be available now, and bears a recommended retail price of AU$3799.