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BenQ targets big-screen gaming with new home projector

The W1210ST features low input lag, Game modes, 100” at 1.5 meters short-throw technology

BenQ targets big-screen gaming with new home projector
The W1210ST home projector targets the booming gaming market in the region.

BenQ, global provider of digital lifestyle products and home projection technology, has launched the W1210ST home projector targeted at gamers.

The W1210ST features low input lag for fast responsiveness during video gaming, while the elimination of motion enhances in-game realism. BenQ enhances the W1210ST with better colour reproduction, Game modes, cinema-quality sound, and short throw technology (100” at 1.5 meters).

Some of the key features include:

The short-throw projector achieves 100 inches of viewing area when placed just 1.5 meters from the projection surface, and the 1.2X zoom allows even greater positioning freedom.

The W1210ST is designed with low input lag technology to create a smoother and more responsive video game experience free from distractions and delays. The W1210ST also boasts microsecond DMD response times to eliminate unwanted motion blur. Customised Game modes further enhance performance under different play conditions.

The W1210ST’s 6X RGBRGB colour wheel and Full-HD ensures provides for much better colour reproduction. 

The W1210ST sound is powered by CinemaMaster Audio+ from by MaxxAudio,  via a 20-watt speaker housed in a resonant sound chamber.

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