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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

BenQ Ships W1080ST 1080p 3D Short-Throw Projector for $1299

Building a home theater involves the right equipment, a lot of patience, and a little bit of math. After all, you can't just slap some seats in and expect to have the best viewing experience from every angle. The projector needs to be a certain distance and so do the viewers.

However, not everyone has a giant room to lay out the perfect, dedicated home theater space. Thankfully, short-throw projectors can make it easier to achieve that theater experience in smaller space. BenQ just announced a new projector option that's easy on your space and your budget. The W1080ST short-throw full HD 3D home projector is shipping now.

Designed to deliver a 100-inch image within six feet of the screen, the W1080ST supports 1080p and 3D, making it perfect for any home theater room. If you're planning one of those close-range installs, the W1080ST has an "Auto Blank" mode to block light output when objects (like your head) are detected in front of the lens.



It also has the unit has NVIDIA 3DTV Play, DLP Link and dual HDMI, as well as BenQ's own energy-efficient SmartEco technology. Other features include the DLP Dark Chip 3 (DC3), a Rec. 709 color gamut, ISFccc certification, a 10,000:1 contrast ratio, and built-in 10-watt stereo speakers. It also has three preset modes and two user modes for tweaking the picture based on what you're watching.

"By combining so many advanced features at such an affordable price, BenQ is proving once again its consumer commitment, offering accessible yet high-performance products that customers can enjoy," said Lars Yoder, BenQ America's president. "With the W1080ST projector, users get amazing image quality, short-throw performance for placement flexibility in any environment, rich connectivity options, and our energy-saving SmartEco technology for only $1,299. No other projector delivers this level of innovation and flexibility at this price point."

BenQ is selling the W1080ST now, with an MSRP of $1299.

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