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After seeing its new monitors, for Gamescom 2022 there was also time to announce the launch of its latest gaming projector, we talked about the BenQ X3000iwhich has received the prestigious award EISA 2022-2023 Gaming Projector in the ‘Home Theater Display & Video’ category.
As we could expect from a projector focused on gaming, this is a product that will satisfy the needs of any gamer who wants a projector, and that is that it can prioritize image quality by emitting resolutions of up to native 4K (3840 x 2160 pixels) to suit other game types by lowering the resolution to Full HD (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) but drastically increasing the refresh rate.
BenQ X3000i, up to 300 inches at 4K resolution at 60 FPS or 1080p at 240 FPS
Going deeper into the information, we are faced with a dlp projector with a light bulb 4LEDs capable of reaching a brightness of 3,000 ANSI lumens with a 500,000:1 contrast capable of emitting images at a starting resolution vga (640 x 480 pixels) up to 4K (3840 x 2160 pixels).
The information around the image is completed by covering the color space DCI-P3 at 100% and Rec. 709 at 96%, native 16:9 screen format (5 selectable aspect ratios), and the bulb has a lifespan of 20,000 hours of use in Normal Mode and SmartEco Mode (833 days of continuous use) and 30,000 hours in Eco Mode (1,250 days)
Moving on to optics, we have a short throw projector (1.15 ~ 1.50 meters), with a zoom of up to 1.3x magnification and a lens F/# = 1.8 – 2.25mm, f = 17.02 – 22.21mm and 2D keystone correction. This allows you in a small space to offer us sharp images in sizes ranging from 60 inches up to 200being able to extend this range from the 30 inches up to 300.
Depending on the title you play, you can aim for resolutions of up to 4K at 60Hz with an input delay / input lag of 16.67 millisecondsor at a lower resolution in the form of Full HD with a refresh rate of 120Hz with an input lag of 8 milliseconds either Full HD at 240Hz with an input lag of 4 millisecondsalready thinking about its use in games like shooters.
Connectivity and other specifications
The information of the BenQ X3000i is completed with 10 picture modes (Bright / Living Room / Game / Sports / Cinema / (3D) / (HDR10) / (HDR Game) / (HLG) / User), 3 game modes (RPG Game/ SPG Game/ FPS Game) integrates a couple of treVolo 5W speakers of power each, access to three video inputs in form of 3x HDMI 2.0b with compatibility with eARCa USB port, WiFi 802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.2, headphone jack, SPDIF, a maximum power consumption of 330W, a maximum operating noise level of 32 dBA (28 dBA in Eco Mode), it has a android tv dongle to get more out of it, a remote control, and has dimensions of 272 x 197 x 259 mm high with a weight of 6.4 kg.
It will go on sale between the months of September and October at a recommended price of €1,999.