BenQ HT1070A Affordable Full HD Projector Goes On Sale
BenQ Tuesday introduced its affordably priced HT1070A Full HD DLP projector incorporating the company’s CinematicColor technology.
Coming on the heels of its $12,999-sugested retail LK970 4K UHD BlueCore laser projector, the $649 suggested retail BenQ HT1070A is offered as a more affordable DIY-option for gaming enthusiasts and families looking for very large-screen television entertainment at a bargain.
Read more on BenQ’s latest HT1070A single-chip Full HD DLP projector after the jump:
The BenQ HT1070A comes calibrated to achieve more than 96 percent of the Rec. 709 color gamut. The projector is said to produce 15,000:1 contrast ratio and strong color performance using a 6x speed RGBRGB color wheel.
Peak brightness is listed at 2,200 ANSI Lumens and color coverage is listed at 1.07 billion different tones and shades.
The BenQ HT1070A includes three dedicated picture modes: Sport Mode, Vivid TV Mode and Cinema Mode.
It is designed to project up to 1920×1080 pixel resolution in viewable screen sizes of up to 100 inches from a throw distance of 9.1 feet.
It is powered by a 210-Watt UHP lamp.
Connections include dual HDMI inputs (one with MHL to accept wired smartphone connections), 1 computer in (D-sub 15pin); 1 composite video in (RCA);
1 mini jack (audio in); 1 mini jack (audio out); 1 USB Type A (5V/1.5A power supply); 1 USB Type Mini B (service); RS232; 2 IR receivers (front & top).
The BenQ HT1070A also includes a 10-Watt built-in speaker; an easy to use setup wizard, vertical keystone adjustment, a 1.2x optical zoom lens and adjustable feet that all work together for easier setup and installation.
By Greg Tarr
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