BenQ X1300i: Android TV Gamer Projector with 8ms Input Lag
BenQ introduced a new model of the video projector X1300i , built on a source of light 4LED and supports the refresh rate of 120 Hz .
The software part of the model is based on the Android TV platform and is aimed at users of games from this service. BenQ X1300i’s picture resolution is 1920 x 1080 pixels, but the device can work with a 4K signal. Latency input from the projector is declared at the level of 8 ms , which, coupled with the frequency 120 Hz provides good reaction speed and smoothness of the image. The model also has a GameMaestro function that allows you to adapt the processor depending on the type of game.
The luminous flux from the projector – 3000 lumens , color coverage – 98% of the space Rec.709 through the use of technology CinematicColor . Support for HDR10 and HLG wide dynamic range formats is also announced . The service life of the light source 4LED is 30,000 hours .
The projector can handle images up to 150 inches diagonally and indoor model installation is facilitated by the keystone correction and optical zoom. The built-in speaker system has a power of 2 x 5 watts .
The BenQ X1300i video projector went on sale in Europe for 1,300 euros .