BenQ W7000 Single-Chip DLP 3D Projector


Introduction to the BenQ W7000 Projector

Many people are eager to experience 3D in their home, but often disappointed when they get their projector setup. The wonderful demos we see at trade shows or in stores are commonly using custom screens that add a lot of light to 3D, but most of us don't have these. The end result is often a dark, dull picture that doesn't resemble what they were hoping to see.

BenQ has an answer for this in the W7000, a single chip DLP projector that has plenty of light output. This allows for 3D images with plenty of brightness and less crosstalk that other projectors in the price range. Additionally it can pull this off with whatever type of screen is needed for the viewing environment and not just a custom, 3D specific model.


  • Design: Single chip, 1920x1080 DLP Projector
  • Inputs: 2x HDMI 1.4a, 1x Component Video, 1x VGA, 1x S-Video, 1x Composite
  • Light Output: 2,000 ANSI Lumens
  • Contrast Ratio: 50,000:1
  • Control: 12V Trigger, RS232
  • Lens Zoom: 1.5x
  • Lens Shift: 125% Vertical, 40% Horizontal
  • Noise: 33/28 dBa (Normal/Econ modes)
  • Size: 5.7" H x 16.9" D x 12.5" D
  • Weight: 14.8 Pounds
  • Price: $2,500
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