In late October, BenQ's three new home projectors will finally be available for purchase. The W6000, W1000, and W600 all feature the ultra bright BenQ projector lamp technology and are aimed at the home theater enthusiast. All three front projection single chip models deliver high definition cinema through BrilliantColor processing which makes BenQ's lamps some of the brightest, with highest contrast ratios on the market. Regardless of your home theater needs, one of these three projectors will most likely fit your budget and be just what you're looking for.
You can't get much better home theater than the ultra-bright, ultra-contrast luxury W6000. It has full 1080p HD video at 24 frames per second (FYI: that's what professional movie filming and editing, as well as Blu-ray players use). The projector features Texas Instruments' Dynamic Black and Philip's VIDI lamp technology, which allows for an unbelievable 50,000 : 1 contrast ratio. True 10-bit processing, BrilliantColor, customer color preference via Independent Color Control and a native Rec 709 color gamut also add to picture quality. Installation is easy with horizontal+vertical lens shift, 1.5:1 zoom ratio, dual HDMI 1.3 inputs, and Imaging Science Foundation Certified Calibration Configuration.
The W1000 also offers a solid performance as a 1080p HD home projector. It's similar to the W6000 in that it also uses BrilliantColor processing. It also uses exclusive 3D Color Management and UNISHAPE technology which allows for 100% color customization and increased image brightness by up to 40%. The contrast ratio of th3 W1000 is 3,000:1 and it includes a top access lamp door and dual HDMI inputs for easy installation.
For a quality, sensible solution, the W600 is an excellent choice for gaming, videos, pictures, TV and is easily connected via dula HDCP-compliant HDMI ports, along with RGB, Composite Video, S-Video, and Component Video interfaces. It features 720p high-definition, 6-segment color wheel, Brilliant Color, UNISHAPE, and 3D Color Management and a 3,000 : 1 contrast ratio.