BenQ will launch the W5700 projector during 2019. The new model will be based on a 0.47″ DLP chip with Ultra HD resolution obtained through XPR technology, an acronym of Xpanded Pixel Resolution.
The chip is equipped with 1920 x 1080 micro-mirrors. The resolution is then increased through a system that allows displaying four pixels for each micro-camera. The high switching capacity of DLP technology is used to recreate more on-screen pixels.
The specifications show the use of a lamp characterized by a duration between 4,000 and 10,000 hours depending on the settings used. We speak of a brightness of 2,200 lumens (data to be confirmed) and the use of a 6-segment color wheel (RGB). The projection ratio is 1.47 – 1.76: 1 with a 1.2x zoom.
BenQ W5700 is compatible with 3D sources and HDR in HDR10 format. Available connections include two HDMI ports (one 2.0 with HDCP 2.2), one VGA input, one input and one audio output on 3.5mm jack, two USB ports (one Type-A and one Mini-B) and one RS-232 port. The audio is managed via an integrated 5W speaker.
New BenQ W5700 DLP Projector is scheduled for 2019. At the moment the indicative price list is not known.