BenQ X300G 4K gaming projector with low latency and Android TV is now available

Introducing the BenQ X300G, a new 4K gaming projector equipped with low input lag, and an integrated sound system. You can easily set up this projector since it only requires a short distance from the projection surface.

BenQ X300G 4K gaming projector with Android TV

You can now find the new BenQ Android TV projector on Amazon, as well as various online retailers, as it is offered directly by BenQ. It utilizes DLP technology with an LED light source. The brightness of 2,000 ANSI lumens may be lower compared to conventional light sources. The projector has a service life of 30,000 hours in Eco mode, which reduces brightness accordingly.

Featuring zoom optics, the BenQ X300G is a short-throw projector with a zoom factor of 1.2. The projector requires a shorter distance between itself and the projection surface, as the projection ratio ranges from 0.69 to 0.83. You will need a distance of 1.5 meters for a 120-inch image. Despite its compact dimensions of 212 x 180.9 x 194.8 millimeters and weighing only three kilograms, the projector is capable of reproducing 84% of the DCI-P3 color space.

The projector will perform keystone correction automatically, as expected. In optimal conditions, the input lag is a mere 4.2 milliseconds when displaying Full HD material at 240 Hz. The native resolution of the projector is 3,840 x 2,160 pixels. However, when displaying 4K material, the input lag increases to at least 16.7 milliseconds.

The BenQ X300G Android-powered projector offers two HDMI ports and one USB Type C for image signal input. It includes two 8-watt speakers. The projector runs on Android TV 11 as its operating system, allowing direct access to streaming service providers.

BenQ X300G price and availability

You can now purchase the new BenQ 4K gaming projector on for $1,799.99.

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In addition, BenQ introduced the X500i projector last year, specifically designed to enhance the gaming experience. This projector covers 84% of the DCI-P3 color gamut and boasts a brightness of up to 2,200 ANSI lumens. It is currently available on Amazon for $1,699.

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