BenQ America Corp. has announced the availability of a new budget-friendly TH671ST HD home entertainment projector, ideal for console gaming or a big screen movie experience.
The company claims the projector incorporates ‘ultra-fast’ response for smooth gaming, an exclusive ‘LumiExpert’ intelligent ambient lighting technology for picture clarity in any environment, a 5W stereo speaker with custom-tuned modes, and wireless capabilities to unchain media from any mobile device. Additionally, the TH671ST benefits from short-throw and setup features that can maximize the picture in a small space.
“The high-def BenQ TH671ST is enriched with all the latest features you’d only expect from big-ticket projectors. Now homeowners can maximize their budget with an entertainment projector that delivers immersive gaming and movie-watching experiences, and takes advantage of today’s range of mobile content sources – all with incredibly easy setup for any living room,” says Rachel Dohmann, marketing manager at BenQ America Corp.
The PJ includes low 16.67ms input lag and microsecond DMD response time for ultra-smooth gaming experiences without unwanted input lag and motion blur. With an impressive 3,000 lumens output, combined with BenQ’s homespun LumiExpert tech – which actively detects local ambient lighting conditions and adjusts for maximum visual clarity – the TH671ST could prove a worthy piece of kit for bedroom gamers or home theater new entrants.
The BenQ only needs as little as a five foot throw to pull up a 100″ picture, includes vertical keystone correction, and a USB-A power port for the use of wireless streaming dongles, such as Chromecast, FireTV stick, or Roku.
BenQ claims the TH671ST should be available ‘soon’ in the U.S. for $749 MSRP from BenQDirect.com, Best Buy, Fry’s, NewEgg and B&H.
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