Review: The Impressive BenQ W2000 Home Projector
What’s With BenQ W2000 Home Projector
It was just early late last year when I had the opportunity to experience the wonders of this particular technology with the BenQ W1070 DLP Projector. It was one of the experiences I had with this brand that made me getting more and more excited every time they release a new model or product. This time, I’ll be sharing with you guys my thoughts of this latest one; the BenQ W2000 Home Projector with Rec. 709.
It has so many changes and improvements I should say. All those pictures on the outside of the box obviously revealed to me right away. The similarities between W2000 to the W1070 are still intact, but I love to focus more on the added feats and specs.
Almost all higher-spec’d projectors nowadays have with them revolutionary tool which is the keystone. A vital feature that has the same significance to the short-throw feature. Now, let’s leave that behind. And give you all my thoughts with this latest baby, in brief.
The BenQ W2000 Home Projector with Rec. 709 is astonishing, starting from its looks down to its projection output results. Although it is a bit bulky, but the elegant curves and luxurious gold color are like having a classy gold iPhone 6S plus in your hand. These are just two of the factors of why this latest BenQ projector is impressive.
Then comes the 20-watt Speakers systematically positioned in both corners at the back of the projectors, again, colored in gold. It comes with CineMaster Audio+ that really gives that enhanced cinematic and immersive sound performance.
Take a look at my quick sound and color check in the below video and see how improved the W2000 is.
Rec. 709 is the international HDTV standard to guarantee accurate replica of cinematic color as the director intended. With 6X Speed RGBRGB Color Wheel, W2000 is calibrated for cinematic color modeled on the HDTV standard, Rec. 709, to deliver refined colors that are the truest possible reproduction of the original palette of your video.
That is what BenQ W2000 has achieved as what they claimed, of which I agree with no doubt, based on what I have seen first hand.
Aside from all these, there’s the High Contrast, Razor-Sharp Image, Class-Leading High Fill Factor, BenQ SmartEco, Flawless All-Glass Optics for the Best Viewing Quality, and so forth.
To see full specifications, check it out from this link.
The BenQ W2000 Home Projector costs around $1,000/-, a bit heavy on the pocket but the experience it offers is impressive.
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This is not a sponsored review and this is of author’s own and honest opinion.