BenQ launches their V7050i 4K Laser TV Projector in India. It comes with built-in Android TV, and Filmmaker Mode. The New Filmmaker mode meets the standards of the UHD alliance and ensures content delivery as intended by Director. The V7050i also comes with advanced motion estimation and compensation technology (MEMC).
“Entertainment industry is an ever-evolving space, we at BenQ India have geared ourselves up to revolutionize the home entertainment landscape in India. To achieve our goal of thriving the entertainment business in India and enable cinema fanatics with a complete package of premium cinema experience at home, we have introduced V7050i – the first 4K laser UST projector that offers impressive picture quality for TV shows and movies, in a living room-friendly design at screen sizes. This device for the cinema enthusiasts will disrupt the visuality of in-home entertainment to another level”, said Rajeev Singh, Managing Director, BenQ India & South Asia.
It comes with front channel treVolo speakers which offer true tone sound for complete immersion. It also comes with premium design benefits such as an automatic sunroof slider and motion sensor for eye protection. It uses the latest generation 0.47-inch TI DMD ECD chipset with XPR technology to achieve its true 4K UHD (3840×2160) resolution. As it comes with BenQ’s exclusive CinematicColor technology and 98% DCI-P3 colour gamut coverage, the V7050i brings out stunning colours. It uses motion estimation and compensation technology called MEMC which makes videos more fluid and compensates motion blur.
Along with a front fabric finish, the V7050i facilitates an automatic sunroof slider that automatically closes when the projector is not in use, avoiding dust build-up and exposure of the lens. Along with built-in treVolo speakers, there is Optical out/HDMI (eARC) for connecting external speakers. By turning off the light source, the integrated Eye Protection Motion Sensor in V7050i offers protection to the eyes if someone inadvertently leans over the projector.
According to the maker, this projector has been made for cinema enthusiasts, who are looking for a large screen premium cinema experience from the comfort of their homes. It comes with a 120 inch ALR screen (Ambient Light Rejection Screen) and at a price of INR 5,49,000. It also offers 3 years onsite warranty on the projector and 3 years or 15,000 hours on light source & installation support.
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