Make your movie-watching experience at home even more theatre-like with BenQ's new projector. Its 1080p full-HD resolution and ample input options should satiate your needs. "ebulkyyetstylish-Iooking projector sports a bulging lens, which is recessed to accommodate the lens cap. BenQ has neatly placed focus and zoom ring just above the lens. The top panel has a cluster cooflguration options, while the rear panel sports a neat array of es that will leave you spoilt for choice. There's VGA, component, ,USB, twoHDMls and a serial port too.
The projector houses two speakers forthe times you don't need external audio. Ventilation is in f::m1offans on either side, which make very little noise. Se up was simple enough. However, depending on your projector t<eenand where your beamer is placed, you will need to make tments with the horizontal/vertical keystone correction. This compensates for surfaces that are not perfectly flat and parallel :"€Iens. That's the only option available because optical image shifting t Included in the wnoo.
The projector did a fine job, producing colours that were quite warm *t~1l1€S with a slight reddish cast. We had to fiddle with the scene modes,r settings and gamma. The cinema mode did do the trick but that ~ghtnotwork every time We also noticed slight judder during camera :6'1soraction scenes and not-so-perfect blacks. On a positive note, ~menu is surprisingly well put-together and visually slick. The 2000 JSllumens lamp is bright enough for a mildly-lit room and the remote :ontrol's buttons are backlit - great to have in a dark room. Overall, this is a pretty decent package for someone who isn't rigid aiJoUtcolour renditions and on the lookout for a sub-one lakh home wtre projector.