3D Cinematic Enjoyment for Movies and Sports
Get the same amazing 3D effects you get in 3D movies in the comfort of your home! Featuring the DLP Link technology, the BenQ W700 delivers 3D projection with a single video feed – unlike traditional 3D projector systems, which require two perfectly aligned projectors with two separate video feeds. So get the popcorn ready and let the realistic experience of 3D absorb you!
Dual 3D Projection Options to Double the Fun
With 3D picture presentation taking over the world of movies and gaming, BenQ has decided to recreate your home entertainment with the combination of industry-leading 3D technologies – DLP® Link™ and NVIDIA® 3D Vision™ – turning any flat surface into the perfect stage for 3D picture performance with the BenQ W700!
10W Microphone Audio Power
The W700 is built with 10W audio power to add to your home entertainment fun! All you have to do is connect the W700 to your DVD player, game console or PC to experience big-screen movie or gaming audiovisual enjoyment right at home!
Enjoy endless home entertainment possibilities with the W700! This fabulous projector features a convenient HDMI interface to deliver ultra-smooth digital HD signal and sound via just one cable! It's the perfect choice for hosting movie or game nights!
6,000-Hour Long Lamp Life
The W700 comes with a special cooling technology to prevent the lamp from overheating – significantly lowering the cost for lamp replacement. When operating under Eco mode*, the lamp life is further extended to a maximum of 6,000 hours.
*Actual lamp life may vary due to different environment conditions and usage.
Free of Filter Maintenance and Replacement
With the DLP filter-free design, you get to save the cost and hassles of filter maintenance and replacement all together – and get better projection quality, too.
Reliable Color Performance and Virtually Color Decay-Free
Virtually immune to color decay, the BenQ home projectors come with an extended lifespan of reliable color performance without the yellow/green tint that some projector images develop over extended period of usage.