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BenQ Launches the new W1210ST Home Projector

BenQ has announced the launch of the new W1210ST home projector that brings the thrill of 100-inch big-screen console play into any room of the house. “The industry’s lowest input lag ensures fast responsiveness for an ultra-smooth video gaming experience, while the elimination of distracting motion blur cranks up in-game realism. With outstanding colors, customized Game modes, cinema-quality sound, and short throw technology (100” at 1.5 meters), the W1210ST expands your gaming world and commits to make you feel like you’re really in the game,” said the company in a statement.

The BenQ W1210ST takes your gameplay to an all new level as it projects a 100-inch image to fill your field of view. Whether you’re playing on the Xbox One, PS4 or Wii U, gamers can count on the W1210ST to deliver bigger, smooth and detailed visuals that lock them into the excitement. Plus the mobility of W1210ST home projector, gamer can choose to play where they want, and when they want.


The W1210ST is being touted to be the world’s first home projector optimized for low input lag to create a smoother and more responsive video game experience free from distractions and delays. The W1210ST also boasts microsecond DMD response times to eliminate unwanted motion blur. Customized Game modes further enhance performance under different play conditions.

The W1210ST’s 6X RGBRGB color wheel and Full-HD ensures every scene is bathed in vibrant, natural tones and hues, enhancing the realism. Any new can be converted into the ultimate gaming zone with W1210ST’s array of adaptable features. The short-throw projector achieves 100 inches of viewing area when placed just 1.5 meters from the projection surface, and the 1.2X zoom allows even greater positioning freedom. The intuitive user interface makes operation so easy that even novices can feel like audiovisual experts.

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