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BenQ launches 4K Laser TV projector in India priced at 4,99,000

BenQ has expanded its product portfolio in India by launching a new 4K Laser TV projector.
BenQ has expanded its product portfolio in India by launching a new 4K Laser TV projector. (BenQ)

The BenQ V6000/V6050 4K Laser TV projector aims to replace living room TV with a huge projected image that is more than 100 inches wide, says the company.

Requirements, for most people, have changed drastically since the Covid-19 pandemic forced everyone into their homes. While there is some relief from lockdowns now, full-scale opening of business establishments and markets is still some time away. However, being at home does not mean you have to get bored out of your mind. There are so many devices to make it interesting, even though there is nothing to beat the great outdoors experience. Having said that, one impact of Covid-19 pandemic has been that people are increasingly investing more on certain devices, especially linked to entertainment purposes like bigger and better screens. This has even caused an increase in demand for projectors. Riding this newly emerged trend, BenQ had launched a portable projector in India at a price of 79,990 earlier this year. Today, the company expanded its product portfolio in India by launching a new 4K Laser TV projector.

This newly launched projector is available in India in two colour variants. While the White colour variant comes with the model number V6000, the Black colour variant comes with the model number V6050. Both these variants come with the same set of features. The only difference between them is that of colour.

BenQ says that with its newly launched 4K Laser TV projector, the company aims to replace large TVs in homes with massive projected images.

“The BenQ V6000/V6050 aims to replace living room TV with a huge projected image that is more than 100 inches wide. Large-screen 4K graphics with precise HDR colours and high brightness, paired with ultra-short throw projection and luxury design, will elevate Home Entertainment Experience to new heights. This ground-breaking device for living rooms will revolutionise the visuality in home entertainment,” Rajeev Singh, Managing Director, BenQ India & South Asia said on the occasion.

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BenQ 4K Laser TV projector price and availability

As far as the price is concerned, the newly launched BenQ 4K Laser TV projector is priced at 4,99,000. It not only includes a 100-inch or a 120-inch ALR screen that separately costs 2.5 Lakhs and a 32GB Apple TV device, which when purchased separately costs 18,900. It is available for purchase at BenQ's retail partners including Croma and Reliance Digital starting today.

BenQ 4K Laser TV projector specs and features

As far as the features are concerned, BenQ’s 4K Laser TV projector offers a 4K ultra HD picture quality with a resolution of 3840x2160 pixels. It offers 98% DCI-P3 Color Gamut and it comes with Cinematic Color and HDR-PRO technologies for better image quality. It offers a peak brightness of 3,000 Lumens and it comes with a LASER light source that comes with a life cycle of up to 20,000 hours.

Apart from these, the newly launched projector comes with built-in treVolo speakers that offer true tone sound quality. Additionally, it comes with an automatic sunroof that closes when the projector is not in use. It also has a motion sensor that shuts down the Laser light and stops the projection when it detects someone is hovering too close to the projector.

It also supports a 3D content viewing feature and it comes with MEMC feature, which the company says makes videos more fluid, compensates motion blur and slow-motion effects. Lastly, the BenQ 4K Laser TV projector comes with two HDMI ports, two USB 3.0 ports, and one USB 3.0 port, and an Optical Out RS232 port for connectivity.

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