The BenQ W1070 is a projector capable of 1080p HD video playback. It features a 5 per cent vertical lens shift, 2,000 ANSI lumens and 3D capabilities. At the back you will find two HDMI inputs, VGA, component, composite, S-video inputs and one mini-USB service port. There are also two 3.5mm audio jacks for audio input and output. Last but not least, the W1070 sports two 10W internal speakers.
Works directly with HDMI 1.4a devices like Bluray players and cable TV for full 1080p 3D.
Offers very good picture quality for the price.
Respectable black levels and excellent color accuracy.
3D playback is excellent.
Shows rainbow artifacts unusually often.
Doesn't work with 120Hz DLPlink glasses for 3D.
Works with 144Hz glasses only.
No 3D glasses are included.
Glasses cost $99 each.
Low-level shadow detail is crushed.
With the 3D upgrades, the Epson 3020 could be a better option.
By Whathifi.com on September 12, 2013
Compared with some of its previous efforts, BenQ doesn't quite hit the mark with the W1070; it's an enthusiastic and glossy picture, but the W1070 is outperformed by some price rivals. See all projector Best Buys Follow whathifi.com on...60
By PC Advisor on August 21, 2013
A low-priced projector capable of high-quality 1080p HD film playback, the BenQ W1070 can be a useful living-room addition. It cuts a dapper figure in its polished white casing, although it's not especially light at 2.65kg. See Digital Home...80
By soundandvision.com on June 28, 2013
After measuring and watching the BenQ for weeks, I returned to my current reference projector, last year's $3,500 JVC DLA-X30 (Home Theater, May 2012). The JVC's far superior blacks not only improved dark scenes dramatically, but its deeper...78
By Home Cinema Choice on May 25, 2013
The BenQ W1070 wears its chief attraction right out there on its price tag. For despite being a 3D-capable projector claiming decent-looking contrast ratio and brightness figures of 10,000:1 and 2,000 ANSI Lumens respectively, it costs a penny under...80
By Expert Reviews on May 17, 2013
You won't find a projector capable of such excellent picture quality in 2D and 3D footage for less...100
By soundandvision.com on April 17, 2013
1080p and 3D for less than $1K Enlarge Let’s go over some of the numbers here: 1080p, 3D, $1,000. Pretty solid specs and pricing for flat-panel TV, except ... this is no flat-panel. BenQ’s W1070 is, as you have probably deduced, a projector....-
By itproportal.com on April 05, 2013
Anyone who sees rainbow artifacts easily, or worries that someone else may be bothered by them, is well advised to stay away from the BenQ W1070 and focus on LCD projectors. If the rainbow effect isn't an issue for you, however, the BenQ W1070 has a...70
By tbreak.ae on March 26, 2013
For what you're paying for, the BenQ W1070 is a satisfactory 3D projector suitable for most homes. While there are surely more superior models on the market that can give you a slightly better image quality, it would be doubtful to find one that...89
By PC Mag on March 25, 2013
The BenQ W1070 3D home entertainment projector offers high-quality 1080p video that's bright enough to stand up to ambient light, but it shows rainbow artifacts relatively...70
By Projector Reviews on March 11, 2013
BenQ have always made excellent projectors and with the W1070 they have brought in a new age where you can buy a Full HD projector with good colour and true 3D capability for under...90