BenQ W600



BenQ W600

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The BenQ W600 is not a bad projector--far from it. It is exceptionally bright, and its brilliant, high-contrast image is a great fit for projection in ambient light. However, when it comes to viewing high-definition movies in a darkened room, it...

By ProjectorCentral on

This inexpensive 720p projector has great picture quality for its price and is a perfect first step into the world of home cinema....

By Expert Reviews on

This latter issue, caused by single chip DLP's use of a spinning colour wheel, causes stripes of pure red, green and blue to flicker over stand-out bright points of the picture. And we have to say that it can become really distracting during some...

By AVReview on

While really cheap projectors can function perfectly well in the business and education presentations market, their potential for use in a home cinema setup can usually be summed up in two words, neither of which can be repeated in a family magazine....

By TechRadar on

When I tested projector recently, I stupidly thought that at £998, it was cheap. Turns out, though, that BenQ had a whole other idea of 'cheap’ waiting in the wings: the W600. For despite being HD Ready and boasting some other...

By Trusted Reviews on

While the main focus of this review was to look at the W600 as a multimedia projector, its self-classification as a home entertainment projector also required us to look at it from that aspect as well. The excellent brightness and the ability to...

By Projectors at Projector Reviews on