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BenQ’s X12000H packs in 14-element lens array to deliver crisp and sharp images

A feast for the eyes in HDR10 and HLG support is what this is...
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31 August 2018 / 14:23IST

Facts first - we judge people who watch regular TV. Second, with Netflix and other streaming platforms pretty much owning the game these days, why not use high-res content on a larger screen, just a few metres away from the viewing wall and coffee table? BenQ’s X12000H is the successor of its flagship X12000 from last year and is equipped with advanced image processing capabilities. Imagine watching re-runs of Game of Thrones on 8.3 million razor-sharp pixels, qualifying the X12000H in the race for this year’s best projectors list. The effects on Drogon, Viserion and Rhaegal would be doubly amplified and equally more effective! The BenQ X12000H utilises DLP 4K UHD DMD’s 4.15 million micromirrors and fast switching speed as well as the advanced image processing capability of the DLP 4K UHD chipset, making it the ultimate digital home cinema projector. It’s also equipped with ColorSpark HLD LEDs, CinemaMaster Video+ and CinematicColor Technology, unique to BenQ. All this at a price of ₹5 lacs. Gear up for greater brightness, contrast range, and image optimisation, all thanks to BenQ’s exclusive Auto HDR Color Rendition and Cinema-Optimised technologies.

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