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Win a BenQ GP500 4K LED smart projector – worth £1599! 

Our latest competition gives one lucky reader the chance to create their own bespoke cinema at home

BenQ GP500 4K LED

Thinking of upping your movie-night game with something other than fancy popcorn? How about a projector that easily turns your living room into your own bespoke cinema? The new BenQ GP500 4K LED smart projector, which we have up for grabs this month, does this and more with DCI-P3 CinematicColor and 360° four-speaker audio. You’ll never need to go to the flicks again! 

There’ll be no squinting in the lucky winner’s home, thanks to a 4K-optimised lens that can produce a 100in+ display from less than 3m projection distance. And the BenQ GP500 combines cinema colour quality and theatrical sound with intelligent features: this all-in-one smart projector comes equipped with Android TV and offers simple yet powerful customisation options, for long-lasting and maintenance-free image brilliance. 

It’s truly a lustworthy bit of kit – have a look at benq.co.uk for more info. 

How to enter 

Ready to gaze in wonder? Get in with a chance of winning a BenQ GP500 4K LED smart projector by heading here and answering this question: 

How close to the wall can the GP500 be to project a 100in image?

A… Less than 1m 

B… Less than 3m 

C… Less than 5m 

Terms & conditions

1. Open to UK mainland residents aged 18 or over. 2. Entries close 11.59pm, 12 Jul 2024. 3. Prizes are as stated. 4. Prizes are non-transferable. 5. Only one entry per person. Full Ts & Cs: kelsey.co.uk/competition-terms-conditions/ Promoter: Kelsey Publishing Ltd, The Granary, Downs Court, Yalding Hill, Yalding, Maidstone, Kent ME18 6AL. 

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