BenQ introduces TK700STi 4K HDR Gaming Projector
BenQ has announced its TK700STi 4K HDR Projector with the lowest input lag ever paired with 4K resolution, which is good news for gaming enthusiasts.
The BenQ TK700STi short-throw projector offers a 16ms response time at 4K 60Hz, providing elite gameplay experiences with fast-paced games where reaction time is key, boasts the manufacturer.
Featuring a dedicated gaming mode, the TK700STi offers 3,000 lumens brightness, 96% Rec. 709, and HDR game compatibilities. There are also preset modes with visual, audio and latency settings for each type of game for those who enjoy FPS, RPG and SPG. The lamp is good for 4,000 hours use, but in economical mode, with a decrease in brightness by about 40%, it increases to an impressive 15,000 hours.
Martin Moelle, Managing Director of BenQ Australia and New Zealand, told StereoNET:
The TK700STi is changing the gaming experience with unmatched audiovisuals and incredible response time. Now, gamers can enjoy the fastest gameplay with stunning 4K visuals on a 120-inch screen for the most immersive experience.
The projector is also equipped with Google-certified Android TV, so consumers can binge on their favourite movies and shows at the click of a button. The TK700STi includes Dual HDMI 2.0b universal connectivity for gaming consoles like the Sony PS5, Nintendo Switch or Xbox Series X, handheld devices, streaming boxes and Blu ray players. From only 2m away, the TK700STi expands consumers' gaming world by easily projecting stunning 4K imagery at 100-inch limitless possibilities.
The BenQ TK700STi will be launched in Asia around end May 2021 and sells for US$1,599 | S$2,499.
StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher, born in UK and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia where he worked as an Engineer in both the audio and mechanical fields.
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