"..W3000 presents class-leading performance for the price."
Most of the content available is HD, from 5m back it's hard to tell HD from 4K but easy to tell when the colours are wrong or the blacks are not black. Point is a great 1080P is better than entry level 4K. Also note than some sell "4K" for twice the price that are really 1080P enhanced. Colour Quality is more important than quantity in terms of pixels.
One other noteworthy aspect of the W3000’s performance is its low running noise. In the Eco lamp setting it isn’t possible to hear the cooling fans at all, but even in the Smart Eco and Normal lamp modes the noise remains subtle enough not to become a distraction.
Should I buy a BenQ W3000?
If you’re a movie fan then you’ll struggle to find better picture quality in a projector that costs less than £1,500.
- Rec. 709 HDTV Standard for Finest Cinematic Colour
- Vertical Lens Shift for Extra Installation Freedom
- Side Projection with 2D Keystone
- Two Enhanced Chamber Speakers (20 Watts) with Audio Enhancer
- Ultra-Modern Design
- Low Acoustic Noise of 29dBA (Eco mode)
- Wireless video transmission (option)
- Pure glass lens elements
- ISFccc®Certification Professionally Calibrated
- 100” screen from 2.5 Meters, 1.6:1 X Zoom
- Wall Colour Correction