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BenQ projects a brighter experience with X12000, the world’s first DLP 4K UHD LED Home Cinema Projector

With the massive marketing campaigns that major TV makers have unleashed over the last few years its quite easy for the average consumer to totally forget that are other alternatives to splashing a large amount of cash for big screen TVs, and in fact there are plenty of digital home projectors available that will give you a better bang for your bucks in terms of dollars to inches of screen size.

BenQ’s latest X12000 is a case in point, and just like its flat panel competitors has benefitted from the development of LED light technology, making it the world’s first DLP 4K UHD LED Home Cinema Projector.

Created for modern home cinema fans, the X12000 uses an exclusive CinematicColor Technology to accurately produce DCI-P3 colour space, enabling the X12000 to reproduce more of the colour gamut than sRGB at a high brightness of 2,200 lumens thanks to the use of Philips ColorSpark High Lumen Density LEDs as the projector’s light source.

The X12000 displays 4K cinematic images at an optimal screen size of 180-inches and is now available for S$9,299.

Shawn Chung
The Editor

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