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Benq W1070

Great Deal: $710.99

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Overall 8
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Value for money 10
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Features 8
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3d performance 6
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Ergonomics 8
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2d performance 7
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BenQ W1070 3D DLP Projector

Sound & Vision Magazine
28 June 2013
  • Excerpt: While our subject here is the W1070 home theater projector from BenQ, there’s more than a little business projector DNA in its genes. How else to explain a single-chip DLP design that’s a third the size and weight of most dedicated home theater models, has built-in audio with grim but usable mono sound, is equipped with a “digital zoom” that magnifies the image within the frame set by the standard zoom control (just the thing for a close examination of that quarterly...
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BenQ W1070 Projector

Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity
1 May 2013
  • Summary: While the BenQ W1070 has some issues, almost all of them are the things you need to do to bring out a projector at the $1,000 price point. Some light drop-off at the corners and some more placement restrictions are what you will have to deal with, though if you can position the W1070 in your room fine, there is a good chance you won't really notice the uniformity issues. It has a few flaws, but none are deal breakers to me.
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

Home Theater Reviews
29 April 2013
  • Conclusion: While not perfect, BenQ's W1070 single-chip 3D HD DLP projector is a great starting point for those considering getting into the front-projection game. Its sub-$1,000 retail price makes it obtainable for many, and its supreme brightness and above-average performance make it a candidate for rooms where there may be some ambient light concerns (think media rooms). The fact that it's so small, eco-friendly and sold just about everywhere only sweetens the deal.
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Review: BenQ W1070 3D DLP Projector

Sound & Vision Magazine
17 April 2013
  • Excerpt: Let’s go over some of the numbers here: 1080p, 3D, $1,000. Pretty solid specs and pricing for flat-panel TV, except ... this is no flat-panel. BenQ’s W1070 is, as you have probably deduced, a projector.
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Overall 9
9.0

Expert Review

t-break
26 March 2013
  • Conclusion: For what you’re paying for, the BenQ W1070 is a satisfactory 3D projector suitable for most homes. While there are surely more superior models on the market that can give you a slightly better image quality, it would be doubtful to find one that matches this price. Though unfortunately you end up spending a bit extra to nab a few pairs of 3D glasses, the W1070 is still a very capable projector that deserves your attention if you’re looking to bring the world of 3D cinema...
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BenQ W1070 Home Theater Projector Review

Projector reviews
6 January 2013
  • Conclusion: Wow!  The BenQ W1070 isn’t an alternative (when it comes to black level performance) to ultra-high-contrast projectors like the Epson 5020UB, Panasonic PT-AE8000U, or Sony VPL-HW50ES.  But those are mostly $3000 range projectors.  To my best guess, the least expensive projectors with visibly better blacks is the $1599 Acer and BenQ’s 2D only, W6000, (the 3 year old 2D predecessor to the W7000), which is still available.
  • Pros: Brightest 2D and 3D projector when calibrated that we’ve reviewed to date under $2,000, For those rainbow sensitive, minimal rainbows – excellent for the price!, Respectable blacks on dark scenes, Handles very large screens effortly for 2D viewing., Does a decent job on medium to large sized screens for 3D, Downright Excellent overall color! (calibrated, just very good out of the box), Skin tones are also impressively good post calibration, and good right out of the b...
  • Cons: Brightest 2D and 3D projector when calibrated that we’ve reviewed to date under $2,000, For those rainbow sensitive, minimal rainbows – excellent for the price!, Respectable blacks on dark scenes, Handles very large screens effortly for 2D viewing., Does a decent job on medium to large sized screens for 3D, Downright Excellent overall color! (calibrated, just very good out of the box), Skin tones are also impressively good post calibration, and good right out of the b...
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Overall 8
8.0

BenQ W1070 review

PC Advisor
14 September 2014
  • Summary: A low-priced model capable of high-quality 1080p HD film playback, the BenQ W1070 projector can be a useful living-room addition. Here's our BenQ W1070 review.
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Overall 8
8.0
Design 7
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Features 8
8.0

BenQ W1070 review

Home Cinema Choice
4 March 2014
  • Summary: This budget projector needs only a few minor tweaks to serve up solid hi-def images
  • Pros: Exceptional value; strong out of the box picture performance; ISF certified
  • Cons: Pictures are a touch noisy; dark 3D scenes lack a little depth; no 3D glasses included for free
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

Techmagnifier
8 January 2014
  • Summary: BenQ W1070 comes from the league of high performing high definition projectors. With a bright and efficient lamp and DLP technology working inside, the 3D ready projector churns out jitter free high resolution images. • 3D in Full HD • 10,000:1 Contrast Ratio • Decent Lamp Life • No Bundled 3D Glasses The world of movies is going 3D. Every now and then we have a 3D movie being released (not to mention the remakes).
  • Pros: 3D in Full HD , 10,000:1 Contrast Ratio , Decent Lamp Life
  • Cons: No Bundled 3D Glasses
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Overall 6
6.0

Expert Review

Techmagnifier
28 October 2013
  • Summary: Being one of the world's first Full-HD short-throw video projectors, the BenQ W1070 comes attached with a huge price tag of Rs. 1,00,000 in India. Compact in size and bright in projection, this one from BenQ has it all but does a noisy fan and light leaking sides makes it a bad deal? Let's magnify.
  • Pros: Easy to Setup , Bright and Sharp Projection , Compact Design , Good Inbuilt Speakers
  • Cons: Noisy Fan , Leaking Light from the sides
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