BenQ Unlocks Premium Home Cinema Experience: Launches EISA Award Winning V7050i – 4K Laser TV Projector

The V7050i 4K Laser TV Projector with HDR-PRO™, CinematicColor™, built-in Android TV and Filmmaker Mode will enriches the home cinema experience

BenQ, a global leader in display technology and solutions, announced the launch of its latest 4K UHD ultra-short-throw Laser TV projector, the V7050i with HDR-PRO™, CinematicColor™, built-in Android TV, and Filmmaker Mode. The New Filmmaker mode meets the standards of UHD alliance and ensures content delivery as intended by Director.

The V7050i also comes with advanced motion estimation and compensation technology (MEMC).

When it comes to rich entertainment content, the Google-certified Android TV feature embedded in the projector ensures an extensive collection of movies, TV shows, sports for ultimate home entertainment. The intuitive and well-organized interface makes content exploration easy and quick.

The V7050i enriches the home cinema experience with front channel treVolo speakers which offer true tone sound for complete immersion. It also comes with premium design benefits such as an automatic sunroof slider and motion sensor for eye protection.

“Entertainment industry is an ever-evolving space, we at BenQ India have geared ourselves up to revolutionize the home entertainment landscape in India. To achieve our goal of thriving the entertainment business in India and enable cinema fanatics with a complete package of premium cinema experience at home, we have introduced V7050i – the first 4K laser UST projector that offers impressive picture quality for TV shows and movies, in a living room-friendly design at screen sizes. This device for the cinema enthusiasts will disrupt the visuality of in-home entertainment to another level”, said Rajeev Singh, Managing Director, BenQ India & South Asia.

BenQ offers V7050i as a complete solution for cinema enthusiasts, who are looking for a large screen premium cinema experience from the comfort of their homes. It comes with 120 inch ALR screen (Ambient Light Rejection Screen) and at an attractive price of INR 5,49,000 (tax paid).

This will be available at leading home AV integrators showrooms. V7050i offers complete peace of mind with 3 years onsite warranty on the projector and 3 years or 15,000 hours on light source & installation support.

EISA Award 2021-2022

The Expert Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) is the community of 60 technology magazines, websites and social media commentators from 29 countries, specializing in hi-fi, home theatre, photo and video, in-car and mobile electronics. Every year the EISA jury of experts rewards the best products in each class with a coveted EISA Award.

The BenQ V7050i projector in combination with the Ambient Light Reflection (ALR screen) has won the prestigious EISA Award for Best Product 2021-2022 (Laser TV Projection System) in the Home Theatre Display & Video category.

BenQ V7050i 4K Laser Prjector

The EISA Committee says, “Mixing the super-sized visuals of a traditional projector with the user-friendly installation and operation of a TV, BenQ’s V7050i (black) offer convenient, high-quality home theatre thrills. Setup is a breeze, thanks to an integrated focus pattern, measuring tool and keystone correction, while a bundled dongle introduces Android TV for video-on-demand apps, voice control and more. Build quality and styling are luxurious, audio performance from the front-facing stereo speaker array is clear and robust, and 4K HDR playback benefits from naturalistic colours, crisp images and vibrant contrast – particularly when used with BenQ’s 120in ALR (Ambient Light Rejection) screen. This is a superior all-in-one solution.” 

Immersive Cinema Experience

The V7050i uses the latest generation 0.47-inch TI DMD ECD chipset with XPR technology to achieve its true 4K UHD (3840×2160) resolution. With BenQ’s exclusive CinematicColor ™ technology and 98% DCI-P3 colour gamut coverage, the V7050i brings out stunning colors. HDR-PRO technology (HDR10 and HLG formats) in V7050i incorporates auto colour and tone mapping techniques to offer superior brightness and contrast ranges as well as ideal image optimization. For watching content with fast-paced action, the V7050i uses Motion estimation and compensation technology called MEMC which makes videos more fluid and compensates motion blur.

As BenQ shares the same values as the UHD Alliance; the V7050i comes with Filmmaker Mode. Optimized by CinematicColor, Filmmaker Mode enables V7050i to display the movie or television show precisely as it was intended by the filmmaker for a genuine cinema experience. These class-leading features all work together to ensure that the content is rendered more accurately and delivered in the way it was originally intended.

Premium Design Benefits

Along with an elegant front fabric finish for complementing home décor, the V7050i facilitates an automatic sunroof slider that automatically closes when the projector is not in use, avoiding dust build-up and exposure of the lens. Along with built-in treVolo speakers, there is Optical out/HDMI (eARC) for connecting external speakers.

By turning off the light source, the integrated Eye Protection Motion Sensor in V7050i, offers protection to eyes if someone inadvertently leans over the projector.

For an immersive viewing experience, the V7050i comes with a 120” ALR screen. This ALR screen employs a special zigzag structure to absorb 93% of ambient light (ceiling light) and reflects back the light coming from the projector. This reflective light ensures a comfortable long-term viewing experience for your eyes when compared with direct light from conventional large screen TVs.

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