September 19th, 2013

BenQ W750 720p 3D DLP Projector

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Introduction

Earlier this year, we took a look at a digital projector from BenQ, the W1060. I rated that projector highly, with its multiplicity of inputs and excellent 1080p image quality. The only real downside was the price, which came in at around €800.

Today, we’re having a look at a cheaper projector from BenQ, the W750. This projector doesn’t boast full HD resolution, but does include support for 3D when used with active glasses. Let’s have a look at the projector and figure out whether it’s worth the price of admission.

Specifications

  • Projection System: DLP
  • Native Resolution: 1280 x 720p
  • Brightness: 2500 ANSI lumens
  • Contrast Ratio: 13000:1
  • Display Colour: 1.07 billion colours
  • Lens: f/2.54-2.73, f/18.18-21.84 mm
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 natively
  • Throw Ratio: 1.31 – 1.57 (60?@ 2 meters)
  • Image Size (Diagonal): 43 to ~300?
  • Zoom Ratio: 1.20:1
  • Lamp: 210 W, 4000-6500 hours
  • Keystone Adjustment: 1D, vertical +/- 40 degrees
  • Projection Offset: 120% +/- 5%
  • Resolution Support: 640 x 480 to 1600 x 1200
  • Horizontal Frequency: 15k~102KHz
  • Vertical Scan Rate: 23-120 Hz
  • Video Connectors: HDMI x2, Component, VGA, Composite (RCA), S-Video
  • Audio Connectors: 3.5 mm audio in, 3.5 mm audio out, Audio L/R (RCA)
  • Other Connectors: Mini USB, RS232
  • Speaker: 10W
  • Dimensions: 324.7 x 241.5 x 113.8 mm
  • Weight: 2.6 kg
  • Noise: 34 dBA (30 dBA on Economic mode)
  • Power Consumption: 275 W (<0.5 W standby)
  • Accessories: Remote control, power cord, Manual CD, Quick start guide, VGA

Unpacking

 
The W750 comes in a small box with dark purple textures, giving a nice first impression. There is little information about the projector here, save for a small panel on the side.

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Inside, the projector is wrapped in plastic and encased in foam. Once the projector itself is removed, the accessories can be seen and removed.

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Here we get a remote control, power and VGA cables, a manual on CD and a quick start guide. This review unit also came with a single set of 3D glasses and a USB charger for them, but these are an optional accessory and may not come with all models. Of course, these can be bought separately.

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Peripherals