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BenQ unveils new X series gaming projectors in Singapore

BenQ's new X series gaming projectors, the X3100i and X300G, promise an immersive gaming experience with low input lag and enhanced audiovisual features.

BenQ has recently launched its latest X series gaming projectors in Singapore, setting a new benchmark for gaming enthusiasts. The X3100i and X300G, successors to the well-received X3000i, are designed to elevate the gaming experience with their cutting-edge technology. 

BenQ promises these projectors will offer an “exceptional audiovisual feast” with their HDR-PRO, CinematicColor, and CinematicSound enhancements. A significant feature to highlight is the remarkably low input lag of 4.2ms, aimed at providing gamers with a fluid and responsive gameplay experience.

Bringing precision to gaming visuals and sound

The new projectors integrate several innovative features. The SettingXChange allows gamers to download professional settings for popular , offering an optimised visual experience. In addition to this, the FPS Crosshair feature improves aiming accuracy, while the Auto Game Mode remembers preferred settings for various game modes and consoles. This ensures that users can easily jump back into their ideal gaming environment.

Connectivity is a critical aspect of the modern gaming setup, and the X Series projectors meet this need by including a Google-certified Android TV and built-in Netflix, facilitating seamless streaming and gameplay.

Standout features of the X3100i and X300G

The flagship model, the X3100i, boasts a 100% DCI-P3 wide colour gamut, guaranteeing vibrant and rich visuals. For audiophiles, its dual 5W speakers, eARC, and Dolby Atmos support are sure to impress. Additionally, its Vertical Lens Shift and Digital Zoom features provide flexibility, making it suitable for various spaces.

The X300G caters to those looking for portability without compromising on quality. With 95% Rec. 709 colour coverage and an 8W x2 symmetrical speaker system, it also supports Dolby Atmos. User-friendly elements such as Auto Focus and a Short-throw lens offer convenience and ease of use.

Availability and pricing

The X3100i is set to hit the shelves on November 11 at a suggested retail price of S$3,699. However, a special promotion will see it reduced to S$3,579 on Shopee and Lazada for two days from November 11-13. Those interested in the X300G can expect its release in December, which is perfect for those planning to upgrade their gaming setup for the holidays.

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Nurin Sofia
Nurin Sofia
Nurin Sofia is a news editor at Tech Edition. Her interest is in technology and startups, occasionally crunching news for gaming. Sofia enjoys playing video games, going on bike rides, and gardening when she isn't behind a keyboard.

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