BenQ’s TH671ST HD Projector Aimed at Budget-Conscious Buyers

BenQ America today announced the availability of its new budget-friendly TH671ST HD home entertainment projector. Designed for console gaming, the TH671ST claims smooth gaming and something called LumiExpert — intelligent ambient lighting technology.

The BenQ TH671ST is HD 1920×1080 resolution and it has a low 16.67-ms input lag and microsecond DMD response helping to eliminate motion blur and image lag. In addition to the high 3,000-lumen brightness, LumiExpert actively detects the ambient light conditions and automatically adjusts visual brightness for maximum comfort and clarity. An onboard 5-W stereo speaker offers custom Cinema, Music, Sports, and Game modes that enable nuanced, clear audio based off content. Making it easier for viewers to untether their media content from their mobile devices, the USB-A power port allows for the use of wireless streaming dongles such as Chromecast, FireTV stick, or Roku.

The rich HD picture of the BenQ TH671ST is further complemented by a step-by-step setup wizard that includes basic and advanced options to fine-tune the picture to fit the space. The projector’s short-throw design only requires as little as five feet to project 100″ pictures.

The BenQ TH671ST will be available soon in the U.S. for $749 here.

Sara Abrons

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