Is dad a sports fan or movie aficionado?
Thanks to today’s projection technology, there’s never been a better way to watch a game or film, transforming game or movie night.
BenQ’s latest home theater projectors deliver big-screen enjoyment that goes beyond the flatscreen and immerses everyone in a color-rich, eye-popping experience right at home.
Here are 7 tips when considering a home theater projector for dad this Father’s Day.
1. For the most enjoyable experience, select a full HD 1080p projector that will offer an immersive, crystal-clear picture even in the most constrained spaces.
2. A short throw, high-brightness projector, for example, can beam a 100-inch or larger image in stunning detail even just at five feet away.
3. For gamers, opt for a projector that features low input lag so their actions don’t skip a beat.
4. Movie enthusiasts would enjoy a projector with a high-performance color wheel that will produce brilliant color even during fast plays and action-packed scenes.
5. Features like Rec. 709 mean the projector is well-equipped to reproduce the exact color palette used by Hollywood studios to master movies and TV programs, bringing movie-theater quality and true-to-life colors to the living room.
6. Consider projectors that boast a rich set of connectivity options open up content and media options.
7. Look for dual HDMI inputs with one doubling as an MHL port: It will allow the dads in your life to stream videos, games or photos on the big screen from their own mobile devices.
With the range of innovative features, dads can elevate the home theater experience to a whole new level and enjoy full HD 1080p movies, TV shows, sporting events, and action-packed video games on the big screen without busting the budget.
Ready to give dad the gift that keeps on giving?
BenQ has three great gift options to brighten up dad’s entertainment experience.
HT2150ST Home Entertainment Projector
Product page: https://www.benqdirect.com/ht2150st.html
HT3050 Home Entertainment Projector
HT2050 Home Entertainment Projector