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***Free XBOX360*** Benq W500 DLP Projector £692.61 inc VAT at ebuyer

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***Free XBOX360*** Benq W500 DLP Project 1100Ansi 5000:1 Dvi 3000 Lamp Hrs Widescreen High Definition 720p Product Description BenQ W500 - DLP Projector Device Type DLP Projector - High Definition …
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***Free XBOX360*** Benq W500 DLP Project 1100Ansi 5000:1 Dvi 3000 Lamp Hrs Widescreen High Definition 720p
Product Description BenQ W500 - DLP Projector
Device Type DLP Projector - High Definition 720p
Dimensions (WxDxH) 34.9 cm x 27.7 cm x 12 cm
Weight 3.9 kg
Image Brightness 1100 ANSI lumens
Image Contrast Ratio 5000:1
Native Aspect Ratio Widescreen
Colour support Up to 1.07 billion colours
Bulb type 140 Watt
Bulb life cycle 2000 hour(s) / 3000 hour(s) (economic mode)
Video Input ( NTSC, SECAM, PAL )
Digital Television Video Formats 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 480i, 576i, 576p, 720i

Free Xbox 360 with this projector... Limited time only..

The W500 features an iris-like lens design that mimics our own eye, adjusting the aperture after analyzing the incoming video signal. The aperture is contracted during dark scenes for truer black tones and enhanced detail, while it is enlarged for bright scenes to maximize light output and enable a wider dynamic range. No matter what type of content is on, the W500 ensures that you get the very best viewing experience.

The W500 not only converts SD content such as analog TV broadcasts to HD-quality video, but it analyzes an amazing 1,024 pixels in the source for each pixel in the final HD version for native HD-like picture quality.

The W500 analyzes multiple frames in source video to identify and then eliminate pixels giving rise to visual noise, and also corrects for distortions resulting from too much compression.

Sophisticated Multi-Dimensional Diagonal Filtering (MDDF) technology smoothes away the "jaggies" that crop up along the edges of moving objects-even those lying at shallow angles of 5° to 7° while regular filters can only handle larger angles from 30° to 45°.

The W500 achieves greater color accuracy by handling each color signal in the video input individually, applying its brightness value directly in rendering the video. In contrast, regular projectors use a sampling process, which inevitably results in a loss of information about specific color signals and color distortion in the final projection image.

The W500 gives you access to both newer digital and traditional analog video formats with its wide range of connection interfaces. You don't have miss out on any of the fun.

- stollyman
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#1
good deal seeing as the lowest price I can find is 650 including delivery!
But here u get a free 360! Just what I ve been looking for.:thumbsup:

Voted scorching hot! :roll:
#2
just noticed if you order two, then update your cart to ONE, it shows up as ONE projector & TWO Xboxes on your confirmation line :whistling:
#3
strocky
just noticed if you order two, then update your cart to ONE, it shows up as ONE projector & TWO Xboxes on your confirmation line :whistling:
haha, cheeky! :-D
#4
Voted hot, projectors and xbox are best.! role on CALLofDUTYfour
#5
I think this is expired, click on the "Xbox 360 promotion" link in your basket and it takes you to a page that says the promotion is no longer running?
#6
works for me, says there are 48 projectors and 47 xboxs in stock (1 variance due to the chekky but clever poster above!)
#7
They've fixed the cart trick.
#8
I was about to order this but does anyone know which xbox 360 it is? (core, premium)
#9
Core!
#10
I thought it must be as it was free. But how do you know?
#11
strocky
just noticed if you order two, then update your cart to ONE, it shows up as ONE projector & TWO Xboxes on your confirmation line :whistling:


Will U Get 2 xboxes though?
#12
Internet_Tycoon
Will U Get 2 xboxes though?

NO they have fixed it.
#13
Click on the 360 promotion when you inthe basket, it brings up a pic of a core!
#14
FWIW BenQ projectors are excellent. I had it's little bro - W100 - and that was a sterling bit of kit. Excellent colour straight out the box and quiet to boot. Only thing wrong was it was 480p not 720p. This one is tho so snap it up for a steal of a price, even without the 360!
#15
I am not sure why people fancy this projector. its only 1100 Ansi
#16
strocky
just noticed if you order two, then update your cart to ONE, it shows up as ONE projector & TWO Xboxes on your confirmation line :whistling:


I'll go halfers with yeh then
#17
Goodman
I am not sure why people fancy this projector. its only 1100 Ansi


For films and games that's plenty in a darkened room (as PJs should be used in to get their full performance). The brighter ones are generally for data use (powerpoint, etc) and are 4:3 not 16:9. They can be louder too. For the cash this is damn good. Near that price is Panasonic AX100 and Infocus IN76, both are more and both don't have a free 360!
#18
he he did'nt order it - knowing ma luck I'd be charged for TWO PJ's and only get ONE Xbox :oops: :giggle:
banned#19
i got one!yeah!
banned#20
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=103766

remember this deal - in comparison - what do you think?

Native Resolution SVGA (800 x 600)
Projection System DLP® by Texas Instruments
Brightness 1500 ANSI Lumens
Lamp 160W, 2000/3000hours (Normal/Economic mode)
Contrast Ratio 2000:1
Weight 2.6 kg (5.7 lbs)
Noise Level 26/22 dB (normal / economic mode)
Resolution Support 640 x 480 to 1280 x 1024
Dimensions 10.9x 3.74 x 8.19inches (277 x 95 x 208 mm)
Image Size 30" to 200"
Throw Ratio 50"@2m (55"@6.6 feet)
Throw Distance Min:1.00m; Max:8.00m
Lens F=2.57 (Fixed)
Display Color Full 16.7 million color palette
Aspect Ratio 4:3/16:9 screen selectable
Horizontal Frequency 31 ~ 82 KHz
Vertical Scan Rate 48 ~ 85Hz
Projection Position Front/Rear, Table/Ceiling
Input Terminals Analog RGB: D-sub 15 pin x 1 Component Video: D-sub 15 pin (Shared with Analog RGB connector) S-Video: Mini Din 4 pin x 1 Composite Video: RCA x 1
Video Compatibility NTSC/PAL/SECAM
Auto Switching Power Supply 100 to 240 V AC, 50 to 60 Hz
#21
Don't know much about this, so thanks to the OP for the heads up.

I think the deal is available elsewhere, but this is the best price I've seen.

Does anyone know how much the bulbs are?

Seriously tempted. I want one to watch films and use with Xbox 360. Not too sure how I'd set it up. I have a long narrow room, could I run a cable right to the back of my room? How many cables would I need to run to it? Any further comments appreciated.

Thanks
#22
How are Projectors for Gaming anygood never had one...
#23
Embers
How are Projectors for Gaming anygood never had one...
I think they will be good because then it can seem that you are in the game itself! ;-) However, the bulbs can be expensive to replace. :-(
#24
good deal voted hot.
#25
Lol maybe you could order the projector. Nd then after a while return it and keep the xbox 360 ?
#26
Bit confused by some reviews which talk about the Benq W500 as being an LCD projector?

I assume it is in fact DLP, but the review I read on [url]www.aboutprojectors.com[/url] is clearly about an LCD Benq W500.:?
#27
It's an LCD. There's a 31 page thread about it here

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=725484

For example

Well, the projector did come and, although this is the first time posting here, I am not new to projectors. That being said I am blown away by this projector's picture, especially at this price point.

HD content is fantastic, as expected - but the huge feature is the HQV scaler. Unless you've lived under a rock the past 10 years and do not have a DVD collection this should be a big deal for you.

I cannot beileve how good SD content looks on this thing! I've watched Kill Bill 1 & 2 the past 2 nights and kept remarking how good the picture looked throughout.
#28
jonny_scott
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=103766

remember this deal - in comparison - what do you think?



It's not widescreen, it's not HD and they don't actually have any, but it's cheap.

Helpful thread here

http://www.aboutprojectors.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=5&highlight=w500++benq+w500
#29
Flix
Bit confused by some reviews which talk about the Benq W500 as being an LCD projector?

I assume it is in fact DLP, but the review I read on [url]www.aboutprojectors.com[/url] is clearly about an LCD Benq W500.:?


Which is it DLP or LCD? Is there a definitive answer? And does anyone know if this the best deal at this price?

Thanks
Flix
#30
I admit it is a bit confusing as if you google it a lot of the retailers describe it as DLP but the spec from the Benq website definitely shows it as LCD and the forum I posted the link to is all LCD discusion

http://www.benq.co.uk/products/Projector/?product=845&page=specifications

Display Technology LCD
Native Resolution 720p
Brightness 1100 ANSI Lumen
Contrast Ratio 5000:1
Functions Dynamic Iris
HQV picture quality
Dust proof with air filter
H and V lens shift
HDTV compatible
Professional digital AV input (HDMI)



Image Size 23.5" to 300" (long throw lens)
Throw Ratio 100" @ 3.3m
Zoom Ratio Manual Zoom, 1.2:1
Displayable Colours Full 1.07 billion colour palette
Aspect Ratio Native 16:9 (5 aspect ratios available)
Light Source 140 Watt, 2000 hours lamp life (3000 hours under ECO mode)
Operational Noise <32 dB normal mode, <28 dB economic mode
Horizontal Frequency 15~75 kHz
Vertical Scan Rate 50~100 Hz
Input Sources Analog RGB: D-sub x1 (Shared)
Digital: HDMI (with HDCP) x1
Composite video: RCA x1
S-Video: Mini DIN 4 pin x1
Component Video 1: RCA x3
Component Video 2: RCA x3 (Shared)

Video Compatibility NTSC / PAL / SECAM / EDTV / HDTV
(480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720i, 720p, 1080i, 1080p)
Dimensions (HxWxD) 349x120x277mm
Net Weight 3.9 kg

I think it's Benq's first LCD projector. Anyway it's got good reviews and mine is coming on Thursday (with the free XBOX360) so I'll know then.
#31
Awsome PJ (LCD), Xbox is arcade with HDMI connection!
#32
Did anybody get one through? and how big does the room have to be to get a good size on this?
#33
Vince22
Did anybody get one through? and how big does the room have to be to get a good size on this?


Yes mine came 2 days ahead of schedule. I'm very happy with it, though I haven't had time to do much with it. As for room size you should be able to get a 100" diagonal at about 11'. There is an excellent calculator on the Benq page

http://www.benq.co.uk/products/Proje...specifications
#34
http://www.dabs.com/ProductView.aspx?Quicklinx=4m42#description

On Dabs for £680.

This is the 360 arcade - but not being a console lover I've no idea which is better, so shoot it down if it's ****.

T

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