Since the Covid-19 outbreak confined everyone inside their houses, most people's needs have transformed. People are rapidly investing more in specific technologies, notably those related to entertainment, such as larger and better screens, because of the Covid-19 pandemic. This has resulted in a rise in projector demand. BenQ launched a portable projector with the model numbers V6000 and V6050 in India, riding on this new trend.
“The BenQ V6000/V6050 aims to replace living room TV with a huge projected image that is over 100 inches wide. Large-screen 4K graphics with precise HDR colours and high brightness, paired with ultra-short throw projection and luxury design, will elevate the Home Entertainment Experience to new heights. This ground-breaking device for living rooms will revolutionise the visuality in home entertainment,” Rajeev Singh, Managing Director, BenQ India & South Asia said on the occasion.
In terms of price, the newly released BenQ 4K Laser TV projector is priced at ₹4,99,000. It not only contains a 100-inch or 120-inch ALR screen, which costs ₹2.5 lakhs alone, as well as a 32GB Apple TV gadget, which costs ₹18,900 separately.
Starting today, it's available for purchase at BenQ's retail partners Croma and Reliance Digital.