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Benq W1000+

Benq W1000+
alaScore 87

16 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 16 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the size and usability. The image quality and value for money also get good feedback. Opinions are divided on the design.

value for money, image quality, usability, size

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Projectors the Benq W1000+ is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 16 reviews)

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BenQ W1000+ Review

 

If you were looking at the W1000 for your own theater but thought you needed a little something extra to push you over the edge, this might be the upgrade you've been waiting for.

The BenQ W1000+ is a value-priced product that delivers a great picture. It is bright enough to be used in the living room, high enough in contrast to be used in the theater, and vibrant enough in color to display anything you desire. The user...

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BenQ W1000+

 

BenQ is one of the leaders when it comes to DLP projector TVs of any shape or size. The BenQ W1000+ is just one example of a home theater projector that will get the job done and won't cost an arm and a leg. We were quite impressed with the long lamp...

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BenQ W1000+ review

 

This budget full HD projector has much to recommend it

Performance transcends price point expectations ; Neat, compact design ; Calibration possibilities

Motion judder ; Who needs a 3W speaker

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BenQ W1000+ review

 

Big-screen televisions may be grabbing the headlines, but for a truly spectacular cinematic experience, you'll still have to pay a very large amount of money in order to match the kind of image size possible with a projector.

The BenQ W1000+ doesn’t pack a perfect image. But, for this money, you shouldn’t expect perfection. Instead it creates a very pleasing colour palette while projecting a sizeable picture. It works well with today’s HDMI devices, while the specifications...

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BenQ W1000+ review

 

Benq's W1000+ is an improved version of the W1000 that we reviewed last year. It looks the same on the outside, but it's had a full hardware revamp, with higher contrast, longer lamp life, plus a faster colour wheel.

Benq’s W1000+ is a great choice if you want the flexibility to use a projector in a lit room, but you can get better image quality for this price.

Recommended!

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BenQ W1000+

 

If you're after big-screen thrills without the big wallet spills, then the W1000+ is simply the best value entry-level projector we've seen to date.

If you’re after genuine big-screen thrills without the big wallet spills, then the W1000+ is simply the most ridiculously great-value entry-level projector we've seen to date.

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BenQ W1000+

 

It?s not flawless, but it is astonishingly capable given the price tag

Simple set-up, easy to use; fine attention to detail; nicely balanced colours; price

Not the last word in motion stability

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BenQ W1000 +

 

It's not flawless, but it is astonishingly capable given the price tag

Simple set-up, easy to use; fine attention to detail; nicely balanced colours; price

Not the last word in motion stability

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REVIEW: BenQ W1000+ HD projector

 

BenQ surprised everyone with the quality of their W1000 projector when it launched in the back end of 2009. Offering superb picture quality for under a grand, it practically single-handedly redefined the the word "value" when it came to home cinema...

At a penny shy of £750, the BenQ W1000+ is an absolute steal. Building significantly upon its already-rather-good W1000 predecessor, the W1000+ offers full HD cinema thrills at a price so competitive it's likely to get the more expensive projector...

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BENQ W1000+ Video Projector

 

I chose this projector to watch the six nations and BlueRay disks in full HD. My screen is in the living room which has large windows at both ends. As the 2000 Lumens is bright compared to other 1080 HD projectors in this price range I thought it would...

Bright enough for the living room in daylight. Picture quality great after some adjustment

Picture needs some adjustment when switching between sources, skin tones can appear orange on standard settings without turning the colour down

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