Featuring a 16ms low input lag.
Here at T3 Towers, we already love some of BenQ’s line of 4K HDR projectors so consider us excited when they announced the TK700STi that’s specially made for gaming. Featuring 4K HDR support as well as 16ms low input lag, the TK700STi also runs on Android. The launch follows BenQ’s recent milestone of achieving the number 1 market share in the 4K projector segment for the third consecutive year in the Asia Pacific, the Middle East, and Africa.
Video games have seen a rise in popularity especially during the start of the pandemic, where there was a widespread increase in visual entertainment consumption due to quarantines and travel restrictions. This is mainly one of the reasons why BenQ decided to release the TK700STi in meeting the demands of current hardware that’s built to last. The TK700STi’s 16ms low input lag at 4K HDR offers the best experience at any game from first-person shooters to role-playing games.
“Consumer entertainment habits have very quickly evolved during the course of the pandemic, and the rising demand for truly premium lifestyle technology is a trend that is here to stay,” said Manish Bakshi, Managing Director of BenQ Middle East & Turkey. “This is a product that was engineered for the discerning gaming audience, a commitment reflected in the projector’s optimized specifications, true 4K resolution, and pairing options to a wide variety of gaming consoles and entertainment devices” he added.
The BenQ TK700STi can project up to a 100-inch screen from just 6.5 feet away. The 16ms response time at 4K 60Hz is the lowest latency offered by a projector that doesn’t compromise resolution. There are also three specifically tailored modes (FPS, RPG, SPG – Sports) that bring you different levels of settings suited for the game that you are playing. As such, the TK700STi is also fully compatible with every PC and game console available, including the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X|S.
Other specifications include BenQ’s proprietary CinemaMaster Audio+2 and 5W speakers. The projector is also Google-certified, and you can utilize Android’s streaming and mirroring features on the projector. Not only that, but its wireless capabilities are also compatible with iOS devices.
Stay tuned for a full review of the BenQ TK700STi soon!