The BenQ X1300i is the manufacturer’s first projector for gamers. The beamer has Android TV as the operating system (and therefore has access to everything that platform has to offer via Google Play), input lag of 8.3 milliseconds at 120 Hz and a color coverage of 98% of the Rec. 709 standard and BenQ CinematicColor.
This is the BenQ X1300i
The beamer intended for gamers can project a 100 inch image on the wall. In addition, various game modes are available, such as a first person shooter mode, the role playing game mode, and the sports mode, which optimize image settings for such games. The manufacturer calls this GameMaestro.
Traditional LED projectors use 3 LEDs for each primary color: red, green, blue (also called RGB). BenQ uses 4LED technology, which has an extra blue LED (rgbb). The addition of this fourth LED lamp increases the brightness by up to twelve percent. In addition, there is a brightness of 3,000 ansi lumens. Thanks to the Dynamic Black function, it has a contrast ratio of 500,000: 1, which should deliver a beautiful image, especially in dark scenes.
Furthermore, the system has two stereo speakers of five watts each. The Bongiovi DPS (Digital Power Station) technology helps to improve the sound quality. This uses a proprietary 120 calibration point algorithm to optimize the audio signal in real time, resulting in better stereo field coverage. Flexibility isn’t the only thing the X1300i shows with its 1.2x zoom and 2D keystone correction, as its advanced AV connectivity makes it suitable for a variety of deployment scenarios.
Two HDMI 2.0 ports are available for connecting external players such as game consoles. There is support for native full HD, 4k, 3d (glasses can be purchased separately) and HDR with HDR10 and HLG.