BenQ achieved market number 1 for 4K projectors in the first quarter of 2022, as well as for Full HD. According to Futuresource Consulting Quarterly Market Track Reports, BenQ has achieved a leading position as a supplier in terms of sales in Europe. In addition, it achieved a market share of 23.42% for 4K and 24.5% for Full HD.

Royce Lai, Managing Director of BenQ UK, said: The last few years have seen a real change in the way people use home entertainment and integrate visual and display technologies into their home settings; watch movies, sports and play games. For our part, we are seeing an exponential increase in demand for home entertainment products with superb image quality, color accuracy and installation flexibility.

Among 4K projectors, BenQ presents segments dedicated to home cinema, home entertainment, games, laser TV and smart projectors with Android TV. All series offer True 4K, with 8.3 million different pixels. From the Laser TV series, the V7000i and V7050i with ALRS01 screen won the EISA award for “Best Product 2021-2022”. The Full HD segment has award-winning projectors designed for business, home cinema, home entertainment, games and smart projectors with Android TV.

The recently released X3000i gaming projector reflects BenQ’s design experience, as it is one of the first true 4K LED immersive gaming projectors with 4ms @ 240Hz low input delay and 100% DCI-P3 accurate CinematicColor.

The TH585P and TH685P console game projectors are now available for the Full HD segment. Armed with 3500 ANSI lumens, brightness for use in illuminated environments, low input delay and exceptional game modes.

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BenQ 4K & Full HD Projector Market Share Reach No. 1 in Europe

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