Taiwanese technology manufacturer BenQ has confirmed that it will unveil a new high-end 3D video projector at the 2014 CES consumer technology show.
Taking place next week, the show will provide BenQ with the opportunity to demonstrate the features of the new W7500 projector, which is set to take over from the W7000.
The technology firm's latest projector runs on the same DLP DarkChip 3 technology that was used in the company's previous projectors, the W1070 and the W1300 models. However, the contrast level has been increased from 50,000:1 to 60,000:1 for the W7500.
According to BenQ, the W7500 has a brightness level of 2,000 ANSI lumens and a native resolution of 1080p. As well as this, the projector supports up to WUXGA resolution images.
The lens provided with the W7500 is the same as that used in BenQ's previous model and includes a lens-shift function and a 1.5x zoom. The new projector does benefit from some new features, however, including a 2D-to-3D conversion mode, ISF certification and a motion compensation mode to reduce the judder and image movement when watching films.
The BenQ W7500 projector is due for release in early 2014 following its unveiling at CES 2014.