There is a new gaming projector on the horizon, and it would simply be the right buy to go together with the upcoming Xbox Series S – or any current-gen HD console you continue to have kicking round.
However the primary draw of the X1300i is in its gaming options, together with low enter lag of simply 8ms for 120Hz playback. You may additionally get three devoted gaming presets, for shooters (FPS), sports activities (SPG) and role-playing video games (RPG) – whereas a 3,000 lumens brightness will imply you are not straining to see the projection in gentle ambient mild. You get a max 100-inch projection too.
After all, there are different 120Hz projectors and TVs on the market – and the BenQ X1300i is just an HD, relatively than a 4K mannequin – however the peculiar specs of the Xbox Collection S make them an acceptable match.
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Whereas 4K/120Hz is supported on higher-spec next-gen consoles – by way of a much-touted HDMI 2.1 port – it is nonetheless a uncommon prevalence and solely a handful of Xbox Series X games will help it at or shortly after launch.
For those who’re not fussed about 4K a lot as easy gameplay, getting a 120Hz HD projector and the £249 Xbox Collection S ought to prevent a hefty quantity in comparison with a 4K beamer and £449 Xbox Collection X.
The X1300i is obtainable from December, and will retail for £1,249 – round what you’d pay for the 4K BenQ TK850, although with the massive added good thing about streaming apps by way of Android TV, and the famous gamer-centric options. You may get help for Google Assistant voice instructions too.
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