BenQ X1300i projector works with PS5 and Xbox Series X

There is a gaming LED projector in the world now called BenQ X1300i, which is designed for all SORTS devices. The BenQ X1300i has a full range of ports, including X1 HDMI2.0b, HDCP2.2 and another X1 HDMI2.0b, HDCP2.2 (with audio return support), X1 (5V / 2.5A power and service) USB type – A, one RS232 (DB-9pin), a pair of audio-out ports, and a “hidden space for an Android TV dongle.” This is the most “gaming monitor” ever made.

The BenQ X1300i has the ability to support next-generation gaming console – that means Xbox Series X and / or PlayStation 5. You’ll use HDR10, HLG (HDR), and a wide variety of picture and game modes. Picture modes include Bright / Living Room / Game / Sports / Cinema / (3D) / (HDR10) / (HDR Game) / (HLG) and User Mode. Game modes include RPG, SPG, and FPS enhancements.

This device has 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 2160p HDTV compatibility and LumiExpert and GameMaestro features. GameMaestro offers audio and video game modes that allow the user to play with low latency [email protected] display – ideal for PS5 or Xbox Series X.

It will work in 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution with support for resolutions from VGA (640 x 480) to 4K UHD (3840 x 2160). The projection ratio is between 1.3 ~ 1.56 and 100 at 2.87 m (100 ″ @ 9.4 ft). The clear image size (diagonal) is between 60 ~ 150, and the image size range is 30 ~ 300.

This projector works with 1x Audio out (S / PDIF) (supports 2 / 5.1-channel audio), and 1x Audio out (3.5mm Mini Jack). You’ll also find two IR receivers – two of them – one at the front and the other at the back, so you can control this device with compatible infrared controllers. There is also one Kensington lock if you are planning to place this device somewhere where someone might want to lift and operate it.

BenQ X1300i “Hidden Space for Android TV Dongle” includes 1x micro USB cable (5V / 1.5A power) and 1x HDMI 2.0b (HDCP2.2). You will be able to utilize this space with the QS01 Android TV dongle included with the projector.

Other parts and parts included with the projector include a Bluetooth remote control (battery included), one power cord, a quick start guide, and a warranty card (region dependent). Compatible with this system but optional (needs to be purchased separately) are 3D glasses (!) And magnetic set legs.

This projector is available in stores at this moment at a price of approximately $ 1299. You’ll find it at Best Buy online (and possibly in store), at Staples, by Projector People dot com, and in B&H Photo.

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