A drastic difference in BenQ W1070 vs Optoma HD141X comparison
BenQ W1070 – a smart projector with additional 3D applications
Not so long ago I’ve tested BenQ W1070 and found its video projection a bit noisy with very a minor rainbow effect. But I’d like to point out a short 3D lens throwing distance − a 100-inch picture from 2.5 m.
BenQ W1070 PROS:
It maximizes power saving by itself through the SmartEco Mode, when it cleverly adjusts the lamp power. It uses 70% less energy without sacrificing picture quality.
It has compatibility with a new optional extra Wireless Full HD Kit that can stream uncompressed 1080p 2D or 3D content from my devices to the projector without any cabling. So, it’s super cool for wireless coverage up to 30 meters; I use it for streaming through walls between rooms.
Via a little screw on a back panel behind the zoom, I physically adjust the height of the images that luckily, doesn’t distort the image geometry.
I’m fond of its automatic switch to Eco Blank Mode after the projector is turned on for over 3 minutes without a display source.
BenQ W1070 CONS:
The lens is very small and doesn’t look like it’s made out of high-quality glass, thus it provides a limited amount of optical zoom.
Vertical image shift can be achieved only via a flabby screw hidden under a flimsy cover on the top.
I’m certain that it doesn’t deliver all of its claimed 2000 Lumens of brightness.
Optoma HD141X – a bright and light projector
Recently I’ve checked up BenQ W1070 vs Optoma HD141X and exactly Optoma HD141X impressed me with its vibrant picture without any calibration both while playing video games and watching movies.
Optoma HD141X PROS:
The fact that I don't need to cycle through input because the ability to change buttons immediately makes me glad. Why then not all projectors have it?
It’s noticeable cheaper in maintenance because of a long-lasting lamp − 6,000 hours in Eco mode or 5,000 hours at full power. It makes Optoma HD141X in Optoma HD141X vs BenQ W1070 comparison, more thrifty to own.
It provides a broad variety of ports choice: two HDMI ports that support 3D from Blu-ray, a cable, and FiOS box.
Optoma HD141X CONS:
With a low gloss unit screen the pictures are great, but when it’s increased, rainbow effects become more noticeable.
I couldn’t connect it to my wireless router because, unfortunately, it doesn’t have the Internet connection.
It gets warm quickly, so I can't place it close to people because the heat bothers us. So, take it into consideration, you have to mount it on the ceiling only.
It has a short zoom range. I’ve placed the projector on the ceiling about 10 feet away from the screen, so the zoom between the nearest and farthest setting is about 6 inches on all sides.
Have you missed something in BenQ W1070 vs Optoma HD141X opposition?
In terms of picture quality, Optoma HD141X provides twice bigger contrast ratio − 20000:1, whereas BenQ W1070 − 10000:1. BenQ W1070 has far greater Pixel number (8300000 versus 1024000). Optoma HD141X has weaker lamp time (190 versus 240W). BenQ W1070 has lower lamp life in Normal mode (3500 vs 5000).
Keep in mind prior your final choice that Optoma HD141X has 3000 lumens that give brightness above average. BenQ W1070 in addition to 3D can also support applications like NVIDIA 3DTV. If you are still in need of more details, glance over a chart or my other comparisons of these models.