BenQ TH685i 1080p Gaming Projector Powered by Android TV – 4K HDR Support – 120hz Refresh Rate – 3500lm – 8.3ms Low…
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Experience ultimate gaming. TH685i is supercharged with low input lag for real-time video game thrills. Stunning 1080p HDR graphics and 3500 lumens of ultra-brightness deliver intense action, even in daylight. And, awe-inspiring sound immerses you in epic gameplay like nothing before.
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1080P 4K HDR READY: 3500 ANSI lumen brightness; 1080p HDR-enabled w/4K compatibility; one hundred-inch images from 8.2 feet (2.5m) away; stunning color 95% Rec. 709
GEARED FOR GAMING: Low latency [email protected]/120Hz low input lag, Game Mode/Game Sound Mode fine-tune audio and images, LumiExpert defeats eye strain all through extended play
PRO PERFORMANCE: Compatible with major consoles (Sony PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One X, Google stadia) huge, bright, sharp images and equalized audio
ENDLESS ENTERTAINMENT: Google-certified Android TV and Google Play store, with 5,000+ of the up to date Android apps, movies, shows, live sports, games, music, and more
USER-FRIENDLY: Cast with airplay and Chromecast. No app needed. Remote controls both Android TV and projector
INDUSTRY LEADING WARRANTY: 3-year limited parts and labor coverage; our US-based totally customer service team is here when you wish to have it
NOTE: Cast Netflix content by the use of your laptop Google Chrome Browser or connect to an HDMI cable. Netflix isn’t natively to be had in this device