Originally Posted by Kris Deering
Considering what Optoma was able to do at half the price, I don't find the "we're first" argument a good excuse. BenQ should have looked at the market for $9K and known what they were up against. I just had a meeting at CEDIA with TI and they were of similar opinion.
Yeah, like the Sony VW385
Seriously, at $8000 you can have Native 4K, 15,000-20,000:1 native contrast (plus DI), ~90% of DCI P3 coverage (I think that's what we're expecting), 3D, powered lens, lens memory
Wobulated 4K, <1000:1 native contrast, ~75% of DCI P3 coverage, no 3D, no power lens, no lens memory
Granted the 385 wasn't announced when BenQ announced these, but still, that's the reality their facing.