Originally Posted by rekbones
Good choice. Definitely get back to us with your review as everyone's opinion counts and will help others with similar issues.
Will post a review after using it for a bit. Still waiting on the 3d glasses to come in. I literally just got it today and swapped the benq out.
- heavy, bout 1.5 times heavier than the benq
- about 1.5 times the size of the benq in all dimensions
- pretty and rounded
- had to modify my ceiling mount slightly, since the screw mount holes are about 3 cm further out in all corners. I connected two arms together to make a slightly longer one on one side and it worked fine to get two at back connected and one at the front (which is very ample support)
- wireless lan (i didnt know it had nor do I NEED) but was disappointing to find out it has the capability but doesnt include the module. Does anyone know if any WLAN USB module would work?
- Manual says "if you have this connected to a LAN cable" .... But I see no LAN port?
- somehow magically connected to my NVIDIA Shield and controls it which is cool
- not sure how its connected to the Shield, but cant see to find any instructions on how to program it to work with my Yamaha receiver (for volume control). Maybe its not universal... ? But the Shield..*shrugs*
- Brightness: Absolutely fantastic change from the BenQ. Definitely super bright. Am watching it right now at 2pm with the curtains open and its about as bright as the BenQ at night with the curtains closed,probably brighter even. Literally on par with any current TV at least from what I can tell.
- Sharp: WAY crisper and sharper than the BenQ. The BenQ seems almost "fuzzy" or blurry in comparison. And you can see in the screenshot above of the BenQ, it still looked pretty good.
Still waiting to try out the 3d, but so far I'm super happy with it. It's more than perfect for daily "tv" use as I wanted and I think as I suspected, by the time 4k content is considered the norm and I actually have enough of it, upgrading again will be relatively the same price as this one was.