Gaming Projector Review: BenQ PB6100 Multimedia Projector

Posted: Jan 22 2005, 2:29am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:25pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 
Gaming Projector Review: BenQ PB6100 Multimedia Projector
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Overclockers Online reviews the BenQ PB6100 Multimedia Projector (Compare Prices Now!).
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"Well here lies the real matter. The only real reason to overclock, is to game, no? And we are here online to overclock, yes? For this test I hooked up my gaming rig and ran the projector through its paces. What can I say; playing huge...is huge. Having a larger than life-size Gordon Freeman hand as your entry into his world is definitely a plus, but again there were issues surrounding the rainbow effect.

Especially a game like Half Life 2, with light and dark being a key feature of the visual style of the game, it unfortunately suffers due to the rainbow effect being painfully apparent. "
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