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BenQ says their TK700STi 4K HDR projector is made for gamers

By Ken Wong - on 1 Jun 2021, 3:43pm

BenQ says their TK700STi 4K HDR projector is made for gamers

The BenQ TK700STi is a 4K gaming projector. Image courtesy of BenQ.

BenQ is back with a new projector, the BenQ TK700STi. But this is targeted at a new market segment, that of the gamer.

It has a brightness of 3,000 lumens and being a short-throw projector, it can project up to a 100-inch screen with a distance of 1.99m for a truly immersive experience. It also has 2D keystone and digital rotate adjustment to make sure the screen fits perfectly.

To appeal to gamers, the BenQ TK700STi delivers 16ms response time at 4K 60Hz in its Fast Mode option. BenQ says that dropping the resolution to 1080P will lower the lag even more.

Additionally, HDR game compatibility gives users access to a wide variety of gaming options, from sports games, to FPS games, and RPG games. BenQ says that the projector is also compatible with newly released games (e.g. Marvel's Avengers, NBA 2K21, and Assassin's Creed Valhalla) and classic AAA games (e.g. Monster Hunter: World, Spider-Man, God of War) and has dual HDMI 2.0 connectivity to pair with the consoles like the PlayStation series, Xbox series, and Nintendo Switch.       

The TK700STi uses BenQ’s CinemaMaster Audio+2, and built-in 5W audio to provide customised sound modes for movies, music, sports, and games. 

There are a number of connectivity options. Image courtesy of BenQ.

As far as connectivity goes, the projector comes with 2 HDMI ports, a VGA port, USB-A port, 3.5mm audio jack, two IR receivers, RS232, support for a Kensington lock, and what the company calls “a hidden space” for an Android TV dongle.

The included BenQ dongle is similar to Google's Chromecast but BenQ has added more functionality. For example, while it allows the BenQ TK700STi access to Android TV and the Google Play Store, it also enables the projector's wireless connectivity, and allows the user to stream media not just from Android-based devices, but iOS-based ones as well. 

Jeffrey Liang, President of BenQ Asia Pacific said:

Consumer entertainment habits have very quickly evolved during the course of the pandemic, and the rising demand for truly premium lifestyle technology is a trend that is here to stay.

The BenQ TK700STi gaming projector retails at S$2,499 and is available from BenQ’s official stores on Lazada and Shopee.


Specs\Model  BenQ TK700STi
Number of pixels 4K UHD (3840x2160)
Technology DLP
Screen size 30"~300"
Brightness 3,000 lumens
Dynamic contrast 10,000:1


USB Type-A 


3.5mm Mini Jack, Audio out (S/PDIF)

X1 HDMI 2.0b (HDCP2.2)

X1 micro USB cable 


Dimensions 312 x 110 x 246 mm
Weight 3.1 kg
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