Consider a BenQ X3000i gaming projector before buying a big TV


Playing games on a big screen is great fun, especially with friends and family. However, many of the best big-screen TVs for gaming cost a lot of money. This is where it’s worth considering a BenQ X3000i gaming projector instead of a larger TV. It’s much more affordable and gives you lots of flexibility.

We checked out BenQ’s latest gaming projector’s specs a little while ago, but now we’ve had the chance to spend some quality time with the device. It can easily handle the 120Hz refresh rate supported by modern consoles like the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. This means ultra-smooth gameplay that looks nice and can make a difference when playing competitive games that favour reaction time. Or, for PC gamers, you can tweak the settings to enjoy refresh rates as smooth as 240Hz.

BenQ X3000i gaming projector close up

Just as importantly, the BenQ X3000i gaming projector also has super low latency and input lag. Thanks to this, you don’t need to worry about a delay between pressing a button and seeing the action take place on-screen. Whether you play fighting games, shooters, or anything else, you’ll notice the responsiveness as you play.

BenQ X3000i gaming projector versus a big TV

For any TV even remotely close to 100 inches in size, you’re paying close to and upwards of $10,000. On the other hand, the BenQ X3000i retails for just $3,299. Even if you can afford a large TV, you then need to worry about how much space it takes up in your home.

This is where a gaming projector provides an ideal solution to your big-screen dreams. You can set it up on a tabletop or shelf surface, or mount it on the ceiling so it’s out of the way. Depending on your space, you can adjust the display size of the BenQ X3000i to be bigger or smaller as needed. Plus, you can enjoy all your gaming and media content at well over 100 inches to create a cinema-like experience in the home.

To get an idea of the full experience and what BenQ’s gaming projector enables, watch our video of the device in action.

Visit BenQ’s website for more information and to see how you can maximise your gaming setup.