benq ultra short throw projectorYou will not believe the video quality possible with the new BenQ 4K V7050i ultra short throw projector. This is the ultimate home theatre projector from a company that has been building amazing projectors for many years. We sent this projector for a review recently and now it has returned to Best Buy so we can give it away to one very lucky reader of our blog. Take some time to read the review and watch the review video. Then read this article for details on how to enter for a chance to win one.

An amazing projection just an ultra short throw away

What is the benefit of an ultra short throw projector like the BenQ V7050i? Look at the image here on the right. Unlike a standard projector, the kind you have seen in the past, this new technology enables you to place it extremely close to the same wall on which you’ll project your movie, your Netflix show, your brilliant 4K anything! Inches away! And the image it projects is bright, ultra-high resolution, with brilliant HDR-Pro enhanced colours as only a BenQ projector delivers.

Read Andy Baryer’s review to learn how he set up the projector. You’ll learn some tips that will inspire you and help you decide where it will go if you win this contest.

Screen the next big movie premiere in your home

One key consideration for anyone using a short throw projector is where you project the image. Obviously you can’t use a dark wall. You need a reflective surface. Andy shows in his review that his movie room has a special flat white painted wall … and the image from this projector was fantastic. However, short throw projectors deliver the best image on a screen designed to limit the impact of ambient light on the projected image. He also mentioned that the best option is an ALR (Ambient Light Rejecting) screen. These screens are designed to allow the upward projected light to be the only light that is reflected: this means the best projected image appears even when the room is well lit.

As I see it, you have three things to decide after getting this projector: what room to place it in, what surface will you use for the projected image, and how you’ll get the content you love into the projector. For that last one, you’ll be very pleased to learn that BenQ made the list of options extensive: you could stream from your phone but that is only one of many options!

How to enter

Entering this contest is easy, and you can enter in three different ways:

  1. In a comment below, tell us which BenQ projector is best for your home, a short throw projector or a standard projector you place far from the screen and why.
  2. In a comment below the review article for this projector, tell us where in your home you would use this projector and on what kind of surface would you project the image (a white wall or an ALR projector or something else?).
  3. In an email to bestbuyblog@bestbuycanada.ca with the subject line “BenQ ultra short throw projector” tell us which of the methods of getting content into the projector mention on the BenQ V7050i product page will you use most often. You must list that method exactly as it is stated on the product page for a valid entry (in other words, saying “streaming from my phone” would not be a valid entry).

What you can win

At the end of this contest, we will randomly select one entry to win the BenQ V7050i 4k UHD ultra short throw home theatre projector that Andy tested for his review article.

This contest runs from May 27th until June 12th

Remember you can enter three times in three different ways. However, you should tell your friends and family: an amazing projector like this is something you will want to share with family and friends who will also want to share in the fun of this contest.

Win a BenQ V7050i 4K projector Contest Rules and Regulations

Good luck.

803 COMMENTS

  1. I am very happy to announce the winner(s) of this BenQ 4K UHD home theatre ultra short throw projector:

    Matt D – Calgary, AB

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  2. This contest is now closed. We will draw the winners soon in accordance with the rules. Return to the blog often to read great articles, learn about the latest technology, and to enter more contests. You never know when we’ll be doing another amazing giveaway!

  3. Out of both projectors, I think the short throw would be better for me because of the size of the room I would be using it in.

  4. A BENQ short throw projector would be ideal for us as our rooms aren’t big enough for the traditional projector.

  5. A short throw projector would be best for our home – we have a small living room and this projector would be perfect for the space.

  6. I would love the BenQ 4K UHD (V7050i) Home Theatre Projector system because it would suit my basement and would be amazing!

  7. A short throw projector would be ideal for my space and needs. Very excited about this awesome option!

  8. BenQ 4K V7050i ultra short throw projector would work best for me. I don’t have a lot of room in my condo and space saving is important to me.

  9. Short throw would be great for us with project on a roll up electric projection screen in the basement.

  10. We have a small place so a short throw would be better.’
    BenQ 4K UHD Home Theatre Projector (TK700)

  11. The short throw would be best as our living room is not very large! We would use this in our living room with our white wall as the screen!

  12. A short throw projector would be better because the room I would use it in would not have a ton of space for a normal projector to be far away from the wall.

  13. The short throw would be best for my living room as we don’t have an area large enough for the projector.

  14. Short throw would be great for us with project on a roll up electric projection screen in our basement.

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