The BenQ TH671ST projector is a short throw projector aimed at gamers, boasting gaming-oriented features at an attractive price point. Its low input lag and suite of gaming-focused features make it one of the best short throw projectors out there for gamers, and it doubles as a solid home entertainment projector even for those that either don\u2019t game or only barely game.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - BenQ TH671ST\r\nThe BenQ TH671ST is a solid full HD gaming projector with a high contrast ratio, low input lag, and a dedicated game mode, making it well suited for gamers without the ability to mount or store a full-sized TV still looking to play video games on a large screen.\r\n\r\nPerformance\/Resolution Etc.\r\nThere\u2019s little to complain about with the BenQ TH671ST\u2019s overall picture quality. Input lag sits at around 16.5ms (or about 1 frame behind, assuming you\u2019re running at 60 FPS), and picture quality is solid, making it a good pick for gaming. The Optoma GT1080HDR provides a better gaming experience overall thanks to its 120Hz refresh rate, higher brightness, and support for HDR, but the overall picture quality is worse than the BenQ\u2019s. If you\u2019re looking for something higher end, the VAVA 4K Projector is also a solid pick thanks to its 4K resolution and HDR10 support, but it\u2019s significantly more expensive. The GooDee Mini Projector is extremely portable and easy to set up almost anywhere.\r\nBrightness\/Lumens\r\nBrightness is fine even in conditions with medium ambient light, though colors will wash out in bright rooms. It\u2019s suited best for dim rooms, though it won\u2019t be wholly unusable in brighter rooms. That said, it\u2019s a poor fit for extremely bright rooms, as its peak brightness is inadequate for bright areas. It\u2019s also strictly inferior to the Optoma GT1090HDR, which gets much brighter, has a longer rated lamp life, and comes in at a higher 4K resolution, albeit for almost twice the price.\r\nAdjustability\/Viewing Angle\r\nWith vertical keystone correction and a decent throw distance range, the BenQ TH671ST provides decent adjustability. More inputs--especially DisplayPort--would have been nice, but HDMI isn\u2019t a limiting factor in any capacity. It\u2019s adequate as far as home theater projectors go, and it shouldn\u2019t present any issues on that front; it has all the adjustment it really needs. Some might find its throw ratio a bit lacking, as it has to sit further back than some other projectors to display an image of the same size, but it\u2019s not an issue in nearly all cases.\r\nDurability\r\nLike most midrange projectors, it\u2019s a DLP projector rather than a laser projector, meaning it has less longevity than high-end offerings. That said, its rated lamp life is still quite high, and it\u2019s an overall well-built projector. Its construction is sturdy and it has no obvious design flaws, meaning physical damage or wear shouldn\u2019t be an issue unless the machine is physically tossed about.\r\nValue\r\nValue is the BenQ TH671ST\u2019s strongest selling point. Though it has competitors that beat it out in one or even several ways, it\u2019s priced lower than a lot of its better competition and it provides a solid experience for several audiences. Though it\u2019s best suited for gamers, it\u2019s a solid multimedia projector in general, and while it\u2019s lacking in some features (HDR, high refresh rates, 4K), it\u2019s priced extremely well and hits a very solid sweet spot.\r\nBenQ TH671ST Wrap Up\r\nIt\u2019s not the flashiest projector on the block, but the BenQ TH671ST is a very solid multimedia projector with a strong focus on gaming. More expensive competitors may boast higher resolutions, better colors, and\/or higher refresh rates, but they cost up to double the price of BenQ\u2019s offering. As far as multimedia projectors go, the BenQ TH671ST hits a very nice sweet spot of price to performance, delivering great gaming performance and good picture quality at a nice price point.