A Sub-$2,000 4K DLP Projector Debuts from BenQ

BenQ America just launched the CineHome HT2550 DLP projector that they say is capable of hitting 96 percent Rec 709 color and is native 3840×2160 (4K UHD) resolution using single-chip DLP.

BenQ’s HT2550 projector uses 0.47″ single-DMD-chip DLP technology and employs BenQ CinematicColor technology and a RGBRGB color wheel to hit the 96 percent coverage of Rec. 709 color gamut. The HT2550’s 4K video includes compatibility with high dynamic range (HDR10) support and uses motion-adaptive edge pixel enhancement to help with flesh tone rendition. It also can support HDCP 2.2 copy protection.

The HT2550 includes auto keystone correction and a 1.2x zoom lens and inputs include HDMI and VGA.

The BenQ HT2550 will be available in North America in Jan. 2018 for under $2,000 retail and here are all the detailed specs.