BenQ’s 4K CineHome HT2550 Projector Available For Retail

The $1,499 Model Uses the Latest 0.47-inch Single-DMD-chip TI DLP technology
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The $1,499 Model Uses the Latest 0.47-inch Single-DMD-chip TI DLP technology
BenQ’s CineHome HT2550

BenQ’s CineHome HT2550

Producing 8.3 million distinct pixels for true 4K UHD performance, BenQ’s CineHome HT2550 uses the latest 0.47-inch single-DMD-chip TI DLP technology. With more 96-percent coverage of the Rec. 709 color gamut with precise Delta E<3 performance, it faithfully reproduces exactly what filmmakers intended. In addition, it employs exclusive BenQ CinematicColor technology and a RGBRGB color wheel to meet the film industry’s highest standards for color accuracy.

The CineHome HT2550’s 4K video quality includes high dynamic range (HDR10) support, offering greater brightness and contrast with auto image optimization and accurate flesh tone mapping to bring pictures to life. Its performance is further improved by motion-adaptive edge pixel enhancement, sophisticated color algorithms, and proprietary CinemaMaster Video+ and CinemaMaster Audio+ 2 technologies for the ultimate home entertainment experience. With full support for the latest HDCP 2.2 copy protection, it allows users to enjoy all of the fast-growing choices for 4K content.

The CineHome HT2550 projector is lightweight and compact to blend into any décor. It’s designed to set up fast with auto keystone correction and 1.2X big zoom. In addition, the CineHome HT2550 quickly becomes a smart projector by simply connecting an HDMI dongle, such as Google Chromecast, Roku, or Amazon Fire TV Stick, to instantly stream TV shows, movies, sports and even video games to the big screen.

The BenQ CineHome HT2550 retails for $1,499 and is now available in North America for pre-order exclusively via Amazon until January 14 and at BenQ Direct. Additional availability starts January 15 from Best Buy U.S., Best Buy Canada ($1,999 CAD).