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A 4K projector with 3,300 lumens of brightness and 98% coverage of Rec.709 colours is the BenQ TK860i. Another 4K projector with HDR10+ capability is the BenQ W28710i. BenQ’s HDR-PRO technology is used by the TK860i to produce better contrast. The W2710i has a maximum brightness of 2,200 lumens and covers 100% of the Rec.709 colour gamut as well as 95% of DCI-P3. The new BenQ projectors have an image throw of up to 150 inches at up to 24 frames per second. Both projectors benefit from the Active Iris and Dynamic Black tools, which enhance contrast.
Users may stream material from well-known streaming services like Netflix and Prime Video thanks to Android TV support on both the BenQ projectors. Google Chromecast can also be used to wirelessly cast material from a mobile device. These two latest BenQ projectors enable Google Voice Assistant. Two integrated 5W treVolo speakers in each of the two variants can be connected to external speakers to increase their output power. There are many connectors available on the projectors, including HDMI and USB. Both the TK860i and W2710i projectors include 2.1-channel speaker systems and Android TV operating systems. The remote control for the BenQ TK860i and W2710i projectors has hotkeys for well-known websites like YouTube and Disney+.
Price & Availability
Although the precise launch information is still unknown, both the BenQ TK860i and W2710i projectors will be introduced this month in the market. The projectors will retail for $2,000. Information on the new BenQ projectors’ global availability is still unavailable. But we can expect more details soon.