BenQ isn’t just about compact value-oriented DLPs; witness the CinePrime HT5550 Ultra HD DLP Projector. It offers premium clarity from a single-chip light engine, 1800 ANSI lumens, HDR, DCI-P3 color, and generous lens shift at the very reasonable price of $2499. I’m checking it out today.
Today, I’ll be checking out VAVA’s 4K Ultra Short Throw Laser Projector. It projects an image up to 150 inches diagonal while sitting only 16.7 inches from the wall. It sports Ultra HD resolution courtesy of a pixel-shifted DLP chip with support for HDR.
The Optoma UHD51A Ultra HD DLP Projector offers 3840x2160 resolution, HDR10, 3D, and 2400 lumens in a compact chassis for less than $1700. It also includes a built-in media player and voice control via Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant. I’ll be checking it out today.
Today, I’m checking out ViewSonic’s PX727-4K Ultra HD DLP Projector. For just $1499, it offers Ultra HD resolution from a .47” DLP chip, HDR10, a built-in speaker, and a compact form factor. If you’re thinking of trying one of these budget DLPs to add 4K to your theater, it’s worth serious consideration.
If you’re looking to make the jump to Ultra HD in your media room and need a high-output projector, look no further than the BenQ TK800. It delivers 3840x2160 pixels, HDR10, and 3000 ANSI lumens. Whether you want to watch movies or sports, or play games console games, it looks like a great choice for home entertainment. I’ll be putting it through its paces today.
The ViewSonic PX747-4K brings Ultra HD resolution and High Dynamic Range to the projector market for only $1499. With 3500 lumens claimed output and a built-in speaker, it looks like a great choice for home theater enthusiasts on a budget.
If you’re not yet ready to make the commitment to Ultra HD, BenQ has the perfect budget solution in its HT2050A 3D DLP Projector. It offers a bright, color-accurate image with 3D support and an integrated 10-watt speaker in a compact chassis for just $749.
Can projectors get any cheaper? I’ll answer that question today when I check out BenQ’s HT1070A 3D DLP Projector. It’s an update to the HT1070 which I reviewed earlier this year. The new model has 2200 lumens versus its predecessor’s 2000 and costs $50 less. It retains the convenience of a small, portable chassis with a quiet fan and great image quality. 3D? Yeah, it’s got that too.
The line between portable and dedicated home theater displays blurs when considering BenQ’s HT3050 3D DLP Projector. It’s small and light, and only costs $899, yet it provides super-accurate output, artifact-free 3D, and optics superior to many more expensive models. I’ll be running it through my benchmarks and viewing tests today.
Today, I’ll be testing my first Ultra HD DLP Projector, BenQ’s HT9050. Part of the CinematicColor series, it offers a 20,000-hour LED light engine with DCI-P3 color and lens shift in a premium-built chassis. Thanks to its generous output, it can easily anchor a medium to large theater providing high-end quality for your Ultra HD Blu-ray movie...
Part of the BenQ Home Theater line, the BenQ HT1070 3D DLP Projector sports a single-chip light engine with 3D, optional wireless HDMI, built-in audio, and a compact form factor. Don’t let its small size fool you. The HT1070 packs some seriously high accuracy, sharp optics, amazing picture quality into its diminutive chassis...