A new Full HD projector has been revealed.
BenQ has announced its latest CineHome Series projector. The new Full HD HT2050A serves as a successor to the award-winning HT2050.
"Just because a space is small doesn't mean viewers should lose any part of the cinematic experience," said Jeffrey Hsieh, business manager at BenQ America Corp. "The BenQ CineHome HT2050A was engineered to provide a big-screen experience in small to medium media spaces for movie enthusiasts. From a captivating picture to immersive audio, video game modes, and installation flexibility, the HT2050A is a great choice for any home theater or entertainment room."
The HT2050A offers support for full HD 1080p resolution. In addition, the device uses a 6X speed RGBRGB color wheel to achieve >96% Rec. 709 color gamut coverage. Likewise, the unit features BenQ's CinematicColor technology to deliver more refined color reproduction. A 10W CinemaMaster Audio+ 2 speaker is integrated as well, along with two digital HDMI ports (HDMIx1, HDMI/MHLx1) for connecting external devices like a Google Chromecast, Roku or Amazon FireTV. In addition, the HDMI/MHL port also allows users to stream full HD content from any MHL-enabled smartphone or tablet. 3D playback support is also offered and the projector offers a low 16.67ms input lag and a special Game Mod.
Here's a full rundown of key specs and features per BenQ:
- New 10W stereo speakers with BenQ CinemaMaster Audio+ 2
- Short-Throw Projection (email@example.com)
- Vertical lens shift with 1.3X big zoom for easy installation
- Advanced Game Mode and low input lag for ultra-smooth gaming
BenQ's HT2050A is available now for an MSRP of $749.