BenQ Announces TK850 4K Projector Perfect for Sports and Home Entertainment
BenQ has announced its TK850 4K UHD DLP projector that is ideal for living areas and the upcoming sports seasons.
Aimed at sporting enthusiasts, the 3000 lumens of high brightness and >98% coverage of Rec. 709 colour gamut, BenQ says the TK850 offers strikingly vivid colours even in brightly-lit living rooms.
Where movie buffs and videophiles are chasing the blackest of blacks and have embraced the award-winning W2700 projector, the TK850 was designed from the ground up to “take full advantage of 4K HDR broadcasts of live sporting events to deliver breathtaking realism on a grand scale.”
Interested in the difference between the TK850 and the W2700 (also known as the HT3550 in other markets)? Then check out this video below.
Matt Walker, Regional Sales Manager, BenQ Australia, told StereoNET:
The TK850 brings together all of our cutting-edge technologies and expertise to breathe real life into watching fast-paced sporting and competitive events,
With the F1 opening round, AFL season and Summer Games 2020 just around the corner, there's no better way to experience all the action without actually being there than on the big screen with 8.3 million distinct pixels with true 4K 3840x2160 UHD resolution.
BenQ says its “exclusive projector-optimised HDR-PRO technology with HDR10/HLG support utilises dynamic iris control and HDR brightness for enhanced tone mapping to produce spectacular brightness and contrast to reveal every detail of HDR-format Blu-ray and broadcasts. “
The TK850's dedicated Sports Mode is said to enhance video quality with realistic skin tones, offer naturally balanced blues and greens for gorgeous fields of grass, and warm woodgrains for indoor sports action.
It's versatile too with vertical lens shift, 1.3X zoom, and short-throw projection, allowing it to fit into almost any space.
The BenQ TK850 will be available in February 2020 and will sell for $2,999 RRP.
For more information, visit BenQ.
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