BenQ has announced the launch of two new projectors, the TK860i and W2710i, which are set to debut in the European Union soon. The new BenQ TK860i is a 4K projector that boasts up to 3,300 lumens of brightness and covers 98% of the Rec.709 color space. It utilizes BenQ’s HDR-PRO technology to enhance contrast.
Meanwhile, the BenQ W2710i is also a 4K projector with HDR technology and additional support for HDR10+. It has a maximum brightness of 2,200 lumens and covers 95% DCI-P3 and 100% Rec.709 color gamuts.
Both projectors can display images up to 150 inches wide and support 24 fps. Active Iris and Dynamic Black tools further improve the contrast of both models. They come with Android TV built-in, enabling users to stream content via popular apps like Netflix and Prime Video.
You can also wirelessly cast content from your mobile device via Google Chromecast or control the projector through Google Assistant voice commands.
The projectors feature two built-in 5W treVolo speakers, and you can connect external speakers or other devices through ports like HDMI and USB. Additionally, the remote has hotkeys for services such as YouTube and Disney+.
The BenQ TK860i and W2710i projectors will be available for purchase in May in the EU, priced at €1,799 (around ₹1,63,499). It is not clear when the devices will be available in other markets.