BenQ HT4550i and HT2060 projectors announced with brightness up to 3,200 lumens

The BenQ HT4550i projector has up to 3,200 lumens of brightness.  (Image source: BenQ)
The BenQ HT4550i projector has up to 3,200 lumens of brightness. (Image source: BenQ)

Two new projectors from BenQ, the HT4550i and HT2060, were unveiled at CES. The HT4550i is a 4K device with up to 3200 lumens brightness, Android TV and HDR10 support. The HT2060 is a low-end model with 1080p resolution and 16ms input lag at 1080p at 60Hz.

BenQ announced the HT4550i and HT2060 projectors at CES 2023. The gadgets are touted as suitable for both gaming and watching movies. The HT4550i is a 4K UHD projector with HDR color accuracy, dynamically adapting to accommodate brighter and darker content and supporting HDR10 and HLG.

The device has a brightness of up to 3,200 lumens and covers 100% of DCI-P3. With built-in Android TV, you can stream content from various popular platforms. Plus, you can adjust the vertical and horizontal lens shifts to perfect the image for your setup. The slimmer gadget is available in black, with HDMI, Ethernet and USB ports.

The HT2060 is a 1080p projector with a 4LED light source, covering 98% of the Rec. Cinematic 709 color gamut. You can use the gadget to project images up to 100 inches (~254 cm) wide when the device is 8.2 feet (~2.5 m) from the wall. This projector also features vertical lens shift and up to 1.3X zoom. At [email protected], the gadget has a 16ms input lag.

You can control the projector via a set of built-in buttons or, presumably, via a remote control. Ports on the white-colored device include HDMI, USB-A, and SPDIF. Pricing and launch dates for these two products have yet to be announced. At the same event, BenQ also unveiled the GP500 projector.

The BenQ HT2060 projector.  (Image source: BenQ)
The BenQ HT2060 projector. (Image source: BenQ)

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