BenQ America today announced the availability of the new 1080p CineHome HT2050A home entertainment projector — replacing its predecessor, the HT2050. The HT2050A features a 6x speed RGBRGB color wheel that achieves more than 96 percent Rec. 709 accuracy and includes CinematicColor technology.
The BenQ CineHome HT2050A is a 1080p 3D-capable projector comes equipped with two 10W CinemaMaster Audio+ speakers with 16.67ms input lag and a special Game Mode make the HT2050A. Including two digital HDMI connectivity ports (HDMIx1, HDMI/MHLx1) for a Google Chromecast, Roku or Amazon FireTV, the HT2050A makes an easy single-cable solution for video and audio streaming. And with the HDMI/MHL port, users can also stream full HD content from any MHL-enabled smartphone or tablet.
BenQ CineHome HT2050A users will appreciate all that has gone into eliminating the frustrations of projector placement, even in tight spaces. With shorter throw projection capabilities, the HT2050A can maximize big-screen thrills in a minimum space, requiring as little as eight feet to project stunning 100″ pictures. The projector features vertical lens shift, allowing images to be moved up and down without sacrificing image quality for easy tabletop setup or mounting installation, and horizontal and vertical keystone correction to eliminate trapezoid effects when projecting from a corner or a side table.
The BenQ CineHome HT2050A is available now at $749. All the details are here.