BenQ is one of the few companies that has been expanding its 4K projection lineup consistently over the last couple of years. The latest in the line is TK800 that goes for the home crowd.
The TK800 isn’t what we would call a stunningly good looking projector but this time around, BenQ has adopted a dual-colour design with glossy blue hue gracing the front while the rest in white. The projector is compact with buttons placed at the top, vents on the sides and connectivity options at the back.
BenQ has worked on improving the projection quality and is evident on the TK800. It can project images in 4K UHD (3840×2160) resolution with HDR that helps enhance brightness and contrast range. Moreover, the projector’s colour wheel achieves 92 per cent of Rec. 709 colour gamut. There are different picture modes, including sports and a football mode. While sports mode enhances the audio and prioritises realistic skin shades along with wood tones, vivid reds, balanced greens and blues for indoor sports; football mode favours skin tones while improving lush green grass details.
The lamp brightness is rated at 3,000 lumens with a projection life of up to 15,000 hours.
All in all, the TK800 is a strong addition to BenQ’s 4K projection range with its compact design and HDR support.
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