The BenQ CinePrime HT5550 4K UHD HDR projector will be available starting on April 16th with an MSRP of US$2499.
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The monitors come in a number of sizes starting off with the larger, curved 35" Ultra-Wide QHD EX3501R model.
The HT2550 is now available for $1499USD — well under the previously indicated sub-$2000 price point — at Amazon and BenQ Direct.
Aside from under-the-hood power, a smooth gameplay experience without lag or screen tearing is a must have for gamers.
With HDR10 support, the projector's CinematicColor technology and RGBRGB color wheel produce over 96% coverage of the Rec. 709 color gamut specification.