BenQ HT2550

BenQ HT2550
82

Engadget Review

BenQ’s HT2550 is one of the first inexpensive projectors on the market to put a true 4K image on the screen. With a 4K source, the image is noticeably sharper than 1080p source material, though not every viewer might appreciate that. It offers HDR10 with accurate colors, provided you do some minor tweaking first. The biggest downside is light leaking around the edge of the image and occasionally excessive noise. Contrast and brightness aren’t as good as some of its rivals, but the HT2550 has sharper 4K than both of those models.

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BenQ's HT2550 is a well-priced 4K projector with some minor issues
Light leaking and excessive noise distract a bit from the excellent picture quality.
Steve Dent
Steve DentApril 12, 2018

Pros

  • Sharp 4K resolution that’s noticeably better than HD
  • Accurate colors with minor tweaking
  • Relatively low price
  • Compact size

Cons

  • Light bleeding around the image
  • Contrast and light levels are middling
  • Fairly noisy at times
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HT2550

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Key Specs

TYPE
Projector
NATIVE RESOLUTION
1920 x 1080

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