BenQ just announced the upcoming release of a new collection of home projectors to be released in 2023. This is on top of the 4 projectors announced at CES. In total BenQ will be releasing 6 new home projectors. (Though there is a rumor of an even more impressive new BenQ ultra short throw projector.)

Get ready for true 4K projectors with CinematicColorTM like you’ve never seen before. These moderately priced smart home projectors will perform beautifully and are perfect for any low budget entertainment set up.

Here's what we know so far about these new 2023 BenQ projectors:

BenQ V5000i

The newest announced ultra short throw projector is the BenQ V5000i. This triple laser 4K UST offers a bright 2,500 lumens that is perfect for daylight projection, especially when you pair it with the bundled 100 inch ambient light rejecting UST screen. Offering 4K@120Hz and a low input lag will make this a true ultra short throw gaming projector. This new BenQ UST covers 95% of the difficult BT.2020 color space and 98% of the DCI-P3 gamut. The built in 40W treVolo speakers offer a solid integrated sound system.

    Expected Launch: July

    Expected Price: $3,499

    BenQ HT4550i

    The BenQ HT4550i was a new projector announced at the 2023 CESWith 3200 lumens of brightness, the BenQ HT4550i is capable of producing a vibrant image in a variety of environments. The 1.15 ~ 1.50 throw ratio helps expand the versatility.

    This 4K LED projectors works great as a home theater projector or a gaming projector. It will cover 100% DCI-P3 & 100% Rec.709 with CinematicColor out-of-box accurate colors. We're definitely intrigued by the 4LED light source and how it will perform.

      Expected Launch: Late May

      Expected Price: $2,999

      BenQ TK860i

      With 3,300 Lumens of brightness the BenQ TK860i 4K smart home theater projector is designed with bright rooms in mind. This new BenQ projector features pretty good treVolo 5Wx2 built in speakers. The 1.3x zoom capability, and 10% vertical lens shift helps expand the versatility of the projector. The TK860i offers 98% of the Rec. 709 color gamut, so not quite as vibrant as the other announced projectors, but still colorful enough for a basic home theater setup.

      Expected Launch: Late May

      Expected Price: $1,799

      BenQ HT3560

      If you're looking for a quality lower end 4K projector, you should check out the BenQ HT3560. This bulb based, 2,200 ANSI lumen projector is designed for dark home theater rooms. It's capable of covering 100% of the Rec. 709 color gamut and 95% of the DCI-P3. This will help the BenQ HT3560 perform adequately in home cinema settings. 

      Expected Launch: Late May

      Expected Price: $1,699