BenQ has unveiled the TK810, the company’s first 4K UHD wireless smart projector designed for brightly lit environments. The new beamer – which appears to use the same stylish chassis as the HT3550 and TK850 – is rated at 3,200 lumens, can achieve 92% of Rec.709 color space, and includes several built-in smart features.

The TK810 also takes advantage of 4K HDR streaming content via the Aptoide TV app for accessing Netflix, YouTube, Twitch and video gaming services. Movies and TV shows can be streamed via Wi-Fi on iOS, Android, Mac, and Chrome browsers. Smart accessibility features include BenQ’s Smart Control app and voice assistant for navigation and control of the projector from a mobile device, or by speaking directly to the assistant. The new projector sports a 4K RGBW color wheel along with CinemaMaster Video+ frame interpolation. Onboard HDR tech and the BenQ LumiExpert ambient light auto-compensation round out some of the key image features of the PJ, and there is built-in audio and Bluetooth 4.0 for external wireless speakers.

“TK810 creates an incomparable cinematic experience right in the comfort of your own home,” said Steve Yang, director of BenQ Corporation. “With key features such as Aptoide TV streaming services, high brightness, and smart technology, this projector is the easy entertainment-ready choice for bringing the big-screen experience into your living room.”

The BenQ TK810 projector retails at $1,549 and is available to purchase from Amazon (no link we’ve found yet), BestBuy, B&H, ProjectorPeople and Newegg. For additional information about TK810, go here.

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