BenQ’s TK800M 4K projector is on sale until June 27

BenQ 4K projector sale is underway

When I reviewed the BenQ TK800M last fall, I said it delivered “one of the best and brightest 4K HDR resolutions for its price.”

Now that price just got a little better — at least for a week. 

BenQ announced that the TK800M projector is on sale — $150 off its retail price of $1,299.  You can get the sale price for the TK800M at Amazon or at the BenQ site.

This projector is a 2019 model, and a follow-up to its popular sibling, the TK800. The TK800M is marketed as a 4K “sports projector” by BenQ and even has preset picture modes called “Football mode” and “Sports mode” for live sports. 

(Of course, if you’re hoping to live stream sporting events in the U.S., your only option is through fuboTV.) A number of streaming services are now including 4K HDR picture resolution, including Amazon Prime Video and Disney+. 

If you plan on streaming with the BenQ TK800M, you will need to add a Roku, or another streaming device to the projector’s HDMI port. 

The projector has 3,000 lumens, and delivers a super bright picture with 8.3 million pixels on a screen that can go from 60 inches to 200 inches.  

BenQ says that the sale of the TK800M only lasts until June 27. And last I checked, a limited number of units were available on Amazon. 

You can read my review of the BenQ TK800M for more details about its performance. Amazon buyers rate this projector 4.1 out of 5 stars.

5 facts about BenQ TK800M

  • 3000 lumens
  • Backlit remote
  • 8.3 million pixels
  • Compatible with Roku, Fire TV 4K devices
  • Supports HDR10/HLG

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