HP BP5000 Projector – To reduce blurry noise during fast-moving scenes, the BP5000 is equipped with a MEMC feature.

In early 2017, GAC Technology Group partnered with HP Inc for a 10-year alliance to develop and market smart projectors. The newest product of this collaboration is the BP5000, a projector ultra-short-throw Laser TV 4K that won’t interfere with cooling fan noise.

HP BP5000 Projector

The HP BP5000 projector is based on DLP, which uses an ALPD 3.0 laser light source with over 25,000 hours of use. This TV projector is equipped with liquid cooling to keep it from getting hot during use. Its liquid drain also promises a very quiet operation.

Reporting from New Atlas (June 26), the resolution it has is 4K UHD and can display images of 120 inches from a distance of 33 cm. Because it holds an ultra-short-throw design, it is unlikely that the projector will be covered by family members watching.

There is support for HDR10 so that the contrasting colors it provides are more natural. At the same time, the color gamut it holds is DCI-P3 up to 90%. In order to reduce blurring during fast-moving scenes, the BP5000 is equipped with the MEMC feature.

The BP5000 offers autofocus and automatic keystone correction and a brightness of up to 2,000 lumens so that it is expected to deliver images that remain bright even when used in brightly lit rooms. An eye protection sensor disables the light source if it detects the user is approaching.

The device runs on the Android 8.0 operating system and is powered by a four-core MS6A848 processor. There is also a dedicated 4K color processing chip, supported by 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Users can even talk to the BP5000 thanks to the integration of Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant. The price of this TV projector is USD 2,799.

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