What is Ultra short throw projector?
- The Ultra short throw projector has gained a foothold in the market for years with its remarkable performance.
- The quality of its projections is increasing, and it is evident that it facilitates installation work a lot, without requiring minimum distances or complicated installations.
- Now, Samsung introduces a new ultra-short-throw projector that will also be the first to support HDR10 +.
- It is not a revolutionary milestone far from it, but the HDR10 + is one more step in the search for the perfect color.
Developing and Improvements
- It is developing by Samsung and Amazon (it is freely accessible to anyone who wants to implement it).
- The HDR10 + promises a significant improvement in color processing in real-time.
- With the 4K resolution that this new projector can develop, it will allow you to enjoy the cinema (or of the images that we project with Best free project management software) with an excellent viewing quality.
- To those mentioned above, we must add that Samsung will present two different models, one with the capacity to develop up to 120 inches.
- Another thing that will raise the figure to 130 inches is with a power of up to 2,200 and 2,800 lumens, respectively.
- And all this without forgetting the Filmmaker Mode (a technology promoted by leading film directors.
- It deactivates non-essential functions to make images look similar to how they shoot).
- With the extensive connectivity that they will include, as is logical, there will be no lack of connections, HDMI, sound, or USB, to reproduce what you want from the digital link.
- The 120-inch (LSP7T) and the 130 (LSP9T) will be available from January 2021.
- Prices are around € 4,500 in the case of the first and just over € 7,500 in the first.
- The computer has two screen sizes, and the projector locates a few inches from the wall.
- This one comes equipped with live TV features, popular streaming apps, and a remote with the Google Assistant.
- One of the main concerns of projector manufacturers is that some homes are too brightly lit.
- And also, it does not always lead to excellent image quality.
- That’s why Epson insists that the LS500 will produce a high-contrast quality image no matter where you are in the home.
- However, this will primarily be due to the projector screen.
Working and Designing
- The company ensures that its screens work “in virtually any viewing environment.”
- The displays come in sizes of 100 and 120 inches, and Epson says they both display content with almost zero reflections.
- They also offer a high contrast ratio designed to intensify deep blacks.
- The projector supports most 4K HDR content at 60Hz and 12-bit analog-to-digital video processing.
- Projecting content at 4,000 lumens, Epson says the LS500 is designing with all-day viewing in mind.
- The Epiq-Vision Ultra LS500 is now available in black and white shades.
- The projector with a 100-inch screen will retail for $ 5,000, while the 120-inch version will cost $ 6,000.
- That is part of the goal of the new Epson Epiq-Vision Ultra entertainment line that the company launched this Wednesday.
- Along with its LS500 4K PRO-UHD laser matrix projector, it is a short-throw model with Android TV technology.