Samsung has unveiled a new ultra-short throw 4K laser projector, The Premiere, which, according to the creators, is capable of producing cinematic-quality images. The novelty is part of the Samsung Lifestyle product family, which also includes The Serif, The Frame, The Sero and The Terrace devices.
The projector will be available in two versions, LSP9T and LSP7T, which provide 130 “and 120” 4K resolution respectively. According to the manufacturer, The Premiere LSP9T is the world’s first projector with HDR10 + certification and triple laser technology. It provides revolutionary contrast levels and peak brightness up to 2,800 ANSI lumens. The projector also supports a dedicated Filmmaker Mode that lets you watch movies exactly the way the director intended.
Due to its “ultra short throw” The Premiere can be positioned directly against the screen or wall on which the image will be displayed (that is, the user does not have to install or mount the projector on a table or ceiling against the opposite wall). The device has built-in acoustics with support for the Acoustic Beam surround sound system, so that it can be used as a stand-alone solution without the need to purchase an additional “home theater”. The Premiere projector supports the Samsung Smart TV platform and wirelessly connects smartphones to display content from their screens.
Sales of Samsung The Premiere projectors will start at the end of this year in the United States, Europe and Korea, retail prices have not yet been announced.
Source: The Verge, Samsung