There is a latest method to watch content from the likes of Freeview, Sky and Netflix and it should make your house feel similar to the local cinema. The most recent device for telly addicts so as to add to their wishlist comes from Chinese firm Hisense with their latest mini projector in a position to beam blockbuster movies, TV shows and boxsets onto any wall you occur to have free.
Despite its compact design, it may even blast a picture as much as a whopping 130-inches in size plus the Laser Cinema Projector also guarantees to supply a pin-sharp viewing due to stunning 4K technology.
And don’t fret about people endlessly walking in front of it and casting their shadow in your partitions. That is because this latest device uses clever short-throw technology which suggests it may be tucked up near the sting of a room and still create the right picture.
Other nice features of the PX1- PRO Laser Cinema Projector include High Dynamic Range (HDR) which expands color and contrast so you possibly can enjoy a vibrant picture with improved depth and detail. There’s also Low Blue Light Technology which reduces emissions of harmful lights to guard viewers from eye fatigue when bingeing on countless movies and shows.
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On the back, there are standard HDMI ports so you possibly can plug in your Sky Q box and it’s fully connected to the net to make it easy to stream content while not having any extra gadgets or dongles. It’s even powered by Google’s Android TV platform which offers access to apps including Freeview Play, Netflix, Prime Video and Disney+.
It even ships with a clever handheld remote control which enables you to find content and launch apps via easy voice commands.
All of it sounds mightily impressive and will definitely end the necessity for a large black screen to be stuck to the wall. Nevertheless, all this latest technology does come at a price with Hisense selling the PX1- PRO Laser Cinema Projector within the US for around $4,000 (£3,300).
The UK launch has only just been announced so expect full pricing to be revealed soon.
Speaking in regards to the latest project Matthew Glynn from Hisense UK, said “We’re really excited to announce the newest addition to our Laser Projection offering. The PX1- PRO Laser Cinema Projector is something we’re extremely enthusiastic about here at Hisense and we are able to’t wait to share the newest incarnation with our customers.
“The Laser Cinema technology is something which has come on leaps and bounds over the previous couple of years and we imagine that, with our latest projector offering, we’ve produced an impressive product which rivals another similarly specified TV available on the market. We’re all about offering our customers quality product with great specifications, which proceed to enhance 12 months on 12 months.”