Laser TV is not just a fancy name for an ultra-short-throw projector that requires a special screen. It is the epitome of projection technology and the savior to all haters of a black piece of panel.
But just how epic is the projection technology today? We are not entirely sure, but you could refer to the JMGO U2 Series 4K Tri-Color Laser TV Projector for what it has to offer.
The U2 is the latest ultra-short-throw laser projector from the projector specialist and it sure has a lot to shout about. For starters, it boasts 4K UHD resolution and up to 3,600 ANSI lumens and as the product name implies, it uses a tri-color laser thus enabling it to achieve 114% BT. 2020 color gamut for incredibly crisp and colorful image reproduction.
Like the JMGO O2, the U2, too, benefits from surround sound co-created with Dynaudio, featuring 2 x 15 W and 2 x 10 W electromagnetic speakers and a 2,400cc large sound cavity mode for an immersive audio experience.
Other notables include 9.4-inc ultra-short-throw projection, MEMC and 3D images, 360o surround sound, support for Dolby Surround Audio and DTS-HD, low noise (less than 28 dB) and cool operation, and 100-inch ALR (Ambient Light Rejection) screen.
If you are enamored by what the JMGO U2 Series 4K Tri-Color Laser TV Projector has to offer, you may want to consider pre-ordering it on Indiegogo. Prices start at US$2,099 for just the projector and US$2,628 for the projector with the ALR screen. Not cheap, but so are OLED TVs, innit?