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Samsung’s new laser projector puts a massive 4K picture on your wall


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Samsung’s new laser projector puts a massive 4K picture on your wall

By Stan Schroeder2020-09-02 13:49:12 UTC Have a big, blank wall to fill, but don’t like TVs?  Samsung announced its new ultra short throw laser projector, The Premiere, on Wednesday. It provides a super crisp 4K picture while taking an absolute minimum of space.  That’s because ultra short throw projectors can be placed right next to…

Samsung’s new laser projector puts a massive 4K picture on your wall

By Stan Schroeder

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Have a big, blank wall to fill, but don’t like TVs? 

Samsung announced its new ultra short throw laser projector, The Premiere, on Wednesday. It provides a super crisp 4K picture while taking an absolute minimum of space. 

That’s because ultra short throw projectors can be placed right next to a wall, so you don’t have to worry about someone getting in between you and your favorite movie. 

Samsung's new laser projector puts a massive 4K picture on your wall

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The Premiere comes in two flavors; the 130-inch LSP9T and the 120-inch LSP7T, and has a peak brightness of up to 2,800 ANSI lumens. It supports HDR10+ tech, Samsung’s Smart TV platform, and comes with built-in subwoofers and Acoustic Beam surround sound.

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Samsung's new laser projector puts a massive 4K picture on your wall

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The Premiere is part of Samsung’s Lifestyle product portfolio, where the Frame, Sero, Terrace, and Serif reside. 

Those products are typically pricy, and given The Premiere’s specs, it likely won’t be very affordable either. But Samsung didn’t share details about price or availability at this time. The only thing we know is that it will roll out in the U.S., Europe, Korea, and other regions “later this year.”

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