Samsung launches Premiere LSP9T and LSP7T 4K ultra Short Throw laser projector

Samsung at its virtual press conference event “Life Unstoppable” has launched its new 4K Laser projectors, The Premiere – LSP9T and LSP7T.

The Samsung Premiere LSP9T and LSP7T are 130-inch and 120-inch models delivering laser powered 4K Resolution. The LSP9T is also world’s first HDR10+ certified projector and features in triple laser technology and peak brightness of 2800 ANSI lumens.

The Premier also supports Filmmaker Mode. These smart projectors come equipped with Samsung’s Smart TV platform and allows streaming video apps from major content partners. It also includes mobile connectivity features like Tap View and Mirroring.

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The Samsung Premier’s sports an all-in-one compact, space-saving design. It has ultra-short-throw allows it to be placed close to a wall. Ithas built-in woofers and Acoustic Beam surround sound for best cinema experience.

The Premiere range of Projectors will start rolling out globally later this year. It will first land in US, Europe, Korea and other regions.

Jongsuk Chu, Executive Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics said –

“Over the past few months, we have seen how consumers are spending more time at home and how the role of everyday life continues to change. TV has become the center of entertainment, a fitness partner, a co-worker and a source for news. The Premiere re-imagines the home cinema experience with an all-new, compact design, 4K picture quality and big sound for tight spaces that can be used for any at-home activity and living room arrangements.

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