Sign up and Enjoy 31% OFF for Bomaker Polaris 4K UST Laser TV

Sign up and Enjoy 31% OFF for Bomaker Polaris 4K UST Laser TV

Bomaker, a leading manufacturer of projection and audio products, will unveil a brand new 4K ultra short throw laser TV-Polaris 4K on Kickstarter soon.

Bomaker Polaris 4K Laser TV is an ultra-short throw laser projector adopting the tricolor laser technology which delivers stunning imagery and an immersive viewing experience highlighted by 2500 ANSI lumens of brightness, 107% BT.2020 wide color gamut, and HDR 10 support.

Adopted the latest tri-color laser light source technology, Polaris can emit at the same time red, green, and blue light. A wider range of colors can be obtained by mixing different proportions of red, green and blue light, which can fully cover the BT. 2020 and express a much more vivid picture with virtually no color loss compared to conventional projectors (DLP, Laser and Dual Laser).

With an incredible 8.3 million pixels (3840 x 2160), and equipped with a high-end Ricoh lens, the Polaris 4K laser TV delivers a crisper picture, more realistic colors, and greater details using four times more pixels than standard HD. You’ll wonder how you watched movies before the Polaris.

It is worth mentioning that Polaris 4K laser TV has the ability to sense the distance of the object, and automatically reduce the luminance within 0.4-1 meter and provide a more comfortable watching experience.

Featuring MEMC motion compensation technology:

Polaris 4K makes it possible to artificially create additional frames for movies and videos. This means that a movie that comes at 30fps can be viewed at 60 or even 120fps. No matter how fast-moving the picture is, it makes the viewing experience more seamless, smoother, and more attractive.

Should you be interested, the Polaris 4K Laser TV will launch soon on Kickstarter with only $2299. Sign up now to enjoy the super early bird discount at $1999 (31% off the $2899 MSRP) for the first 50 backers only.

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