Fengmi has recently announced the release of two new ultra-short-throw laser projectors, the R1c and R1c Nano, which are set to be launched on May 15th across all channels. The Fengmi R1c will be priced at 4999 yuan (around $725), while the R1c Nano will be priced at 2999 yuan (about $435).
Both projectors will incorporate ALPD laser display technology, and far-field voice support, and will be able to connect to Mijia loT. How about the specific parameters of these new projectors? Let’s take a look at it first and see how they are.
The Fengmi R1c ultra-short-throw laser projector will have a brightness of 850CVIA lumens, and a contrast ratio of 3000:1. On the other hand, the R1c Nano will have a brightness of 450CVIA, support an ultra-short throw ratio of 0.23:1, and have a contrast ratio of 2000:1.
These products support 1080P resolution, with 3+16GB storage and a built-in FengOS system. The R1 is equipped with an MT9669 chipset, which supports MEMC motion compensation technology.
While the Fengmi R1c Nano is equipped with an Amlogic T972 SoC, which supports non-sensing focusing and omnidirectional automatic keystone correction function. The new projectors, R1c and R1c Nano are expected to build upon the already existing features of the R1 and R1 Nano to provide users with further configuration upgrades.
The ALPD laser display technology of Fengmi boasts of strong light resistance, a wide color gamut, and no speckle. This technology is already widely used in major domestic theaters and high-end projection, including the Dangbei X series, such as the Dangbei Laser Projector X5, which has a brightness of 2450 CVIA lumens, achieving the brightness ceiling of home smart projection. At present, no other information about the new products has been officially released. ZNDS Smart TV Network will continue to provide updates as more details emerge.
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