Dell 4K Laser Projector was announced sometime in June this year, and we think it’s the perfect alternative to the 100-inch smart TV you can’t afford.
While projectors are originally created for classrooms and conferences, Dell Advanced 4K Laser Projector may actually project its way into your homes someday for several reasons.
For starters, this is an ultra-short throw projector, which means it only needs to be approximately 4 inches away from the projector screen or wall. In other words, you or any of your housemates won’t cast a shadow on the screen when you stand up for more popcorn on movie night.
Also, Dell asserts the images it projects are well-lit that it can be viewed even at daytime.
Next, it supports 4K. Hence, any game, movie, and everything in between that has a 4k resolution will be projected as it is—pixels and all, only bigger. Plus the fact that the projector has ports for HDMI, USB-A (3.0), and Mini USB-B plus Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivities mean you can hook up almost all your media devices and project your content big time. It even has a 4-to-1 split screen support although the resolution will be reduced to FHD.
Also, Dell claims the bulb on this laser projector may last up to 10 years. Compared to the duration a smart TV stays at our house, Dell Advanced 4K Laser Projector may surely last longer.
Lastly, you won’t get a 100-inch 4K display at this price. The one from Hisense costs $10,000 while the others are even more pricey. This projector, on the other hand, costs only $6,000. Sure, it’s still expensive, but the fact that this is portable makes it more advantageous than getting a 100-inch 4K laser TV.
So the next time you think about upgrading your TV, make sure to include Dell Advanced 4K Laser Projector on your list.