Hisense, a Chinese multinational electronics corporation, has introduced the company’s latest product, Hisense Vidda C1. Vidda C1 is the world’s first multi-color projector with 4K resolution.
The projector is capable of displaying visual media files with a luminous flux of up to 1350 ANSI lumens with a color gamut of up to 202% in the BT.709 color space. The values of color accuracy are relatively shocking: ΔE≈0.9. It also has a 10-bit color depth.
The projector supports up to 240Hz refresh rate, with MEMC technology, decodes HDR 10+ visual media, and can output it properly.
As for silicon under the hood, Hisense Vidda C1 is equipped with a MediaTek MT9669 SoC with 4 GB of RAM + 64 GB of storage. Combined with built-in CMOS and ToF sensors, the projector can collect data from your surroundings and then use artificial intelligence to automatically calibrate the output for the best media playback. For example, a screen projector can automatically calibrate focus, tilt alignment, screen size, and even orientation depending on the environment.
Hisense marketing materials state that the recommended projection size of the Vidda C1 is 80-150 inches. Therefore, in addition to watching movies on the big screen, the projector can also be a great companion for gaming. With a nominal delay of just 12 ms and support for refresh rates of up to 240 Hz, games on the 150-inch screen have never been so portable.
And finally, the speakers. Hisense Vidda C1 is equipped with 10W stereo speakers. Audio-wise, the projector supports Dolby Atmos and DTS Hi-Res sound for those who prefer a richer and more exciting sound.
Hisense Vidda C1 screen projector will officially go on sale on June 15 and will be available for only $1,051 when pre-ordered.
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