Xiaomi, one of the high-tech companies in China, as the industry’s best cost-effective products which released, every new product release will cause a reign of terror. The most typical example is Xiaomi released a robot vacuum, quickly replaced the existing Chinese robot vacuum brand, to become the first sales brand; Just launched the No. 9 self balancing scooter less than half a year, sales have exceeded one million. This time, Xiaomi brings the latest laser TV Mijia Laser TV, will detonate the market size of the next billion.
TV has been occupied of every family living room since the birth. But more higher requirements on TV now, ordinary TV has been very difficult to meet the users of large screen, high definition, rich colors and space saving many needs. The advent of laser TV then began to change this pattern. As the world’s leading technology brand projector, Optoma first launched the LC1 and LCT100 ultra short throw laser theater projector, has been liked since embraced by the majority of users. Last month, as an upgraded version, LC2 and LCT110 launched and will be beyond the classic. They inherit the previous generation of many advantages and also improvement in detail, will become a new generation of leaders of laser TV!
July 11, 2016 — “The world is looking at me.” On the eve of the UEFA Euro 2016 Final, an event that has attracted much attention worldwide, its sponsor Hisense, China’s largest TV manufacturer in terms of sales volume, fulfilled its promise to debut the world’s first 4K wide-angle laser cinema television in Paris, garnering a huge amount of attention.
LED backlight LCD televisions now dominate the market, with their larger, decidedly more expensive screens. 100-inch 4K LCD televisions are typically priced at US$90,000 per unit. The laser television launched by Hisense, achieving what the world hasn’t achieved with 217 patented technologies, outstanding optical engines, high-resolution lens and high-precision manufacturing processes, delivers lightness and color saturation achieving or surpassing those of LCD TVs. More shockingly, the Hisense television is priced at just over US$10,000 per unit, 1/10 the sales price of LCD TVs with same size screens. The 4K LCOS laser projector rolled out earlier by Japan-based Sony are priced at US$50,000 per unit.