Last year we saw how Leica, a well-known firm in the photography sector, entered the manufacture of short-throw projectors for the first time. That time he did it with the JMGO O1 Pro, a model that also had an integrated Smart TV. Now, the company wants to continue down this path and has evolved to present his first ‘laser television’: the Leica Cine 1.
The presentation took place at the IFA in Berlin, a technology fair in which products from many companies are being announced. This Leica model is another short throw projector with integrated TV, using RGB triple laser technology as a light source.
Leica continues to explore the field of projectors with its optics
Short throw laser projectors mean a breakthrough in the world of projectors, since in addition to the high resolution and large projection size they can achieve, they offer significantly lower consumption than a conventional LED television. Given their very nature, they are still far from offering the image quality of a premium-range television, although the fact that they can project images of up to 140 inches has made them the perfect tool to bring the cinema at home.
The projector that Leica has presented has 4K resolution and supports sizes between 80 and 100 inches. In addition, it incorporates Dolby Atmos sound, so it is a great addition to enjoy content compatible with this audio format.
As we have been saying, the Leica Cine 1 uses triple RGB laser technology for its projection, and being short throw, we can place it very close to the wall where we want the content to be projected.
The company has not offered more details about its specifications, so we will have to wait to find out the benefits of this new projector. What is clear is that the firm wants to expand the use of its optics outside of photography and nature and hunting environments.
Price and availability
According to the company, the Leica Cine 1 will arrive in Europe during the second half of 2023, so it remains to find out the potential of this new projector. The firm has not mentioned anything about the price either, so stay tuned for more information about it.
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