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85-120” Ultra Short Throw 4K Laser TV

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The Future of Television Is Now

Viewing large images projected on a wall in a well-lit area of your home viaa smart system that can be simply placed on acabinet may not seem possible today. However, this advanced technology is real and is transforming the home entertainment market. Laser ultra short throw projection technology is the future.

Comparisons with Conventional Large-screen TVs

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Conventional Large-screen TVs Optoma CinemaX P1
Placement On a television cabinet On a television cabinet
Installation Potential need to mount Or No need for installation No need to mount, a distance of only 0.48-1.21 feet from a wall is required
Required viewing space Large black screen(when not in use) Clean white wall(without ambient light rejection screen)
Resistance to light distortion Superior effects Superior effects with ambient light rejection screen
Image size range

Fixed image size
(mainstream 85”)

85” – 120”


Difficult to pass through doorways and to move.

Can be packed into a box and easily moved.


Inadequate acoustic resonance

40-watt built-in 2.0 soundbar


Expensive, 120” TV can cost USD 80,000

Only 1/20 the cost of 120” TV comparable to 75-85” TV


Not easy to move, can weigh up to Xlbs Can be used in only one space.

Can be moved, weighs only 11kg.lbs Can be used in multiple spaces.

Brightness and eye health

Light intensity directed toward the eyes

Comfortable, long-term viewing due to reflective light

Immersive Experience Superior
than Conventional TV

  • 4K UHD
    3840 x 2160

  • Laser light engine technology

  • Image size

  • PureMotion

  • HDR10

  • Blu-ray 3D

  • WiFi

  • Smart+

  • NuForce 2.0 surround sound SoundBar

  • Dolby Audio

Enjoy the Ultimate 120”
Audiovisual Experience
for the Price of an 85” TV

85-120” Ultra Short Throw 4K Laser TV
Optoma CinemaX P1 Market price $3299

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