Casiris A6 4K ultra short throw projector with triple laser technology arrives on Indiegogo
Casiris has launched an Indiegogo InDemand campaign for its A6 4K UST projector. The gadget was previously available via a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign, which raised a total of US$317,543 for the project. The company claims its device produces the most authentic colors compared to similar competitor models, thanks to triple laser technology. The light source is expected to last up to 30,000 hours, and the projector covers 107% of the BT.2020 color gamut.
You can use the A6 ultra-short throw projector to throw images from 80 to 150-in (~203 to 381 cm) wide with up to 2,200 ANSI lumens brightness and support for HDR10. Two built-in 10 W speakers can provide a Dolby Atmos quality sound experience and are also compatible with DTS-HD. For gaming, the projector has a 35 ms lag time, though this is with a 60 Hz refresh rate at 4K resolution. The gadget runs on Android TV 10, allowing to stream content via apps such as Amazon Prime Video, Netflix and Disney Plus. Electric focus and eight-point keystone help you to quickly perfect the image, while MEMC technology can smooth moving images.
Connection to the A6 is possible via dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, or HDMI and USB ports. You can currently receive the Casiris A6 4K UST projector when you pledge US$2,299 to the Indiegogo InDemand campaign; the gadget is expected to ship in December. You can also buy a bundle, including the projector and a 100-in (~254 cm) display, for US$2,799, which the company suggests saves you 38% off the regular retail price.