Lenovo YOGA 7000 projector revealed with 8K decoder and sensorless autofocus
Lenovo has revealed the YOGA 7000 smart projector. The gadget has new OSRAM four-lamp LED light technology with 2,400 ANSI lm brightness. The device has an 8K decoder, and the EEP Intelligent Image Quality Engine 2.0 enhances the picture.
The YOGA 7000 contains a 0.47-in (~1.2 cm) DMD optical micromirror chip. The device has an optical zoom feature for HD-quality lossless projection of larger images, and a smart depth sensing tool can automatically adjust the picture. Other features include laser camera sensorless autofocus, obstacle avoidance and screen alignment.
Vifa cinema-quality sound is possible thanks to two 10 W full-range neodymium magnet speakers built into the device. The speakers use a proprietary DSP algorithm to maximise the sound quality.
The projector also has a Bluetooth audio mode, allowing you to play content through the device from a connected smartphone. Lenovo’s YOGA 7000 smart projector has a rounded design featuring aluminum panels and an automatic shutter.
The product will be officially launched at the Lenovo conference later this month and is set to be available in two colors, Sakura White and Storm Gray. Fans speculate that the device will go on sale later this month. However, it is currently unclear how much the device will cost and where it will be available.