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The VAVA Chroma 4K UHD ALPD-enabled short-throw projector is now listed on Best Buy

The Chroma projector. (Source: VAVA)
The Chroma projector. (Source: VAVA)
The VAVA Chroma triple-laser projector became the most-funded product on Indiegogo in 2021. Now, it is available as a retail unit via its brand's own website. Alternatively, it will be available through Best Buy in some markets. The device is rated to throw an image of up to 150 inches for a "cinematic experience".

RAVPower's home-tech brand VAVA funded its most advanced and powerful projector, the Chroma, via Indiegogo. It was touted as packed with high-end features such as a triple laser system, ALPD 4.0 technology and in-built 60W Harman Kardon speakers. The OEM also notes that it needs to be placed no more than 7.2 inches away from a wall to light it up with a 100-inch image.

Those specs may have helped the VAVA Chroma to its final result on its initial platform, raking approximately US$7.8 million in total by the campaign's end (then again, its smart-home UI is still based on Android 9.0 at the time of writing) Now, the high-end projector has made it off Indiegogo and onto more conventional sales channels.

VAVA has now added the projector to its own web-store, although it is out of stock at the moment. However, it may also be available to buy on Best Buy soon. However, now that it is no longer a crowdfunding gadget, its price starts at US$3,499.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2022-05- 2 (Update: 2022-05- 2)