Dangbei has announced the release of the Mars, an ultra-bright laser projector. The new projector builds upon the company’s Emotn N1 model with several feature enhancements aimed at improving the home viewing experience. The Mars uses advanced laser phosphor display (ALPD) technology, with the ability to output 2,100 ISO lumens of brightness. The projector’s laser light source has a lifespan of up to 30,000 hours.
Projection size with the Mars can reach up to 180 inches, and the projector supports HDR10 and HLG. It also comes with AI brightness adjustment capabilities, and a built-in dual speaker system supporting Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus.
The Mars is pre-loaded with officially-licensed apps like Netflix, YouTube, and Prime Video and uses Linux OS. In terms of image setup, the Mars uses ToF and CMOS sensors to provide auto focus, six-way auto keystone correction, intelligent screen fit, and obstacle avoidance features.
The projector offers versatile connectivity options, both wired and wireless, and a noise level of less than 24dB. The Mars is available in select European countries for €1099.99 ($1,207).