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Why You Should Get Your Laser TV?

Why should you get a laser TV over an OLED TV?

According to the most recent data, the average time spent watching television across all European countries came to a total of 219 minutes per day, which includes watching live programs, watching DVDs and streaming programs on TVs, computers and portable devices.

And the same, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' American Time Use Survey (data gathered between May and December of 2020), as more Americans began working from home, average travel times decreased across all demographics, while the average time individuals spent alone increased. Except sleep, Americans spent most of their time watching television, averaging about 3.1 hours per day – just slightly more time than they spent working.

The proportion of TV watching in our lives is quietly increasing, but does watching TV for a long time make your eyes tired? Is the effect of the TV far from the immersion and shock of the cinema? How to get a better viewing experience at home, this is the problem we are going to solve today.

With laser projection technology, you can bid goodbye to these problems. If you don’t own a laser TV today, you’re missing out big time!


What is a Laser TV and how does it work?

TV technology has gone through three technical iterations of black and white TV, color TV and digital TV represented by LCD TV, PDP, OLED, etc. Laser TV is a fourth-generation TV display technology that combines DLP digital cinema projection technology, which uses the laser light source, and TV technology.


Advantages of Laser TV

Laser TVs have brought many positive changes to TV viewing, so it's hard to deny the quality of life and family happiness that owning a laser TV can bring.

  • Impressive immersion

Laser TVs are all large-size screens. By placing the deivice on the TV stand, you can easily project 100’’ and larger pictures. Such large-screen viewing not only allows you to have a wider field of vision, but also restores reality. At the same time, it supports 1080P or 4K display resolution. At this resolution, you can see every detail and close-up in the picture. Coupled with a built-in sound system, Laser TV allows you to have an immersive experience with your own home theater.

  • Perfect color reproduction

As a kind of artificial light, laser has the characteristics of high brightness, strong color singleness, and extremely small divergence that natural light cannot match. It is especially suitable for use as a projection light source. Especially in terms of color performance, controlling the wavelength of the laser can precisely control the color, which is much more intuitive than passive color matching.
Most of the common projectors on the market use color wheels, phosphors and other components to adjust the color. At present, the full-color laser TV launched by Formovie adopts tri-color laser, without the participation of color matching components, and can realize color display only through the red, green and blue tri-color laser light source, and the color gamut coverage can reach the effect of close to 100% BT 2020 color gamut.

  • Healthy eye care

The laser TV picture is reflected by the screen and enters the human eye for imaging, which is consistent with the principle of viewing ordinary objects with the human eye. According to the evaluation of ophthalmologists, laser TV products are display products that are harmless to the naked eye. The screen has no electromagnetic radiation, eye-care, healthy and comfortable, and the reading comfort is 20% higher than that of paper.
Usually, the laser TV is also equipped with IR sensor. When the human body is close to the laser beam, it can automatically reduce the brightness to further avoid the damage of the strong light to the human eye.

  • Energy saving

Compared with LCD TVs of the same size, laser TVs have lower power consumption. For example, the power consumption of a 100-inch laser TV is less than 300 watts, which is 1/2-1/3 of the same size LCD TV.
The life of the light source at room temperature can generally reach more than 25,000 hours, which is greatly improved compared to the 3,000 hours of the bulb life of traditional projectors, which fully meets the needs of TV use.


A laser TV, a home theater

With a laser TV, you can have a cinema-like immersive large-screen experience, a picture with high color reproduction, and a partner who keeps chasing dramas without making you visually tired.

In recent years, more and more people have become supporters of laser TVs. What you may not have noticed is that everyone is enjoying the laser theater at home It's time to have their own laser TV!

Why the Formovie THEATER is the Ultimate Choice

The Formovie THEATER is the first UST projector to have both Dolby Vision and Dolby ATMOS, which puts it a level above the rest. It has a 4K UHD native resolution that allows it to display the finest n-screen details, and it reaches peak brightness at 1800 ISO lumens for a clear display in well-lit spaces.

It utilizes ALPD 4.0, a technology developed in 2018, as a light source to achieve the powerful brightness of an LED or lamp projector, while also achieving the vivid color display and contrast of DLP laser projectors. Formovie THEATER can display 98% of the Rec.2020 color gamut which is more than 1 billion colors of the visible spectrum.

It features an entire host of connectivity options allowing you to connect your entertainment devices and consoles, plus it runs on Android TV 11.0 to make it more convenient to access all your favorite shows and movies.

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