Save $850 on a Bomaker Polaris 4K Laser TV Projector

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You may be missing out on the theater experience because of the unpleasant situation we’ve been forced into in 2020. If you’re missing going to the movie theater, you can bring it into your home with a Bomaker Polaris 4K Laser TV Projector. Currently on IndieGoGo, you can save $850 if you purchase now.

This new 4K ultra-short throw laser TV uses full-color laser technology to deliver a stunning picture that leads to an immersive experience. The 2500 ANSI lumens, 2000:1 contrast ratio, BT.2020 wide color gamut, and HDR support bring your favorite entertainment to life.

The Bomaker Polaris 4K Laser TV Projector uses Tri-Color laser technology to blend red, green, and blue light from three individually-calibrated light sources. With 107 percent BT.2020, it delivers color accuracy with incredible contrast.

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The projector works by reflecting light off a flat surface indirectly instead of beaming the light directly to the viewer’s eye like a typical television. Not only do you get a stunning viewing experience, but it’s also less strain on your eyes.

The Polaris 4K projector senses the distance of objects and automatically reduces the brightness when it senses people are near. With the technology used, you’ll begin to wonder how you got by watching movies and your favorite television shows before you had a Polaris 4K.

As if you needed one more reason to buy the Polaris 4K, it runs at just 185W, the lowest power consumption among comparable products and 45 percent lower than conventional projectors.

Take $850 off when buying on IndieGoGo before December 20 and pay just $2049. The projector is expected to ship this month.

Bomaker Polaris 4K Laser TV Projector

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