Lenovo on Wednesday launched a new 100s projector and listed it online for reservations in China. Interestingly, this new Lenovo projector has a new chipset from HiSilicon, Huawei’s chip-designing unit.
According to the information, the HiSilicon chip is used as the main worker in the Lenovo 100s projector. The chip supports 4K decoding and helps the device to project 1080P image quality. This Lenovo device also supports HDR10.
The projector uses a customized fourth-generation sealed light engine, LED solid-state brightening light source, supports, and 270 CVIA lumens. It has a lifespan of up to 30,000 hours and can be viewed for 8 hours a day (about 10 years).
It uses a new optical lens multi-layer coating technology to effectively reduce light attention and increase brightness by 30%. This is claimed to be 100% more than other competitors. The glass lens has ultra-high heat resistance, strong thermal conductivity, and long life, and the screen is not prone to yellowing.
This Lenovo projector supports features such as autofocus and fully automatic keystone correction. The image can be automatically calibrated without the need for frequent manual adjustments.
The price of this Lenovo 100S project is not announced online at the moment but it’s expected that the price tag won’t exceed than the Lenovo 100 model. Therefore, it should be somewhere around 1,199 yuan (around 160 USD).