The Chinese tech giant Lenovo has unveiled its first smart projector from the Yoga family in a sophisticated design. The Lenovo Yoga 7000 not only looks good, it also has a lot to offer. It comes with a brightness of up to 2,400 ANSI lumens and has an 8K decoder.
Lenovo Yoga 7000 shows off in detail
On the Chinese social network Weibo, the manufacturer has officially unveiled the Lenovo Yoga 7000 smart projector, as GizmoChina reports. It comes in a compact, either black or white aluminum case complete with gold details.
From a technical point of view, the projector, which Lenovo calls a “game changer in the high-end segment”, uses a 0.47-inch DMD micromirror chip. The Yoga 7000 transmits the image via four lamps that rely on due Osram LED light technology. They are supposed to achieve a maximum brightness of 2,400 ANSI lumens.
In addition, the Lenovo Yoga 7000 has a decoder for 8K content and an optical zoom function that is supposed to enable enlarging or reducing the image without quality loss. Thanks to the new version 2.0 of the EEP Intelligent Image Quality Engine, whose predecessors were already used in Lenovo’s earlier projectors, the image quality is supposed to be further improved.
These are joined by an intelligent depth sensor, laser autofocus, smart obstacle avoidance, smart screen orientation and many other features. The Yoga 7000 is also equipped with two standalone 10-watt full-range speakers complete with VIFA Sound, which also support an independent Bluetooth audio mode. The bezel is protected by an automatic shutter on demand, or when not in use.
Price and Availability
The Lenovo Yoga 7000 Smart Projector should be available in stores this month, at least in China. The manufacturer has not yet mentioned prices or whether the device will also make it to Germany or the European market.