Samsung’s The Premier 4K Short-Throw Laser Projectors Launched

Posted on 16th November, 2020

Samsung’s The Premier 4K Short-Throw Laser Projectors Launched

Samsung has launched a pair of short-throw 4K laser projectors that join the company's lifestyle display range.

Samsung's 'The Premiere' projectors come in two flavours, the LSP9T and LSP7T which throw images of up to 130 and 120 inches respectively.

Sporting a “minimalistic and compact design” The Premier promises to save space in the home as well as blending in seamlessly to any living area.

Furthermore, The Premiere LSP9T is the world's first HDR10+ certified projector. Samsung says that thanks to its triple laser tech, it delivers revolutionary contrast details and boasts a peak brightness of up to 2,800 ANSI lumens. Additionally, LSP9T has bragging rights to 40 watts of 4.2ch audio built-in and, paired with unique Acoustic Beam technology, is said to deliver “cinema-quality sound”.

As well as Filmmaker Mode, which is said to be a first-of-its-kind setting on a projector that enables to watch movies as the creator intended, there's a whole raft of smart features as found on Samsung's 2020 QLED TV line-up, too. These include built-in voice control features such as Samsung Bixby and Amazon Alexa, screen mirroring from your phone at the touch of a button, and all of the streaming services pre-installed including Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, YouTube, and many more.

The Premiere is on sale in Harrods and on The LSP7T is priced at £3,999 RRP, and £6,999 RRP gets you the LSP9T. Also, there's £700 cashback for those purchasing The Premiere before 19th January 2021, depending on T&C's.

For more information, see Samsung


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