Xiaomi releases super huge 150-inch 4K Mijia Laser Projector TV priced 9,999 Yuan

Xiaomi has released a number of powerful laser projector TVs including an affordable one this month itself. However, today the company surprised us all with the announcement of the giant 4K Mijia Laser Projector TV. The new 4K Mijia Laser Projector TV supports 80-150 inch huge projections. Its actual price is 14,999 Yuan ($2,220 approx.) but the initial introductory price is 9,999 Yuan ($1500 approx). Pre-sales will open tomorrow.

In terms of design, it looks different from the previous version shaped flat like a rectangular slab. It’s service time is 25,000+ hours. In other words, it can be used for about 17 years in 4 hours per day.

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The 4K Mijia Laser Projector TV uses short-throw projection and adopts 0.233:1 wide depth of field. It can project 100-inch large images 24cm far from the wall surface. It also supports HDR10 and a contrast ratio of 3000:1. The 4K Mijia Laser Projector TV adopts new ALPD3.0 laser fluorescence display technology of Guangfeng Optoelectronics which complies to the International Telecommunications Union Rec.709 standard, in terms of emitting light.

Talking about audio, there are dual stereo speakers with Dolby Virtual Surround that ensure an immersive audio experience.

The operating system is the same as previous versions though, running MIUI TV that comes in Xiaomi’s TVs.


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  1. Pyronaut
    January 14, 2019

    Is this actual 4k, or just 1080 resolution with 4k “support”?

    • Pierre GizChina
      January 16, 2019

      Should be actual 4K.

  2. D_P_R
    January 19, 2019

    Does anybody know if this unit will support 3D?

    • XYscreen Wendy Chou
      August 24, 2019

      yes,it support active 3D and 4K

    • D_P_R
      August 31, 2019

      Thanks for the response!
      Does it do 3D at 4K resolution (or at least 4K / 2 for left-right or top-bottom) or just at HD resolution?