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Boxlight Neptune N8 (宝视来海王星) 4K liquid-cooled dual-laser UST

Boxlight Neptune N8 (宝视来海王星) 4K liquid-cooled dual-laser UST

Finally, one for the geeks.
Apparently based on APPO dual-laser engine, but liquid-cooled to address the fan noise issue plaguing current offerings.
Brightness is rated at 360nits, should be around 3000 lumens if measurement based on 100" screen.
No mention if the pico chip is used.


http://www.boxlightchina.com/products/show-2760.html
http://www.boxlightchina.com/upload/...1753423583.pdf
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Boxlight Neptune N8 (宝视来海王星) 4K liquid-cooled dual-laser UST

Finally, one for the geeks.
Apparently based on APPO dual-laser engine, but liquid-cooled to address the fan noise issue plaguing current offerings.
Brightness is rated at 360nits, should be around 3000 lumens if measurement based on 100" screen.
No mention if the pico chip is used.


http://www.boxlightchina.com/products/show-2760.html
http://www.boxlightchina.com/upload/...1753423583.pdf

Expensive at almost 9K US!, but Liquid cooled is promising.
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[almost 9K US!
DOA. If I would be ok to drop that much on a projector I would certainly have dedicated room for it and if that's the case there are plenty of other options for front projection

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Expensive at almost 9K US!, but Liquid cooled is promising.
Thought you would appreciate a beauty such as the Neptune.
A single laser version N7 will be released shortly for, shall we say, those, with a little less discriminating taste.
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Thought you would appreciate a beauty such as the Neptune.
A single laser version N7 will be released shortly for, shall we say, those, with a little less discriminating taste.
What do you consider shortly?
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