Viru TV has a new projection setup for tv-5
Posted On July 13, 2021
ViruTV has announced that it has created a new, compact projection screen for tv5, the TV that the company made popular with its TV5 set.
The new screen, which is made of an LCD panel, has a resolution of 1,280 x 1,440 pixels, which works in conjunction with the new 4K HDR technology used in tv5.
According to the company, it uses a “more advanced” design that is “capable of delivering 60 frames per second”.
The company’s VP of marketing, Samy Rajan, said: “The new Viru 4KTV4K HDR is capable of delivering an incredible 60 frames-per-second for high definition content.”
In addition to 4K resolution, the new display is capable the use of a 5K OLED display for HDR gaming.
It’s not clear when or if the new TV5 will hit the market, but the company has promised a full video preview of it on February 27.
We’re looking forward to seeing the new Virus 4K television in action, as it is an important step in the evolution of our products.
ViruTV is also looking to get more TV5s on the market.
Earlier this year, the company launched the TV5 Pro, which has a much wider screen with a resolution and frame rate of 2,560 x 1 and an integrated projector, and also has a projector.
The company said it plans to launch the TV4K and TV5 in the coming months, and the new screens will be priced at $699, $799, and $1,299, respectively.
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