How to choose a projector brand-take Dangbei as an example?

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(Spin Digit Editorial):- San Francisco, California Sep 19, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – When it comes to projector brands, Epson, BenQ, Panasonic, and other classic projectors come to mind first. In the face of so many projector brands, consumers are confused. So how to choose a decent projector brand? Is the classic the better? For projector brands, we may determine the goodness of a projector brand from various aspects such as products, technology, awards, various authoritative certifications, and the company’s development philosophy. Let’s take Dangbei, a newly released projector brand to the global market, as an example.

Dangbei is known to the public for its product Dangbei Mars Pro 4K laser projector.

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Dangbei Mars Pro is the first projector that was released to the global market by Dangbei. It adopts a 4K resolution, restoring the maximum amount of color and detail to the native picture. In terms of brightness, it uses an ALPD laser as the light source, features 3200 ANSI lumens, and is powered by DLP display technology, which can mostly reduce ambient light. For image enhancement, HDR10+ and HLG are both equipped to enhance picture quality. Last but not least, it adopts a large memory of 4G RAM and 128G ROM, ensuring a smooth operation.

In addition, the built-in system is self-developed by Dangbei. The clean UI design facilitates the operation and control of the projector.

And Dangbei Mars Pro is certified by TÜV Rheinland as low blue light, which effectively reduces the harmful effects of short-wave blue light. Even if you watch it for a long time, you will not feel eye fatigue.

Dangbei got Certificates from authorative organisations.

Dangbei was awarded the 2020 Jingdong Digital Fastest Growing Brand, and many of its products have won international awards such as Germany iF Design Award, IAI Design Award, and Italy A’ Award. In addition, Dangbei also reached a bunch of cooperations with many well-known enterprises such as LG, Sony, Optoma, Tencent, etc.

And Dangbei Mars Pro is certified by TÜV Rheinland as low blue light, which effectively reduces the harmful effects of short-wave blue light. Even if you watch it for a long time, you will not feel eye fatigue.

Recently, Dangbei X3 Pro won the Smart Life Innovation Product Award of the China Video Industry Association. As the most authoritative and influential national-level industry organization in the field of consumer electronics in China, the China Video Industry Association fully safeguards the interests of the industry and the legitimate rights and interests of its members. Certified by CVIA, Dangbei is officially guaranteed whether in product quality and technology innovation.

Dangbei is focusing on innovating the smart living life and entertainment.

Looking back at the history of Dangbei, Dangbei has been focusing on the field of smart big screens and is a home Internet platform that integrates the whole ecology of software, hardware, and system. Dangbei realized its complete ecological chain of large-screen software and hardware integration. In China, Dangbei holds a very good reputation and rating.

Dangbei Mars Pro enjoys good customer reviews.

From many reviews and comments of the users of the Dangbei Mars Pro, the image performance is impressive. The Dangbei Mars Pro updates the impression of projectors. The intelligence of the Dangbei Mars Pro really facilitates the use of the projector. Also, they enjoy good after-sale service.

To sum up, Dangbei has favorable product development and customer service capabilities and is well positioned to provide customers with excellent after-sales service. And Dangbei Mars Pro is a projector worth buying.

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