VAVA’s flagship Chroma laser projector had a substantial discount during its “Sneaky Black Friday” event earlier in November 2022. Now, however, this deal may seem less sweet in light of the brand’s freshly-unveiled main event for the holiday sales season. It includes further reductions for the Chroma as well as its newer 4K sibling the Luma.
VAVA’s high-spec’d Chroma projector had been offered at a “Sneaky Black Friday” price of US2,499.99, or US1,000 off its normal retail price, in early November 2022. Now, it seems some customers may want to take the option of returning units bought during this (appropriately-named) event, as the brand has unveiled further discounts for its late-2022 holiday event prior.
It involves an extra US$200 off the Chroma, for a final price of US$2,299.99. Alternatively, the 4K ALPD 4.0-capable projector’s sub-flagship 4K Laser TV (or “Luma“) counterpart is now offered at a new lower cost of US$1,899.99, or US$900 off its regular price.
It has a similar ultra-short-throw build to the original crowdfunding darling complete with Harman Kardon-branded speakers, albeit with reduced max brightness, an OS based on an older version of Android.
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Deirdre O’Donnell, 2022-11-20 (Update: 2022-11-20)