Optoma launches new 4K HDR smart projector with low-latency gaming mode

Optoma UHD55 4K Projector

According to the 2021 PMA Research: Worldwide Projector Census, Optoma is the number one 4K UHD projection brand worldwide. Now it is releasing its all-new UHD55 Smart True 4K UHD Projector to the home entertainment market.

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Optoma’s new smart 4K laser projector emits just 26dB of noise, has 30,000-hour lifespan, more

This week, Optoma has unleashed a new 4K laser projector. The company highlights “high brightness, brilliant color, rich blacks, and endless connectivity options” as some of its major selling points, but an up to 240Hz refresh rate when used in 1080p also makes it a viable solution for high-refresh-rate gaming. The latest Optoma 4K projector runs Android and emits just 26 decibels of noise. With three HDMI ports and several other connection types, the Optoma UHZ50 has plenty of I/O to accommodate game consoles, streaming media players, and more. Continue reading for additional details.

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Optoma’s new 4K gaming projectors have 240Hz refresh rates, up to 4,000-lumen lamps, more

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Optoma has unveiled two new 4K gaming projectors that shine bright and offer blazing-fast refresh rates. Both UHD35 and UHD38 models deliver top-notch feature sets when compared with many other units on the market. An up to 240Hz refresh rate on either unit is arguably the most notable specification here, but it doesn’t stop there. Brightness has been upgraded from 3,400 lumens in the previous-generation UHD30 to a 4,000-lumen lamp in Optoma’s top-tier model. Continue reading to learn more.

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All-new 7,000-lumen Optoma laser projector has short-throw lens that creates 300-inch display

Brightness is an area where televisions tend to win when pitted against projectors. This is thanks to an array of backlights or LEDs that can easily illuminate a display. Since projectors have to beam light several feet, the result is often a dimly-lit image that pales in comparison. That being said, remarkably-bright projectors have begun to show up lately, and one example includes NEC’s 5,000-lumen unit. An even more impressive Optoma laser projector has now been unveiled, and it takes things even further with a brightness of 7,000 lumens. Continue reading to learn more.

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New Optoma CinemaX P2 4K Laser Projector wants to banish your wall-mounted TV

The battle between projectors and televisions rages on following the unveiling of the new Optoma CinemaX P2 4K Laser Projector. It’s only been a year since P1 debuted, but that hasn’t halted the folks at Optoma from continuing to push this product line forward. One way this new offering differentiates itself from its predecessor is by delivering “25% more contrast and vibrant color performance.” You’ll also find a new Enhanced Gaming Mode alongside its “state-of-the-art digital exhibit feature.” Continue reading to learn more.

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