Optoma Announced Two Innovative Single-Chip DLP Laser Projectors

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Optoma has unveiled two new single-chip DLP laser phosphor projectors scheduled for availability in the next eight months. The new models include an industry first 4K UHD DLP Ultra Short Throw Laser Projector and the new ZU510T WUGXA DLP Laser Projector.

The 4K UHD DLP Ultra Short Throw Laser Projector is capable of displaying a 100 inch image from just two inches away. This new projector offers 4K resolution with over 8 million pixels, 3,300 lumens of brightness, H.265 multimedia playback, and support for Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system.



The new projector is expected to hit the market in Q1 next year, it delivers an entirely new class of reliable, high resolution, and ultra short throw projectors that are ideally suited for the digital signage demands as well as home theater.

With this projector, Optoma is combining the multiple cutting-edge technologies – 4K resolution, ultra-short throw, and laser lighting – into one dynamic package.

In addition to its newest ultra short throw laser projector, Optoma also unveiled its ZU510T WUGXA DLP laser projector providing 5,500 lumens. The solid state laser projector includes a fixed lens with horizontal and vertical lens shift, also offering a 1.2:1 – 2.16:1 throw ratio and a digital zoom of 1.8x – allowing it to cover a range of interchangeable lens capabilities without having change the lenses

The ZU510T WUXGA DLP will have two built-in 10-watt speakers, multiple inputs, including two HDMI and HDBaseT, it allowing users to send and control content using a single CAT5 cable. Suited for university, corporate and museums settings, the new ZU510T will be released later this year.