Optoma Officially Launches Two UHD DLP Projectors

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Optoma-UHD65.jpgOptoma has officially launched the two UHD single-chip DLP projectors that the company first announced at CES--at even lower price points than previously stated. The UHD60 ($1,999) and UHD65 ($2,499) use the new Texas Instruments 4K chipset to produce a 3840 by 2160 resolution. Both projectors support HDR10 High Dynamic Range playback, as well as the wider DCI-P3 color gamut. The consumer-oriented UHD60 is rated at 3,000 lumens, with a 1,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, while the custom-oriented UHD65 (shown here) is rated at 2,200 lumens with a 1,200,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. Both projectors are now shipping.

From Optoma
Optoma is shaking up the home theater and home cinema markets with two of the industry's first 4K UHD projectors at market-shattering prices. The Optoma UHD60 and UHD65 are state-of-the-art consumer projectors that deliver the highest resolution for home theater available today at a fraction of the cost of other 4K projectors. As the number one manufacturer of consumer 1080p projectors for the home, according to the 2016 U.S. Projector Census from PMA Research, Optoma continually looks to improve upon the quality, ease of integration and price of projection to make it more accessible to every home.

With four times the pixels of 1080p, the Optoma UHD60 and UHD65 feature 3840 x 2160 UHD resolution to deliver a razor-sharp image with an 8.3-million-pixel image on screen. High Dynamic Range (HDR) compatibility with open standard HDR10, along with REC.2020 wide color gamut and DCI-P3 coverage, guarantee strikingly life-like color, with bright whites and deep blacks. Both models are also equipped with high quality stereo sound to deliver crisp, sharp audio for watching movies and TV, playing video games or enjoying any other type of entertainment.

The Optoma UHD60 and UHD65 home projectors also feature vertical lens shift and a 1.6X zoom for easy installation, delivering an incredible 4K UHD image of up to 300 inches. With two HDMI and one HDCP 2.2 ports each, both projectors provide superior 4K UHD device and content compatibility options.

Optoma UHD60: Priced at an incredible $1,999, the Optoma UHD60 delivers the ultimate viewing experience for home theater enthusiasts, combining cutting-edge 4K technology with flexibility and media compatibility.
· Brightness: 3,000 lumens
· Contrast Ratio: 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio with Dynamic Black enabled
· Color: HDR compatibility delivers cinematic color
· White Chassis
· Designed for consumer home cinema, and available through retailers

Optoma UHD65: Priced at just $2,499 and featuring unique PureMotion video processing technology to eliminate motion blurring or image judder, the Optoma UHD65 steps up quality even further to offer unforgettable 4K digital cinema quality images in the comfort of any home.
· Brightness: 2,200 lumens
· Contrast Ratio: 1,200,000:1 contrast ratio with Dynamic Black enabled
· Color: Extraordinary cinematic color via HDR compatibility and RGBRGB color wheel
· Black Chassis
· Designed for the CEDIA/home theater channel, and available through distributors

"With the UHD60 and UHD65, Optoma is putting the industry's most innovative and cutting-edge 4K technologies into the hands of consumers in a way that's never been done before," said Brian Soto, head of product management at Optoma Technology. "As leaders in the 1080p resolution home projector market, the introduction of our 4K resolution projectors is the next big step in providing high end viewing experiences at extremely accessible pricing. We are making 4K home theater projection a mainstream technology for the first time, allowing consumers to enjoy a projection that will rival any home entertainment or even cinema experience."

The UHD60 is available for purchase through retailers Amazon, Best Buy and Beach Camera, and the UHD65 is available through distributors Full Compass, ProjectorPeople.com and Visual Apex. 

Additional Resources
• For more information on Optoma and its products, visit: https://www.optomausa.com/.
Optoma Unveils $2,799 4K DLP Projector at HomeTheaterReview.com.


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