Optoma shows off upgraded WUXGA projectors

Optoma Europe will include two new WUXGA projector models in its ISE line-up that spans two stands at the Amsterdam RAI.

The company will announce the EH7700, a successor to the EH7500, which includes a mechanical shutter, wired remote, colour correction, stepped lamp power control and an increase in brightness.

The EH7700 also adds enhanced network control and improved flying/ mounting and safety anchor points to the existing features of dual lamps, motorised lens shift, five lens options and black or white versions.

Optoma will also announce its first WUXGA full 3D projector. The 4800 lumen single-lamp EH503 can display a range of 3D formats including those from Blu-ray and 3D TV broadcasts as well as most professional 3D formats. It will be available in both white and black and will ship later this year.

The company will use the portrait mode of the WXGA resolution ZW212S to demonstrate the "Signage" mode of its LED+ (LED and Laser) projector using the inbuilt media player to provide content for a complete standalone digital signage solution. Optoma LED+ projectors have short throw lenses, 360 degree mounting options and portrait mode.

Optoma’s ML100 projector weighs 1.4kg and uses "Lamp-free" technology. It is HD ready with native WXGA (1280x800) resolution, boasts 1000 ANSI lumens and incorporates a built in media player, native office viewer and optional wireless presenting from tablets, phones or laptops.