Optoma unveils 4K UHD ultra short throw projector
Optoma unveiled two projectors at InfoComm 2016, including a 4K UHD DLP ultra short throw laser projector.
Suited for digital signage environments, the DLP 4K laser phosphor 0.18:1 ultra short throw (UST) projector displays a 100-in image on a wall or screen from two inches away. The 3,300 lumen projector also provides H.265 multimedia playback, and supports the Android 5.0 /Lollipop operating system. The projector is expected to be released in Q1 of 2017.
In addition to its latest ultra short throw laser projector, Optoma unveiled its ZU510T WUGXA DLP laser projector offering 5,500 lumens. The solid state laser projector includes a fixed lens with horizontal and vertical lens shift, 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 to change lenses.
The projector also features two built-in 10W speakers and a variety of inputs, including two HDMI and HDBaseT, allowing users to send and control content using a single CAT5 cable. Suited for corporate, university and museums settings, the ZU510T will be released later this year.
Optoma’s booth at InfoComm also highlighted its recently introduced 4K lamp-based projector.