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Optoma launches new home theater and gaming projectors

Discussion in 'Displays' started by Martin Dew, Sep 8, 2019.

  1. Martin Dew

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    Not much new in this announcement. I wish manufacturers would put an ATSC tuner into projectors. After all, if they're putting in "Smart TV" apps, why not also have the option to get OTA TV? And really, they should partner with Amazon or Roku for the smart TV OS. I never use built-in apps in TVs / projectors and get external streaming devices instead.
     

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