Optoma has unveiled two new “lightning fast”, low-latency 4K UHD gaming and home entertainment projectors, the UHD35 ($1,299) and UHD38 ($1,399). Claimed to improve on the former UHD30 model, the two projectors incorporate a single-chip DLP light engine and produce 8.3m on-screen pixels with 3,600 and 4,000 lumens of brightness, respectively. Stereoscopic fans will be pleased that there is 3D Blu-ray support.
An onboard Enhanced Gaming Mode enables input lag response times ranging from 16.7ms @60Hz on 4K UHD sources through to 4.2ms on 1080p material @240Hz. Presenting a maximum 300-inch projected image size with DCI-P3 color support, both models include horizontal and vertical keystone correction (with four-corner correction), dual HDMI 2.0 inputs and HDR10 and HLG compatibility. As well as a 12v trigger, there is a 15,000 hour lamp life and a claimed 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio available with Dynamic Black mode engaged.
“As the #1 brand worldwide in 4K UHD projection technology, we are committed to bringing products to market that are innovative, accessible and easy to use. The UHD35 and UHD38 projectors elevate our level of performance with an industry-leading 4.2ms low latency, delivering fast-moving experiences perfect for a competitive gaming advantage,” said Maria Repole, Head of Marketing Communications, Optoma. “As consumers continue to seek at-home entertainment experiences that rival professional audio-visual systems, our new projector line-up delivers in spades with amazing clarity, color, brightness and precision.”
Both units feature a 10W speaker for temporary setups. The UHD35 and UHD38 are available now from Optoma’s authorized dealers. For more information, check the Optoma USA projectors page here.
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