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Optoma unveils new line of high brightness laser projectors

THE ASIAN AGE
Published : Jul 29, 2018, 4:10 pm IST
Updated : Jul 29, 2018, 4:10 pm IST

The new laser projectors adopt the DuraCore Laser Technology with IP5X certification engine.

Optoma has unveiled a new line of high brightness laser projectors, including ZU500T, ZH500T, ZW500T, ZX500, ZU500TST, and ZX500TST.
 Optoma has unveiled a new line of high brightness laser projectors, including ZU500T, ZH500T, ZW500T, ZX500, ZU500TST, and ZX500TST.

Optoma has unveiled a new line of high brightness laser projectors, including ZU500T, ZH500T, ZW500T, ZX500, ZU500TST, and ZX500TST. The company says it is designed for the professional AV installation environments. The new laser projectors adopt the DuraCore Laser Technology with IP5X certification engine, claimed to deliver sharp and good images with 20000 hours of virtually maintenance-free operation. It ensures maximum reliability and dependability in a variety of settings, such as higher education, houses of worship, rental, staging, corporate environments, and more.

Optoma ZU500TST and ZX500TST are the only short throw projectors with 5000 and 5500 lumens in the high brightness ProAV market. They offer WUXGA resolution with throw ratio of 0.79:1, and XGA with 0:82:1 respectively. Both projectors feature a 300000:1 contrast ratio with ExtremeBlack enabled, horizontal and vertical lens shift, 360-degree and 24/7 operation, and portrait mode for maximum usability at any angle.

Optoma ZU500T, ZH500T, ZW500T, and ZX500 feature WUXGA, 1080p, WXGA, and XGA resolution respectively, that claims to deliver good projection with laser light source and a 300000:1 contrast ratio. All projectors provide connectivity options, including HDBaseT and HDMI inputs, and offer multiple built-in installation features, such as horizontal and vertical lens shift, four corner correction, and 360-degree and portrait mode operation, to support professional installations at all difficulty levels.

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