Optoma has released what the company is calling a 'game changer'. The UHZ65 laser home theatre projector is said to rock industry-leading light, colour and resolution as well as a huge contrast and integrated speakers.
The Optoma UHZ65 projector is powered by TI's 4K DLP UHD chipset and features a 3,000-lumen laser phosphor light engine with a 20,000 hours lamp life for a native 3,840 x 2,160 resolution which can be boosted up to 4,096 x 2,160 at 60 Hz with the help of XPR video processing technology.
The Optoma laser also features rich, lifelike colours and vertical lens shift with a 1.6 x optical zoom for placement flexibility. Movie enthusiasts will be treated to full 4K resolution at over 140 inches from as far as 3.3m away, while PureMotion technology from PureEngine is reported to eliminate "noise, motion blur and judder in fast motion video" for smooth gaming and crystal clear movie action.
Optoma's latest UHZ65 laser has built-in stereo speakers rated a 4 W each for cooked-in sound, but also features analogue and optical output ports, together with HDMI, VGA, USB and RJ45 input/output connections.
The Optoma UHZ65 4K projector is available now for $4,499 (US).