Optoma has unveiled its latest 4K laser home theater projector, the UHZ66, a compact, high-resolution laser projector that promises impressive light output and suitability for brighter environments.
The UHZ66 boasts a stunning 3,840 x 2,160-pixel resolution (4K UltraHD), ensuring razor-sharp images without compromising quality. Its 4,000-lumen brightness allows for use in environments that aren’t completely darkened, even on larger screens. Optoma claims an illumination uniformity of 80 percent, accompanied by a remarkable contrast ratio of 500,000:1.
With a projection ratio ranging from 1.4:1 to 2.24:1, the UHZ66 features a versatile 1.6x zoom, enabling flexible screen size adjustments between 26 and 303 inches. A projection distance of 1.3 to 9.4 meters further enhances its adaptability. Installation is simplified by horizontal and vertical keystone correction up to 30 degrees.
Despite its compact size and lightweight construction – measuring just 274 x 216 x 114 millimeters and weighing a mere 3 kilograms – the Optoma UHZ66 accepts image signals via HDMI 2.0 ports. A dedicated gaming mode ensures low latency for an immersive gaming experience.
The new Optoma 4K laser home theater projector offers connectivity options beyond HDMI, including an RS232 port for integration with control systems and a PC connection that allows simultaneous power on/off with the computer. The USB port not only powers an HDMI dongle but also accommodates a second HDMI device for convenient connectivity.
Optoma UHZ66 price and availability
|Optoma UHZ66 Compact Long Throw True 4K UHD Laser Home Cinema and Gaming Projector, 4000 Lumens||$3,999.00 $2,299.00||Buy on Amazon|
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