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Optoma Unveils UHZ65 Laser Phosphor, 4K UHD Projector for $4,999Optoma Brings More Innovation to InfoComm 2017 with Multiple 4K Projectors and Interactive, Mapping and Laser Demonstrations
ORLANDO, Fla., June 14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Optoma, a world-leading manufacturer of video and audio products, at InfoComm 2017 today introduced two new 4K UHD resolution projectors to bring the ultimate in crisp, sharp images to the market. With the Optoma UHZ65, the company combines laser phosphor light source with 4K UHD resolution at the groundbreaking projected street price of $4,999. In addition, the company unveiled availability and pricing for its 4K500 lamp-based 4K UHD projector. Both projectors reaffirm Optoma's focus on providing innovative solutions with maximum flexibility to the ProAV market.
Available in the fall, the Optoma UHZ65 will be on the market through distributors for an estimated street price of $4,999. With an impressive 20,000-hour life cycle and vibrant colors, it is the ideal choice for home and corporate applications.
Launching in July with an estimated end user price of $6,999, the Optoma 4K500 will be a standout choice for installers and venues looking for a versatile projector to produce stunningly detailed and bright images for a wide variety of professional applications.
"With the introduction of the UHZ65 and 4K500, Optoma now has a full portfolio of 4K UHD projectors for the ProAV market to complement the line of 4K UHD projectors for the home theater market announced earlier this month," said Brian Soto, head of product management, "By bringing quality and innovation to the market at industry leading pricing, we're showing we're listening to our customers and designing projectors to meet their needs."
Optoma at InfoComm 2017
In addition to the cutting-edge display applications and new line of 4K UHD projectors, Optoma is also showcasing an interactive blending and warping demo which features a Projected Capacitive Touch (PCT) screen designed from a unique material that can be easily rolled, transported and mounted, eliminating the need for an interactive laser curtain or a flat panel display. Lastly, the company is demonstrating the Optoma Projection Mapper app, which allows retailers and installers to easily create engaging, live content experiences and digital art displays on nearly any surface.
For more information about Optoma and its products please visit: https://www.optomausa.com/.
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