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Alan, you are correct that both this Epson and the Optoma are pixel-shifters. However the DLP chip used in the UHD60 and other 4K DLP models starts with a pixel count of 2716 x 1528, which doubles up to the full 8-million plus pixels inherent in 4K UHD signals. The 1920 x 1080 imagers used in pixel-shifters from Epson and JVC's past models double that count to around 4 million pixels total. The DLP models put more pixels on the screen, but the apparent differences vs. late generation 1080p pixel-shifters can be difficult to see. Epson and JVC have both narrowed the gap in successive generations of their technologies, and Epson has done so again with this new Pro-UHD version.