With a brightness 3500 lumens, this projector is equipped with a Media Player 4 K UHD and pictures PureMotion interpolation technology. This processing eliminates motion blur and the vibration of the image.

Optoma UHD370X

Optoma just launch the projector 4 K Ultra HD UHD370X, a team which offers brilliant images and the same specifications of high end than the UHD51.

In addition to high brightness, the UHD370X is equipped with a multimedia player 4 K UHD and pictures PureMotion interpolation technology. This advanced processing eliminates motion blur or image vibration.

The configuration is simple thanks to its vertical lens shift, to position the image without complications and thanks a lot of connection options, as two HDMI 2.0 ports.

The compact UHD370X is presented in a black, lightweight and easy to move housing. features high dynamic range (HDR) and compatibility with HDCP 2.2 technology. It also includes a stereo speaker that provides a powerful audio.

With 8.3 million pixels on screen, this model offers sharp and realistic images able to show more detail than the standard HD.

Equipped with the Amazing Color of Optoma technology, which includes an improved color wheel and multiple modes and configurations to choose from, users have the freedom to select the best configuration for your content.

Optoma color team has optimized each mode to ensure superior color performance. The reference precious reproduces the colors of the HDTV Rec.709 transmission specifications.

Characteristics:

  • 4K UHD resolution and compatible with HDR.
  • Rec.709HDTV for a precise color standard color.
  • Brightness 3500 ANSI lumens.
  • Integrated and enabled Wi-Fi Media Player.
  • Fluid display - pictures PureMotion interpolation processing.
  • Digital connectivity: 2 HDMI and HDCP 2.2 compatibility.
  • Easy setup and operation - vertical displacement of the lens.
  • Built-in stereo speakers.
  • Full 3D.


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By • 28 Nov, 2018
• Section: Projection