Smart Projector Delivers True 4K Cinematics And Gaming

by Mat Dirjish

If you’re a hardcore gamer and/or yearn for the big screen experience of a movie theater while having a couple $Gs burning a hole in your pocket, then Optoma Technology’s UHD55 smart true 4K UHD projector may be just what you’re yearning for. As per the company, the 4K UHD projector delivers impressive cinematic and gaming experiences at home via stunning, larger-than-life images and an incredibly fast response time.

For the movie lover, the unit delivers 3,600 lumens of brightness, enabling consistent viewing with the room lights on or off. Boasting a 1,200,000:1 contrast ratio, the UHD55 is High Dynamic Range (HDR) and HLG compatible, which translates into brighter whites, deeper blacks, and brilliant color. Additionally, the projector delivers 97% DCI-P3 coverage in wide color gamut mode with the shutter enabled.

Gamers will appreciate the UHD55’s Enhanced Gaming Mode that enables a response time of 16 ms in 4K at 60 Hz and 4 ms in 1080p at 240 Hz. For the style conscious, it features a sleek and compact design plus smart technology integration features including seamless Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant compatibility.

Optoma Technology’s UHD55 smart true 4K UHD projector

A Creative Cast app allows users to wirelessly display images, documents, and videos from up to four devices. Other features include easy installation, vertical lens shift, 1.3x zoom and 3×3 warping, two HDMI 2.0 inputs, and RS-232 connectivity. The Optoma UHD55 is available in the US for about $1,799 and in Canada for $2,599.

Ready to start popping corn or practicing your unique joystick acrobatics but thirst for higher knowledge? If so, peruse the Optoma UHD55 tech overview.

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