Optoma unveils ultra short throw projectors for big pictures in small rooms

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Available in 1080p and WXGA resolution
Interactive and standard models available
Fast and simple set-up – preassembled wall mount and auto calibration
Super bright lumens
16W built-in speaker
Large images from a short distance
Multiple connections including two HDMI inputs, RJ45 control and monitoring

Optoma has unveiled a new range of super bright, ultra short throw projectors, featuring both interactive and non-interactive models at 4,000 lumens. The range includes the company’s first ever 1080p ultra short throw projectors, EH320UST (pictured above) and EH320USTi and WXGA resolution models W320UST and W320USTi.

At 4,000 lumens, these are among of the brightest ultra-short throw projectors available. High brightness together with Full HD resolution and an ultra-short throw lens gives a huge picture. For example, the 1080p models can project a 100 inch image (diagonal) from just 55cm from the screen. This is absolutely perfect for a classroom or meeting room where bright, vivid images and crystal clear text is essential.

Fast and easy installation is provided by the new mounting system and auto calibration via computer. The wall mount comes pre-assembled for easy installation and features multiple adjustment options for integration with a variety of whiteboards.

Existing Epson UST customers can easily upgrade to an Optoma Full HD model using Optoma’s new projector mount adapter. The adapter simply fixes to any existing installed Epson UST wall mounts allowing the new Optoma UST projector to be installed in minutes.

Says Optoma’s Head of Product Marketing, Justin Halls, said: “We are excited to be one of the first to launch a range of 1080p ultra short throw projectors. The four new models offer enhanced learning with high contrast and Full HD 1080p resolution making it possible to include complex detail in presentations.”

A full specification sheet for the new ultra short throw projectors together with brochures and images of the projectors are available from www.optoma.co.uk

 

Chris Price