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Optoma unveils next evolution ultra short throw home projectors

For those who love gaming or watching TV, sports or films on a big screen, Optoma has unveiled the HD31UST and HD35UST projectors.

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Published 2018-09-10 - 2:30 pm

Press release:

For those who love gaming or watching TV, sports or films on a big screen, Optoma has unveiled the HD31UST and HD35UST projectors.  They can project 100” imagery from just 30cm away without the hassle of shadows or cables running across the room.

The next evolution of the popular GT5000+ and GT5500+ ultra short throw projectors, these new models are smaller and lighter than their predecessors.  With 3,400 lumens for the HD31UST and 3,600 for the HD35UST, these Full HD projectors can beam razor sharp images with optimum colour performance even with the lights on.

The new models come with the added benefit of vertical and horizontal keystone and four corner geometric adjustment. This gives quick and accurate set-up, ideal for uneven walls or where a projector placement is at an angle from the screen. In addition, when the projectors are not centred directly in front of the projection surface, the auto vertical keystone feature will detect and correct the distorted image with the touch of a button.

Kishan Mistry, Senior Product Manager at Optoma EMEA, said: “With unrivalled set-up convenience, these new high brightness ultra-short throw home projectors create an exceptional 100-inch Full HD experience that can be placed directly in front of a wall or screen for permanent use, tidied away after occasional use or taken around to a friend’s house.”

The crisp white colour fits perfectly into any living space and they come equipped with a built-in speaker that delivers powerful 16W audio, with exceptional sound quality. An audio output connector is also included, enabling connection to external sound systems.

Set-up is simple with a host of connection options including two HDMI and two VGA inputs for connection to any device. This projectors also work with Optoma’s WHD200 which is designed to stream video content wirelessly – up to 20 metres in any room.

They can be turned into smart projectors by connecting an HDMI dongle like the Google Chromecast™, Amazon Fire™ or Apple TV™ to play games, stream videos and share photos on the big screen at home.

The HD31UST and HD35UST can display true 3D content from almost any 3D source, including 3D Blu-ray players, 3D broadcasting and the latest generation games consoles. For 3D viewing, the Optoma ZD302 glasses (sold separatelyuse DLP® Link™ active shutter technology to automatically sync with the on-screen image.

For maximum contrast and brightness, they can be used with Optoma’s 100” ambient light rejecting ALR100 screen. For more information visit: www.optoma.no

HD31UST and HD35UST key features

  • Super-sized 100-inch images with the projector placed just 30cm away
  • Lights on viewing with bright 3400 lumens (HD31UST), 3600 lumens (HD35UST)
  • Full HD 1080p resolution
  • Easy set-up – broad connectivity, auto vertical keystone and four corner geometric correction
  • Quality sound from integrated 16W speaker
  • Compatible with HDMI dongles: Google Chromecast™, Amazon Fire™ and Apple TV™
  • WHD200 compatibility

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