Optoma shows new models

Projector specialist Optoma has returned to GITEX Technology Week this year to present a new range of digital projectors.

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Optoma shows new models
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 9, 2011

Projector specialist Optoma has returned to GITEX Technology Week this year to present a new range of digital projectors.

The first of these new products is the ML500, a 500ANSI Lumen LED projector. This projector features an ultra slim body and is designed for on-the-move professionals. It weighs 1.1kg and uses LED projection technology, which allows the projector to be an eco-friendly alternative, while still being able to give 20,000 hours of life. This is the equivalent of eight hours of office use per day for 10 years.

Another projector the company is focusing on at the show is the HD33, a Full HD 1080p 3D projector for home cinema use. It offers a brightness of 1800ANSI Lumens and features HDMI 1.4a support out of the box, which makes it compatible with 3D output sources.

Optoma is also showing off its latest ultra short throw projector, the EX665UTis. The projector company says this model is an ‘Interactive’ device which has a 3000 Lumens XGA capability. The EX665UTi is able to project a 60-inch image from a distance of just 46cm. The projector is also 3D ready and ships with an Interactive pen and software.

Asked about his company’s return to GITEX, Adam Dent, Regional Manager, Optoma, explains, “GITEX continues to be the premier event in the year for product showcases. We are very fortunate that Optoma has recently introduced several groundbreaking new products. We are looking forward to another very successful GITEX for Optoma.”

Optoma is a designer and manufacturer of award-winning projectors that cater to the business, education, professional audio/video and home entertainment markets. The Optoma Group has headquarters in Europe, the USA and Asia; while Optoma Europe Ltd, based in London, covers Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

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