|Price incl. VAT||£578.18|
|Price excl. VAT||£481.82|
|Extended warranty + 1 year||
Peak projector Optoma impresses with its performance and powerful interface, which makes him very attractive piece. It introduces herself as a solution to world-class large-format cinemas in brilliant Full HD picture. Offers always perfectly visible image even unobscured room. Lamp brightness is providing up to 3,200 ANSI lumens for a highly visible image. It uses patented DLP (Digital Light Processing) technology from Texas Instruments, which is based on the principle of light reflection.
The basis of good design is a stunning image and pride of this model is primarily a huge distinction. High standard Full HD pleasing to the eye and is the foundation of any presentation or a proper home theater. Thanks to several technology gives a high contrast ratio of 20,000: 1 and a variety of color tones any saturation. Color rendering compared to LCD projectors is better and most importantly, can withstand constant even after years of use. BrilliantColor technology delivers a uniquely bright colors.
Maximum quality is achieved through transfer via HDMI. The abundant equipment with this port occurs even 2 ×, and one of them stands out MHL support. Without the slightest problem, so you can connect your smartphone or tablet to a projector and stream the content at full resolution. Of course there is the presence of an audio output for speaker, but one 10W is directly part of the device.
In today's technologically advanced time, precise images with fine resolution commonplace, but the projector you are guaranteed to get the knee support is Full 3D technology. This technology ensures that each eye images in full resolution of the projector. The result will be a detailed and sharp image that will endure comparisons with modern cinema.
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