Summary: Optoma has released the UHZ35ST, a short throw, laser true 4K UHD projector with 3,500 lumens brightness, 500,000:1 contrast ratio, and DuraCore laser light source, offering superior color performance, exceptional image quality, and unrivaled input responses for an elevated home entertainment and gaming experience.
- Brightness of 3,500 lumens
- Contrast ratio of 500,000:1
- Short throw lens allows users to project images up to 100 inches from just a few feet away
Optoma, a brand in 4K UHD and DLP projection technology, has launched its latest offering in the home entertainment and gaming projector market – the Optoma UHZ35ST. Building upon the success of its predecessor, the UHD35STx, this short throw, laser true 4K UHD projector boasts enhanced features and improved performance.
One of the standout features of the UHZ35ST is its impressive brightness of 3,500 lumens, which ensures vibrant and vivid visuals. Combined with a remarkable contrast ratio of 500,000:1 and the DuraCore laser light source, this projector delivers superior color performance and exceptional image quality. With a lifespan of up to 30,000 hours in Eco Mode, users can enjoy maintenance-free operation for an extended period.
The UHZ35ST’s short throw lens allows users to project images up to 100 inches from just a few feet away from the screen. This feature not only enables big-screen viewing but also simplifies the setup process in various environments. Furthermore, Optoma has managed to make this projector 34% smaller than its predecessor, making it the most compact projector in its class. Its compact design, combined with horizontal and vertical keystone adjustments, as well as 360° and portrait mode operation, ensures flexible installation options in any orientation or location.
Optoma has also prioritized environmental sustainability with the UHZ35ST. The projector’s chassis is constructed using 50% post-consumer recycled (PCR) materials, showcasing the brand’s commitment to eco-friendly practices.
Gamers will be pleased to know that the UHZ35ST offers unrivaled input responses. With a refresh rate four times higher than the standard at 240 Hz in 1080p and an ultra-low input lag of just 4 ms for PC gaming, this projector provides a competitive advantage. Gamers can expect crystal clear images and a smooth and responsive gaming experience.
Oliver Blundell, Product Manager at Optoma, expressed his excitement about the UHZ35ST, stating, “The new UHZ35ST offers all the top features that have made our popular UHD35STx a favorite, boasting an industry-leading low latency and flexible short throw performance. Paired with a new laser light source and more sustainable chassis, the UHZ35ST guarantees greater energy efficiency for elevated home entertainment and gaming experiences.”
Key features of the Optoma UHZ35ST include its 4K UHD resolution, 3,500 lumens brightness, 500,000:1 contrast ratio, and DuraCore laser light source. The projector also comes equipped with built-in Enhanced Gaming Mode, offering a 4 ms Response Time in 1080p at 240 Hz and a 16.9 ms response time in 4K at 60 Hz. Additionally, it provides flexible installation options with 360° and portrait mode operation.
The Optoma UHZ35ST is now available for purchase in the United States with an estimated street price of $3,299. Canadian customers can expect to pay $4,499 CAD for this high-performance projector.
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