Optoma Introduces New Line of High Brightness, Laser Projectors

Optoma at InfoComm 2018 today unveiled four new laser projectors for higher education, houses of worship, rental and staging and corporate environments. The Optoma ZW500T, ZH500T, ZU500T and ZH500TST deliver 20,000 hours of virtually maintenance-free operation.

  • Optoma ZH500T and ZH500TST are 1080p HD projectors that feature an impressive 5,000 lumens of brightness and a 300,000:1 contrast ratio with ExtremeBlack enabled. The ZH500TST offers a short throw of 0:79:1 from just a few feet away. These projectors feature horizontal and vertical lens shift, 360-degree and 24/7 operation, and portrait mode for maximum usability at any angle. Both projectors are also equipped with several connectivity options, including HDBaseT and HDMI inputs to maximize convenience. They are available for an estimated street price of $2,999and $3,999 respectively.
  • Optoma ZW500T and ZU500T, featuring WXGA and WUXGA resolution respectively, provide stunning projection with a 300,000:1 contrast ratio with ExtremeBlack enabled, a powerful laser light source and 1.6x zoom. The ZW500T and ZU500T project 5,000 lumens of brightness and feature extensive connectivity options, including HDBaseT and HDMI inputs. Both projectors offer built-in installation features, including horizontal and vertical lens shift, four corner correction, 360-degree and portrait mode operation to support professional installations at all difficulty levels. The ZW500T is available an estimated street price of $2,499, while the ZU500T is available for an estimated street price of $3,199.

The Optoma ZW500T, ZH500T, ZU500T and ZH500TST are here.

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