Optoma today at InfoComm officially unveiled its new FHDQ130 QUAD LED display to the U.S. market. It uses four native 1080p QUAD LED displays to create a 130″ (114.9″ x 65.3″) 4K resolution LOED that comes pre-calibrated. It also includes a 4-in-1 surface mount diode layout, with the LED diodes, allowing for a smoother screen surface and a 170-degree horizontal and vertical wide-viewing angle.
Featuring a 1.5mm pixel pitch, the QUAD LED has an integrated media player, can handle dual-HDMI, USB, 3G-SDI, RS232 control and HDBaseT. The display also features an ECO friendly <0.5W standby mode, that conforms with ErP regulations and minimizes power consumption, saving on energy costs. Unlike traditional modular LED systems, there is no extensive cabling required: as an all-in-one display, the QUAD LED is cable free and comes with pre-calibrated tiles to simplify the installation process, as well as a built-in image processor, centralized power cage, sender processor and receiver card.
The Optoma FHDQ130 QUAD LED display ships in two easy-to-assemble pieces and comes with a remote, tile removal tool, wireless USB dongle, three spare LED tiles and wall mount. With the addition of the motorized stand (sold separately), the QUAD LED can be electrically lifted up and down and easily moved from room-to-room, making it an ideal large display candidate for large venues, such as rental and staging, as well as corporate and education environments.
The Optoma FHDQ130 QUAD LED display will be available in July for $99,999 and here are all the specs.