Optoma today announced three new projectors designed for small-to-medium classrooms, training spaces and corporate environments. The Optoma S343, X343 and W335 all feature a 22,000:1 contrast ratio spec and a 15,000 hour lamp. With a 1.1x zoom and vertical keystone correction, this affordable line of projectors is equipped with built-in assistance for easy positioning and installation. The projectors also feature a 10-watt speaker and connectivity options, including HDMI, VGA, composite video, USB and audio-in.
The S343 is an SVGA projector with 3,600 lumens, a native resolution of 800×600 and is available for $289, while the X343 is an XGA projector with 3,600 lumens with a native resolution of 1024×768 and is available for $339. The W335 is a WXGA projector with 3,800 lumens and a native resolution of 1280×800 and is available for $429.
All three of them are here.
By the way, Optoma has also announced availability of the W330UST and EH330UST, the company’s newest ultra short throw projectors designed for smaller professional spaces. These projectors feature 3,600 lumens and a 20,000:1 contrast ratio and both projectors feature a PC-free image viewer and document reader, which allows for connectivity with USB storage-devices, while LAN display supports connectivity with up to four simultaneous computers. In addition, the W330UST and EH330UST offer wireless presentation and display capabilities with HDCast Pro functions for Android, Mac OS and Windows devices.
The Optoma W330UST and EH330UST are now available for $1,299 and $1,599, respectively, and are also already on their website here.