New Optoma Projectors Give Users Added Value for Money
Optoma introduces innovative wireless projector and a wide range of competitively priced sleek data projectors
Optoma, a leading designer and manufacturer of digital projectors, today announced the launch of its new innovative filter-free product line-up. Optoma has broadened its product portfolio with the new EP776 wireless projector as well as a new range of competitively priced entry-level data projectors, designed for business users, public venues and home entertainment.
Based on the most advanced DarkChip3™ Technology from Texas Instrument, the Optoma EP776 provides a high resolution of 1024 x768 (XGA), an outstanding brightness of 4300 Lumens and razor-sharp contrast of 3000:1. The EP776 is designed for large venues ranging from large classrooms, boardrooms and auditoriums.
According to Adam Dent, Regional Sales Manager, Optoma Middle East and Africa “The unique connectivity and built-in wireless features makes the EP776 projector ideal for enhancing users’ business communications.”
The EP776 projector boasts advanced connectivity features that help minimize the usual extensive cabling chaos that is often a challenge at large events. With easy installation and filter free design, this projector ensures that audiences enjoy an unsurpassed multimedia experience.
In addition, Optoma has launched a new range of entry-level data projectors to provide consumers with extremely cost effective and high performance solutions. With multiple inputs and high brightness, these new models are at home in the boardroom and the living room.
Sleek in design, the ES520 and EX530 projectors combine exceptional brightness of 2600 ANSI Lumens with superior contrast at 2500:1, to ensure life-like graphics with unparalleled image clarity. With versatile capabilities, the Optoma ES520 and EX530 can be easily connected to game consoles, DVD players, PCs or even Satellite TVs for the ultimate big screen experience. The Optoma ES520 and EX530 weigh only 2.5 kg each and are priced at US$499 and US$679.
The major distinguishing feature between the ES520 and the EX530 projectors is the resolution. The ES520 provides Native SVGA (800x600) resolution while the EX530 provides Native XGA (1024 x 768) resolution.
Optoma’s new range of affordable entry-level data projectors feature extensive connectivity options, built-in speakers and up to 4000 hours of lamp life. According to Dent, “Our new range of entry-level data projectors, provide users with flexibility and user-friendly options that meet & exceed their everyday projection needs with ease.”
Supported by the 10-year Optoma Colour Guarantee, the colour quality performance of the new range data projectors from Optoma is assured for years to come. With the recent successful launch of the world’s smallest High Definition projector, the HD65, and with the introduction of Arabic language menus, Optoma aims to ensure that it has a customized solution to meet every individual’s and business’s projection needs.