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- Ultra short throw laser projector - 4K UHD resolution, HDR and HLG compatible.
- Amazing colour - 87% DCI-P3, 3500 ANSI lumens.
- Built-in NuForce soundbar with DolbyDigital 2.0.
- Smart features - Apps, voice control, IFTTT.
Publisher: OPTOMA TECHNOLOGY
Details: Ultra-short throw smart laser 4K Ultra HD projectorThis stylish ultra-short throw projector delivers an unforgettable 4K UHD digital cinema quality image in the comfort of your own home. Laser technology provides accurate, true to life colour reproduction with 87% of DCI-P3 coverage - perfect for recreating the big-screen experience at home. Packed with the latest technology and features, the UHZ65UST boasts HDR and HLG compatibility, sophisticated PureMotion frame-interpolation processing which eliminates motion blurring or image judder, voice control, streaming apps and a built-in media player. 4K UHD ResolutionWith over eight million pixels, Ultra HD 4K resolution brings four times more detail than Full HD, to deliver sharper, life-like images and richer colours - allowing you to sit closer to the screen and enjoy a more immersive experience. HDR and HLG CompatibleCapable of receiving and displaying both HDR10 and Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG) HDR content. This Optoma projector allows you to see far more detail and texture. Objects look more solid and lifelike and the extra detail creates a greater sense of depth. Amazing ColoursWatch your movies, TV shows and play games with stunning colours in any environment. Optoma projectors provide reliable performance suitable for any content and environment. Our home projectors are capable of reproducing the Rec.709 colour gamut, the international HDTV standard to guarantee accurate reproduction of cinematic colour exactly as the director intended. Or more saturated colours for a punchy looking image, great for gaming and animated movies. Laser TechnologyOptoma laser projectors use high-quality lasers to create the projected image. In many situations the perceived brightness from laser illumination projectors can be twice that of an equivalent lamp-based model