Gamers looking for a highend ultra short throw laser projector capable of rejecting 4K UHD resolution or 3840 x 2160 pixels at 240Hz refresh rate may be interested in the new Optoma CinemaX D2 and CinemaX D2 Smart gaming projectors right now. available for purchase at $2499 and $2699 respectively. The gaming projector is available in the US and Canada and is equipped with a 3000 lumen incandescent lamp providing a 1:1,800,000 contrast ratio and a wide REC.709, DCIP3 color gamut.
Other features of the ultra short throw gaming projector include the Android TV operating system and the ability to install various streaming applications on the CinemaX D2 Smart edition. Optoma includes an easy setup with geometry correction and a 3×3 warp function, and makes the projector HDR10 compatible and equips it with a builtin enhanced game mode offering 16ms response time in 4K at 60Hz and 4ms in 1080P at 240Hz.
“Consumers are looking for a flexible and easytouse home entertainment TV replacement to enjoy all their content, movies and TV programs anywhere, especially in smaller rooms, or move from room to room. Since Optoma introduced its first ultra short throw model in 2019, we have received valuable feedback from our customers and have incorporated these enhancements into our new CinemaX D2 series to continue delivering the best 4K UHD home theater experience at attractive prices,” said Maria Repole. , Head of Marketing Communications, Optoma.
Connections on the gaming projector include 3 HDMI 2.0 ports, eARC (HDMI 2), Dolby Atmos Pass Through and RS232, and three HDMI 2.0 inputs.
“Using customer feedback from its awardwinning CinemaX P2 projector, Optoma has developed the CinemaX D2 and CinemaX D2 Smart projectors to deliver rich detail and lifelike image quality for premium home entertainment viewing. Responding to a wide range of gaming content needs, CinemaX D2 projectors feature an enhanced Game Mode that allows gamers to enjoy blurfree, lowlatency images with a response time of 16ms in 4K at 60Hz and 4ms in 1080P at 240Hz for a competitive gaming edge.” .
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