EH416 – OfficeABC.de

OfficeABC.de
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July, 2017

“Bright and flexible! “

“The EH416 from Optoma is a 3kg flexible, mobile projector which brings many qualities for a permanently installed projector. From lens shift, LAN connection and password protection up to automatically power on as soon as it receives a signal. The Image quality convinces, the brightness and Eco settings are innovative.”

Recommended as an office hit: very good

UHD65 – Nerd Techy

Nerd Techy
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June, 2017

“You want the ultimate home theater system? Then you want the Optoma UHD65. This projector is currently the best on the market. It supports all of the latest standards including UHD and 4K, and Optoma’s advanced smoothing system makes your video look amazingly natural.”

“Of course, any 4K projector can display high levels of detail. But the UDH65 has a trick up it’s sleeve. It’s got a 1,200,000:1 contrast ratio. This means that the brightest whites are 1.2 million times brighter than the darkest darks.”

“This is truly a projector for the avid film buff, and we can’t recommend it enough.”

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UHD60 – Nerd Techy

Nerd Techy
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June, 2017

“As far as 4K goes, this is still the best bang for your buck out there. If you’re looking to make an investment that will last for many years, this would be our first choice.”

“In the color department, this projector is no slacker either. It’s capable of producing the full range of HDR images. It’s fully compliant with REC 2020, which ensures that the colors are accurate, and presented exactly the way that your movie producer intended them to be seen.”

“Optoma’s optical system is a cut above the rest. It has 1.6x optical zoom, so you have more flexibility between placement and display size. You also get a variable throw ratio of 1.39 to 2.2, and vertical lens shift.”

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ZU850 – Projectorcentral.com

Projectorcentral.com
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March, 2017

“Lab Tests: What the Meters Say

“BRIGHTNESS. The ZU850 is rated at 8000 lumens. Our test unit equipped with the optional BX-CTA06 lens delivered 8530 lumens in Bright and Constant Power modes thus exceeding its rating . . . most uncommon performance for the majority of today’s projectors.

“BRIGHTNESS UNIFORMITY. The ZU850 exhibited excellent uniformity of about 90%, which is why the ANSI lumen rating of 8000 is not much below the center spec of 8200 lumens.”

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HD28DSE – BRWC

BRWC
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March, 2017

“if you plan to use the projector under real-world conditions, the Optoma HD28DSE’s combination of brightness, colours, and DARBEE Visual Presence processing will get you a good, enjoyable picture that makes this projector worth a closer look.”

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ZU510T – AV-views.de

AV-views.de
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February, 2017

“The Optoma ZU510T with 5300 lumens is a powerful WUXGA installation projector. Its long lasting, reliable colour performance allows for maintenance-free usage, even in 24/7 operation. Horizontal and vertical lens shift as well as a good digital picture geometry corrector allows for flexible installation.”

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HD28DSE – Lifewire

Lifewire
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February, 2017

“what makes the Optoma HD28DSE standout as a good performer is the incorporation of Darbee Visual Presence which literally adds a “another dimension” in the video projection viewing experience by adding more depth and texture to both 2D and 3D images, independently of the projectors other video processing capabilities.”

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ZU510T – Projectorcentral.com

Projectorcentral.com
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January, 2017

“At $5,299, calling the Optoma ZU510T-W aggressively priced is an understatement. It is by far the least expensive 1920×1200 laser-phosphor projector in its performance class. It is also the lightest, at 24.2 pounds, which makes it easy to install.”

“Adding to the ZU510T-W’s luster is the 20,000 hours/5-year warranty on the light engine and 3 years on the projector itself, with express shipping of a replacement unit. This is among the best warranties in the projector industry. It pretty much seals the deal on making the Optoma ZU510T-W a solid value and an excellent choice for a variety of signage, display, classroom, and conference room installations.”

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