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Optoma UHZ55: New 4k Laser Projector

Optoma has announced the new UHZ55 laser projector, a follow-up to the UHZ50, a 2021 model that was then groundbreaking among home entertainment projectors for its laser light source and gamer-friendly low input delay.

Like its predecessor, the UHZ55 is a single-chip 4K DLP model that uses TI’s 0.47-inch chipset with 4-phase XPR pixel shifting. The laser light source has the same 3,000 ANSI lumens light output, the company’s DuraCore laser, rated for up to 30,000 hours in Eco mode. This model also features Enhanced Gaming Mode, which offers 16.9 milliseconds of input latency for 4K/60Hz signals and compatibility with 1080p/240Hz signals from gaming PCs with a response time of just 4ms.

Packed with the latest technology and features, this projector is HDR and HLG compatible and has 3x HDMI 2.0 inputs, voice control, streaming apps, and a built-in media player. Laser technology provides long-lasting, exceptional color accuracy with extended DCI-P3 coverage – perfect for recreating the big screen experience at home.

The Optoma UHZ55 has a suggested retail price of 1,999 euros.

Specification

Display technology
DLP™
Resolution
UHD (3840×2160)
Brightness
3,000 lumens
Contrast ratio
2,500,000:1
Native aspect ratio
16:9
Aspect ratio – compatible
4:3
Keystone correction – horizontal
+/-30°
Keystone correction – vertical
+/-30°
Has vertical auto keystone correction
Yes
Displayable colours (millions)
1073.4
Horizontal scan rate
15.375 ~ 91.146 Khz
Vertical scan rate
24 ~ 120HzHz
Uniformity
80%
Screen size
0.87m ~ 7.68m (34.1″ ~ 302.4″) diagonal