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Optoma launches ultra-wide short throw laser projector
Optoma has announced the latest addition to its ultra-short throw product range - the. Based on laser-phosphor technology, the ZH300UW is designed for business, education and specialist AV applications.
Featuring a solid-state laser-phosphor light engine instead of a traditional projector lamp, the ZH300UW produces a brightness of 3,000 lumens and a contrast ratio of 10,000:1. Apart from delivering great colours, the laser engine eliminates the cost of replacement projector lamps, and has a life expectancy of up to 20,000 hours.
And due to the solid-state light engine, the projector is able to operate in some unusual positions, including portrait and downward projection. The first of these options produces the possibility of tall, narrow images - particularly suitable for digital signage in retail environments - while the latter enables projection onto a floor, valuable for museums and visitor centres.
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