Optoma expands premium CinemaX range with P2 UST 4K Projector

Posted on 28th September, 2020

Optoma expands premium CinemaX range with P2 UST 4K Projector

Optoma has expanded its premium CinemaX series with the introduction of the P2, next-generation true 4K ultra short throw laser projector.

Continuing the success of the predecessor Optoma P1, the latest CinemaX P2 features the advanced new 6-segment colour wheel, which is said to “enhance the contrast and colour performance that brings the richer and true-to-life images for the premium experience.”

Optoma's new P2 features 3,000 lumens of brightness, DuraCore laser technology, and the ultra short throw lens design that can deliver 120-inch picture from only inches away. There's also a built-in Dolby Audio 2.0 soundbar, allowing the CinemaX P2 to provide an all-in-one home entertainment experience for moving watching, TV watching, media sharing, and gaming.

With the TapCast app, users can share their photos and videos onto the big screen. And with unique Smart+ Technology, CinemaX P2 delivers integrated services with smart home devices such as Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, along with support for IFTTT.

Gordon Wu, the Head of Optoma APAC, told StereoNET:

As Optoma celebrates its 20th Anniversary in 2020, we are proud to introduce this amazing extension to our CinemaX series. Designed with ultra short throw lens and laser light source, with integrated premium audio and Smart+ Technology, CinemaX P2 and its series are not only to bring the cinematic experience home, but also to provide the ultimate home entertainment.

Specs include “True 4K UHD” resolution (3,840 x 2,160), a new 6-Segment RGBRGB Color Wheel, 3,000 ANSI lumens, 2,000,000:1 Contrast ratio, 120% of Rec.709 gamut coverage and BT.2020 compatibility, HDR10 & HLG compatible, Built-in Dolby Audio 2.0 Speakers, and Optoma Smart+ Technology with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and IFTTT integration.

The Optoma CinemaX P2 is available now and sells in Australia for $5,699 RRP.

For more information visit Optoma

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