Optoma’s new UHD65 home theater projector is one of two new models sporting the first Texas Instruments 4K UHD chip, and targeting home users. The UHD65 has a list price of only $2499! There’s also a home entertainment version – the UHD60 at $1999. More on those differences below.

No matter where you are in the “FauxK vs 4K” debate, one thing is for sure: The UHD65 produces a visibly slightly sharper image at $2499, than any 1080p projectors we’ve seen. It doesn’t matter if those 1080p projectors are pixel shifters or not.

Without a doubt, the sharpness of the image is the highlight feature of the UHD65. Well, one of them. The other is that it accepts 4K content – including content using HDR (high dynamic range).

What Optoma has done, as the largest seller of DLP projectors in the US, is to get people spending under $2500 to consider DLP, for the higher than 1080p (1920×1080) native resolution of 2716×1528 of the first consumer 4K UHD chip.

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Optoma India Manufacturer of DLP home cinema, business and education, professional installation projectors, NuForce earphones, projection screens and accessories.
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