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Optoma is back for a fresh, new buzz
Features:The new model is an Ultra HD resolution home theatre video projector, enabling you to be entertained while at home. The projector uses Texas Instruments XPR technology and delivers 8 million pixels from a 4 million pixel chip. It delivers more vivid images with more detail than standard HD video projectors. The UHD 550 X is a white projector weighing 7.8 kg with dimensions of 498 x 331 x 141mm. Its brilliant white finish makes it possible to install it discreetly into your living space.
Picture:The UHD 550 X Optoma projector lamp has a brightness rate of 2800 lumens and a remarkable contrast of 500 000:1. The lifetime of the lamp varies depending on the mode used. The "Dynamics" mode gives 15000 hours, "Eco" mode = 10000 hours and the "Bright" mode = 4000 hours.
The UHD 550 X produces bright, clear images, it is ideal for large screens. You can watch a movie in broad daylight, even if you are in a brightly-lit room. The images are stunningly sharp.
Technical Specifications:The UHD 550X is equipped with "AmazingColor" technology which includes an improved colour wheel and multiple option modes. You have the freedom to select the best setting for your picture. It is quiet, comes with speakers that provide a powerful 8W of audio and an exceptional sound quality. S/PDIF audio output is also included.
The configuration of the projector is simple, the lens change is carried out vertically and there are multiple connection options, including two HDMI ports and a Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) for compatible phones and tablets.
Moreover, the UHD550X can be connected to an HDMI dongle such as Google Chromecast ™ or Amazon Fire TV, for accessing popular multimedia services and broadcasting TV shows, movies and video clips, for playing games and for sharing photos on the big screen.
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