Optoma is a successful Taiwanese manufacturer of business projectors, classroom projectors, quality home theater projectors, and gaming. In the United States, Optoma is the number one seller of DLP projectors. With resolutions from SVGA to Full HD 3D, there are a large range of projectors to choose from.
Optoma projectors use DLP technology and boast specifications such as: brilliant color, bright images, rapid on-off feature, password protection, and a vast range of connectivity options.
Advanced network features including message broadcast, remote management and control, and built-in security management, are found on many Optoma projectors.
Optoma's newest addition to the CinemaX line of ultra-short throw projectors The Optoma CinemaX D2 Smart is a laser DLP powered, ultra-short throw (UST) 4K projector that retails for $2,699. Optoma has been in the projection industry since 2004 and tod ...
The ZU-920TST is Optoma’s replacement for the ZU-720TST The Optoma ZU920TST is an ultra-bright 8,200 ANSI lumen professional projector that sells for $12,999 MSRP. The ZU920TST has a manufacturer-rated DYNAMIC CONTRAST Ratio of 3,000,000:1 and a WUXGA ...
Designed to satisfy your home entertainment needs The Optoma UHD55 is a 2,700-lumen 4K UHD projector that retails for a $1,799 MSRP and is designed for gaming and home entertainment. This new 4K UHD (3,840 x 2,160 pixels) projector offers advanced feat ...
Optoma CinemaX P2 ultra-short-throw smart 4K laser home theater projector also known as a laser TV review.
The 3600 lumen UHD35 is a 4K DLP Gaming Projector that supports 1080P refresh rates up to 240Hz with game lag as low as 4.2ms.
Gaming projectors, as a class, have been around for a while. Like a gaming PC, a gaming projector will have the same core components as a home entertainment projector. Still, many of these components will operate at much higher levels of performance th ...
Optoma's hot new ultra short throw, 4K UHD laser TV.
So-called "smart" TVs are nearly ubiquitous these days, but home-entertainment projectors with similar functionality are few and far between. The Optoma UHD52ALV is one of the exceptions. It doesn't have built-in streaming apps, but it does include a m ...
The Optoma ZU506T-W is a laser-powered Installation projector that will cover most of your projection needs.
The Optoma 4K UHD UHL55 is an all in one home entertainment solution with 1500 lumens and a contrast ration of 250,000:1.
The Optoma HD27HDR serves up High dynamic range (HDR), which is the biggest improvement in consumer video since HDTV was introduced about 20 years ago.
The Optoma HD243X is a single-chip DLP projector that offers full HD resolution (1920X1080).
The Optoma P1 4K UHD Laser Projector has been generating alot of buzz since it was first announced. Will it be worth the hype?
The Optoma EH330UST is a 3,600 lumen ultra-short throw projector with DLP technology for business and education applications.
The Optoma HD143X is a 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution projector with DLP technology.
The Optoma UHL55 is their first smart projector with Alexa Voice Control function.
The Optoma ProScene ZU660 is a WUXGA (1920x1200) laser projector intended for use in boardrooms, higher education, museums, houses of worship and smaller entertainment venues.
Optoma's UHD51A 4K UHD projector is one of the first projector manufacturers to offer a smart projector design.
Optoma has come out with two new projectors to add to their 4K UHD line, the Optoma UHD50 and UHD51A.
The Optoma W460 is a WXGA (1280 x 800) resolution projector with an outstanding 4,600 lumens.
Optoma’s new UHZ65 home theater projector is positioned at the top of Optoma's lineup of UHx6x models of UHD projectors sporting the first Texas Instruments consumer 4K UHD chip, and targeting home users.
Review of the Optoma UHD60 home theater projector and how it compares to the Optoma UHD65.
We have created two Holiday Gift Guides from our favorite projectors of this year, one for home theater projectors and screens under $2000, and one for those priced over $2000.
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 Optoma ZW300UST is a business/education installation projector claiming 3,200 lumens, with WXGA resolution, DLP technology, and a laser light engine.
The Optoma ML750ST is a tiny, portable, short throw, LED projector.
The Optoma ML750 reviewed here, is an extremely small and portable LED projector. Is the ML750 ideal for today's cord cutting professional millennials living in the big City? This is part two of my 'life experience' review of the Optoma ML750 LED Proje ...
Optoma’s 1080p ultra short throw interactive projector, the EH320USTi, is great for businesses, schools and colleges.
The Optoma ML750 reviewed here, is a tiny portable LED projector. Is the ML750 ideal for cord cutting professional Millennials living in the big City? This is a 'life experience' review of the Optoma ML750 LED Projector. In this unique little review, I ...
The Optoma HD37 Projector from Optoma is a solid home entertainment projector around the $1000 price range.
The Optoma HD161X projector serves up very good color, true 1080p resolution and plenty of brightness - claiming 2000 lumens - plus the native sharpness, look and feel of a DLP projector.
The Optoma HD141X projector has native 1080p resolution, aka Full HD. With a street price between $599 and $650 online, this DLP projector is suitable for movie viewing, HDTV, and gaming! It will even double as a business projector in a pinch.
The HD91 is the first reasonably serious, LED light source projector for the dedicated home theater or cave. It absolutely needs to be calibrated, but after that, the picture is pretty impressive.