It seems like only yesterday I was reviewing the Optoma UHD50X projector. When you look at the UHD35 on paper or even at the projector out of the box, you would be tempted to think that Optoma just slapped the same components into an almost identical box. Maybe they did, but the performance of this projector is not a carbon copy of the UHD50X. The internal components may be identical, but the picture is different. Different good or different bad? You are going to have to read on... Like its older brother, the UHD35 is a gaming projector, and, like the UHD50X, it shares a lot of amazing specifications and technology.
As a gaming projector, the Optoma UHD35 core components operate at much higher levels of performance than a standard projector. Some of the key differences include the projector’s refresh rate, low input lag, and the ability to produce superior contrast. This level of performance provides the gamer with the ability to identify objects in the extreme ranges of bright and dark or to keep from getting killed by another player. Projectors like the UHD35 are optimized to work better with gaming consoles and high-performance gaming computers. This better performance is a result of being able to display a higher dynamic range of colors, higher resolution, and much faster refresh rates. Sound quality is also critical and in this review, I’ll let you know how the UHD35 does on all those fronts. Put simply, gaming projectors do more than offer a bigger and better television screen, they offer performance at a level that, until recently, was only available by owning a high-performance gaming display.