Optoma Technology, Inc. Launches Three New Home Theater Projectors


(Fremont, CA) Optoma Technology, Inc. as part of the Optoma Corporation, has received positive recognition for its projection technology solutions.  In fact; when it comes to Optoma’s 4K projection technology solutions, the following seven awards or recognitions, are amongst the most recent.  The first award or recognition is, the P1 Projector Central received the 2019 Infocomm, Best of Show Award.  The second award or recognition is, the UHD 51 A Projector received the 2019 Taiwan Excellence Silver Award.  The third award or recognition is, the UHD 51 A Projector received the Projector of the Year Award.  The latter; was from India’s T3 Magazine, and, for the March 2019 issue.  Suspending the list and continuing with, Optoma Technology, Inc.  Recently; Optoma Technology, Inc. announced that, it believes in breaking ground when it comes to, its home theater projectors.  Specifically, the aforementioned business revealed that, it has launched three new home theater projectors.  The three new home theater projectors are; the Optoma GT1090HDR, the Optoma HZ39HDR and the Optoma HD28HDR.  All three are 1080p H.D. laser projectors that; are meant to be used when playing video games, or, as a fundamental component of a home entertainment experience.
            The home entertainment experience, and, the video game playing experience; have just received a boost of speed.  In fact, Optoma Technology, Inc. sped up the theater quality of the Optoma GT1090HDR, the Optoma HZ39HDR and the Optoma HD28HDR.  Exceptional brightness, and, brilliant colors; are also part of the previously stated.  Incidentally, the Optoma GT1090HDR, has a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $1,399 USD.  The Optoma HZ39HDR, has a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $1,199 USD.  Finally, the Optoma HD28HDR, has a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $649 USD.  However and returning to, Optoma’s seven most recent awards or recognitions, the aforementioned suspended list picks up with number four.  The fourth award or recognition is, the UHL 55 Projector received the 2019 Taiwan Excellence Award.  The fifth award or recognition is, the P1 Projector was a finalist for the Engadget Best of CES 2019 Award.  The sixth award or recognition is, the ZK1050 Projector Central received the 2019 Infocomm Best of Show Award.  Finally the seventh award or recognition is, the ZK1050 Projector received the Best of Show Award from A.V. Technology.  Fascinatingly, and in the United States of America, the aforementioned awards or recognitions culminate in the following.  What they culminate in is Optoma Technology, Inc., being ranked #1 for retail sales of home theater projectors.  The previously said; is based on data that was collected from Pro A.V. & Retail Projector Tracker, and, Americas P.J.C. Census.  Obviously, Optoma Technology, Inc. must feel delighted.  After all it does focus on premium quality, and, a functional style.  Additionally, the aforementioned business does focus on a goal.  The goal is to manufacture consumer electronics products that, are designed with the end user experience, in mind. 
            Returning to, Optoma’s three new home theater laser projectors, the aforementioned are set apart by their specifications.  The Optoma GT1090HDR, and, the Optoma HZ39HDR do share specifications.  However, the lumens specification is different for each.  The Optoma GT1090HDR has 4,200 lumens of brightness.  Meanwhile, the Optoma HZ39HDR has 4,000 lumens of brightness.  Both, share the following eight specifications.  The first specification is, the resolution is 1080p H.D. (1920 x 1080).  The second specification is, the contrast ratio is 300,000:1 with extreme black enabled.  The third specification is, H.D.M.I. 2.0 that are also 4K U.H.D. inputs.  The fourth specification is, the light source is a Dura Core Laser.  The fifth specification is, the light source life is up to 30,000 hours.  The latter, is for Eco Mode.  The sixth specification is, both come with 2, 10 watt speakers.  The seventh specification is, both support Blu-ray 3D.  The eighth specification is, both come with gaming mode.  The latter; is 16 ms at 1080p 60 Hz, or, 8 ms at 1080p 120 Hz. 
            Continuing with, the Optoma HD28HDR, the aforementioned has 3,600 lumens of brightness.  Overall, the Optoma HD28HDR is highlighted by the following four specifications.  The first specification is, outstanding color and contrast.  The second specification is, it comes with a gaming mode.  The latter, is 8.4 ms at 1080p 120 Hz.  The third specification is, an H.D.M.I. 2.0 input with H.D.C.P. 2.2.  The previous means that, the Optoma HD28HDR is compatible with 4K U.H.D.  Additionally, it is compatible with, H.D.R. video sources.  The fourth specification is, it supports H.D.M.I. Link.  The latter, is controlling the projector and the connected devices, with a single remote control. 
            To end, Optoma Technology, Inc. did release a press statement.  Maria Repole is the Head of Marketing at Optoma Technology, Inc.  Through a press statement, Ms./Mrs. Repole said the following.  “Optoma’s market leadership in the consumer home theater sector is largely due to its ability to design projectors that leverage the latest innovations and technologies to deliver the high quality entertainment experiences consumers are seeking.  As our first laser gaming projectors, the Optoma GT1090HDR and Optoma HZ39HDR raise the bar on projection and gaming performance, providing users with best in class picture quality and gaming action.”  As previously stated; Optoma Technology, Inc. recently announced that, it believes in breaking ground when it comes to, its home theater projectors.  Specifically, the aforementioned business revealed that, it has launched three new home theater projectors.  The three new home theater projectors are; the Optoma GT1090HDR, the Optoma HZ39HDR and the Optoma HD28HDR.  All three are 1080p H.D. laser projectors that; are meant to be used when playing video games, or, as a fundamental component of a home entertainment experience.  Lastly, the Optoma GT1090HDR, has a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $1,399 USD.  The Optoma HZ39HDR, has a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $1,199 USD.  The Optoma HD28HDR, has a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $649 USD. 

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03/06/2020



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