Optoma has announced two new projectors, the ZU820T and ZU725T. The products measure 486 x 433 x 176 mm and weigh 14.0 kg.
The mid-range projectors offer WUXGA(1920×1200) image resolution. They are also bright, with a laser light source that offer extra high lumens. The ZU820T has up to 8,800 lumens brightness, while the ZU725T has a maximum brightness of 7,800 lumens.
As part of its DuraCore laser ProScene range The new products have many similar features to their predecessors. Both models are designed for professional use and follow in the footsteps of the Optoma ZU920TST projector.
With a 3,000,000:1 contrast ratio, they can present amazing and detailed black levels. They all house a 1.25 to 2.1 throw ratio, projecting images of 60-inch from 152cm away the wall, and 200-inch wide image from 508 cm away the wall. ZU820T and ZU725T bring precise colors, UHD 4K resolution and HDR compatibility. The projectors have two built-in 10 W speakers. With an noise around 34 dB they can run quietly.
The lamp life is up to 30,000 hours in Eco mode. They feature a fully motorized 1.6X zoom and lens shift. You can use four-corner correction, and horizontal and vertical keystone correction to adjsut the image as well. You will get multiple connectivites including HDMI, HDBaseT, VGA and audio ports.
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