The brand’s new UHD 4K ultra short throw projector is called Optoma CinemaX D2+, adopts laser technology as light source. The lamp life lasts up to 30,000 hours (under ECO Mode), with  a built-in 20 W speaker, supporting pass-through of uncompressed 5.1 channel audio.

 Optoma CinemaX D2 Plus

You can directly control the projector with a smartphone app or via voice commands. It houses a maximum brightness output of 3,000 lumens as well as UHD 4K resolution. The device can produce images up to 120-in (~305 cm) wide when placed just 25 cm (~9.8-in) from the wall, with a 1,800,000:1 contrast ratio. With supports of HDR 10 and HLG formats as well as various viewing modes, you can get better color gamut for more realistic tones.

 Optoma CinemaX D2 Plus

Optoma CinemaX D2+ offers 4K at 60Hz with a 16.9 ms lag, providing superior smooth gaming experience, can be rated as one of the best gaming projector. This new Optoma 4K laser projector is sold for 2,360 USD. If your budget is under 2,000 USD, we have another option for you: Dangbei Mars Pro,  3200 ANSI Lumens coupled by 4K resolution, 25,000 hours of laser light source lifespan, and the new HDMI 2.1 standard including e-ARC. A unit with all the superior specifications only cost you 1,700 USD.

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