Optoma will be showcasing its latest 4K UHD laser home projector model, the UHZ65, at IFA 2017 in Berlin.

This 3,000 lumen UHD 4K laser projector promises to significantly upgrade the image quality currently afforded by the company’s range of 1080p projectors. To achieve this Optoma has utilised all of its expertise to ensure this projector delivers the colour, depth, detail and contrast that users expect.

As this is an Optoma projector, this 4K UHD laser model shouldn’t cost as much as similar offerings from premium brands such as Barco or Sony. This means users can be safe in the knowledge that they’re getting a lot of bang for not a lot of buck.

Details surrounding the Optoma UHZ65 have yet to be fully revealed, although users wanting something a little more affordable will find other solutions on the company’s stand more to their liking. This includes the company’s recent lamp-based 4K projectors, the UHD65 and UHD60.

A range of Optoma’s other models will also be available to view on the company’s stand, including it wide range of projectors with DARBEE Visual Presence image enhancement technology.

IFA 2017 takes place from September 1-6 at the Messe Berlin. The Optoma stand can be found in hall 25, stand 119.

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