Optoma GT1080HDR Short Throw Gaming Projector | 4K HDR Input | 120Hz Refresh Rate | Fast 8.4ms Response Time | Bright 3800 lumens for Day and Night Gaming,…

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Elevate your gaming experience with the short throw, 1080p, 3,800 lumens Optoma GT1080HDR. Enhanced Gaming Mode combined with a 120Hz refresh rate enable blur-free visuals with lightning-fast, 8.4ms response time for a competitive gaming advantage. Keystone correction delivers flexible installation options. Powerful 10-watt speaker fills a room with loud and crisp audio to further enhance media and presentations. Robust inputs include HDMI 2.0 and VGA for connectivity to a wide range of devices. A 15,000-hour lamp life enables many years of use with minimal maintenance.

Power Consumption: 325W max (Bright), 295W typical (Bright), 225W max (Eco), 205W typical (Eco).

Power Supply: AC input 100-240V, 50-60Hz, auto-switching.

SKU: ‎B07W62S2SJ Category:

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Optoma GT1080HDR Short Throw Gaming Projector | 4K HDR Input | 120Hz Refresh Rate | Fast 8.4ms Response Time | Bright 3800 lumens for Day and Night Gaming, White

 

 

HDR COMPATIBLE: HDR10 technology (with 4K input) enable brighter whites and deeper black levels; a 6-segment color wheel (RYGCWB) produces accurate color with sRGB & REC.709 color profile
FAST RESPONSE TIME: Enhanced Gaming Mode enables lightning-fast response time of 8.4ms with a 120Hz refresh rate
SHORT THROW LENS: Experience a large 120″ image projected from 4 feet away, allowing placement closer to the screen – ideal for smaller spaces and easier installation
BRIGHT, RAZOR-SHARP IMAGES: 3,800 lumens, 50,000:1 contrast ratio, and Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) enable a detailed, clear image
FLEXIBLE CONNECTIVITY: Connect to gaming consoles, media players and other HDMI devices such as Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire Stick and Apple TV; inputs include dual HDMI (1.4a 3D support)
EASY IMAGE SET-UP: Vertical keystone correction +/- 40 degrees allows the GT1080HDR to be off-center without having to elevate it to project the image onto the screen, resulting in an easy, more flexible image set-up “