The new projector model is now the brightest fixed lens laser projector on the ProAV market.
Optoma has announced the launch of its newest ProScene projector. The ZU510T-W is a WUXGA 5,500 lumens laser phosphor projector with a fixed lens design and the company's DURACORE laser phosphor light source for maintenance free, 24/7 operation.
"The ZU510T-W is the first laser fixed lens projector from Optoma, and the brightest on the market of its kind, filling a specific category need for flexibility, reliability and cost efficiency," said Brian Soto, head of product management, Optoma Technology. "As one of the largest selling projector brands in the U.S. and a top three seller in the channel, we continue to focus on providing innovative solutions and maximum flexibility with our ProScene line of projectors."
The projector features a WUXGA resolution of 1920 x 1200 with a 16:10 aspect ratio. Likewise, the device offers 5,500 lumens of brightness and a 300,000:1 contrast ratio when the Extreme Black mode is enabled. In addition, the projector provides a 1.8x zoom ratio along with horizontal and vertical lens shift, and 360 Degree and Portrait Mode installation options. Three HDMI inputs (two built in MHL) and two built-in 10W speakers are integrated as well. Finally, the unit boasts an IP5X-certified dust resistance rating for its optical engine and up to 20,000 hours of light source operation, ensuring a long lasting, reliable and maintenance free experience perfect for boardrooms, university auditoriums, museums, digital signage, and other mid-size venue applications.
The Optoma ZU510T-W ProScene projector is now available for $5,299 through Optoma authorized dealers and distributors, including Audio General, AVI-SPLCCS, CCS Presentation and Full Compass.
Source: Optoma via PRNewswire