Optoma has launched the all-in-one 4K HD CinemaX P2 ultra-short-throw (UST) laser projector: a next-generation model featuring 3,000 lumens of brightness ($3,299).

Using customer feedback from its CinemaX P1, Optoma engineered the CinemaX P2 to deliver 25 percent more contrast and vibrant color performance than its predecessor, delivering a richer color palette and deeper blacks. An Enhanced Gaming Mode makes this UST projector an ideal choice for gamers. Additionally, it has a digital exhibit feature which brings to life curated artworks from renowned digital artists with FRAMED, a digital art showcasing platform.

All this projection power is contained in a sleek, white, space-saving chassis; the technology provides viewers with the large screens they desire without the need for a dedicated theater space.

Features include a wide color gamut and a six-segment RGBRGB color wheel. The ultra-short-throw glass lens casts images up to 120 inches, says the company. Further, the P2 comes with a premium built-in 40W Dolby Digital 2.0 soundbar, for impressive sound.

The CinemaX P2 offers users smart tech integration features throughout. Kids and parents can turn the CinemaX P2 into a tool for productivity for distance learning and working from home thanks to the Tap Cast app and screen mirroring. The built-in SmartFit app ensures hassle-free image alignment through users’ smartphones.  The projector also delivers smart home integration with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and IFTTT support via Smart+ technology.

“It’s all about the experience. That’s why we’re excited to expand the award-winning CinemaX series so consumers can bring the cinematic experience home and enjoy superior picture quality,” stated Maria Repole, head of marketing, Optoma Technology, in the announcement statement. “Offering an innovative ultra-short-throw lens, the CinemaX P2 is easy to place and play, enabling families and households to view an immersive large-screen experience from only inches away from the screen without the hassle of mounting a television.”

Contrast specs are 2,000,000:1 with 3 dynamic black dimming modes, and the projector is HDR10-compatible. An integrated 4K media player and popular video streaming apps are available from Optoma Marketplace.

 

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