Optoma intros laser 4K projector

Optoma UHZ65 4K HDR laser projector in black slanted view

Following the introduction of its first 4K projectors for the residential market, Optoma has introduced the UHZ65 4K HDR laser projector.

Optoma is seemingly on a roll, after the launch of its 4K UHD HDR-compatible projectors for the home back in June.

Now it has unveiled its flagship UHZ65 4K HDR projector, based on the technology of the company's UHD65 model.

Incorporating pixel-switching technology, the projector packs in more brightness than the UHD65 (2,200 lumens) – coming in at 3,000 lumens – and greater contrast ratio too, at 2,000,000:1 (rather than 1,200,000:1).

The UHZ65 also offers motion-processing modes for frame interpolation, and a reference mode for recreating the DCI-P3 colour space used in cinemas.

Inputs include HDMI inputs and a powered USB port for easy access to services such as Google Chromecast or Amazon Fire TV.

The Optoma UHZ65 is priced at £5,000 in the UK.