Having taken its largest ever exhibition space at ISE this year, Optoma Europe is launching several new products at the show. These include a new 7000-lumen WUXGA projector, the EH7700, and the company’s first full 3D projector, the EH503.
The EH7700, which will ship later this year, succeeds the company’s well-known EH7500 projector. It features additions such as mechanical shutter, wired remote, colour correction, stepped lamp power control and an increase in brightness. It also offers network control and improved flying/ mounting and safety anchor points. The EH7700 will ship later this year.
Adding to the company’s ProScene projector offering, the 4800-lumen EH7700 WUXGA projector is a single-lamp solution for affordable high resolution full 3D. The device is able to display a wide range of 3D formats including those from Blu-ray and 3D TV broadcasts as well as most professional 3D formats.
Elsewhere on the stand, the company will be demonstrating its digital signage projection solution. It uses the company’s latest LED+ (LED and Laser) projector – ZW212ST (pictured) – in portrait mode using the inbuilt media player to provide content for a complete standalone digital signage solution.
Other launches include: Optoma’s latest generation ultra short throw projection technology, the new EW695UT and the ML1000 Ultra Compact and Lightweight LED Projector, which weigh a mere