Optoma has introduced three 1080p projectors, ranging in price from $649 to $1,399, including its first laser projectors designed for gaming.
The GT1090HDR ($1,399) and HZ39HDR ($1,199) gaming projectors support HDR10 and HLG high dynamic range (HDR) and are rated for 4,200 and 4,000 lumens of brightness, respectively, with a 300,000:1 contrast ratio (with Extreme Black model enabled).
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