Optoma has expanded its CinemaX range of projectors with its P2 ultra short throw laser effort.
The CinemaX P2 follows on from the CinemaX UHZ65UST and P1, with Optoma claiming its latest projector is able to deliver high contrast and vibrant colour performance.
Designed to be placed right next to a wall, the CinemaX P2 can decode a Dolby 5.1 soundtrack into its 40W 2.0 soundbar, with its ultra short throw glass lens able to cast a 120-inch image on the wall. If you have 3D discs, they’re also supported too.
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