Optoma has unveiled two new 4K projectors in the UHD35 and UHD38, and they’re aiming to offer gamers super-fast gaming.
While premium TVs have been hogging the limelight when it comes to the next-gen gaming consoles, it looks as if projectors are angling to get in on the action too. Optoma’s latest UHD35 (£999) and UHD38 (£1099) projectors look to continue on from the foundations laid down by the UHD30 model, featuring 4K HDR support, over 3000 lumens of brightness and support for 240Hz refresh rates.
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