Optoma Europe is to use the platform of the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2013 tradeshow to unveil two new WUXGA projector models.
The esteemed projector manufacturer is to launch the EH7700 projector – a successor to the popular EH7500 – and the EH503 at the show, among a wide range of its technical advancements and plans for the coming year.
The EH7700 features a mechanical shutter, wired remote, colour correction, stepped lamp power control and greater brightness than its predecessor, and is aimed at demanding professional requirements. Further enhancements to the projector include improved network control and flying/ mounting and safety anchor points.
The EH503 will be the brand’s first WUXGA full 3D projector, providing 4,800 lumens of brightness. It will be able to display a variety of 3D formats, including from Blu-ray and 3D TV broadcast inputs. The projector will be available in both black and white options and will be available for shipping later in 2013.
The company will also be demonstrating the ‘Signage’ mode of its pioneering LED+ (LED and Laser) projector at ISE 2013, using the portrait mode of its WXGA resolution ZW212S. The display will highlight Optoma’s solutions for complete standalone digital signage.