Optoma debuts CinemaX P2 UST 4k HDR laser projector

posted on Thursday, 1st October 2020 by Steve May

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Optoma has released the CinemaX P2, an ultra short throw 4k laser projector with minimalist, living-room friendly design.

Building on the brand's CinemaX UHZ65UST and P1 models before it, the CinemaX P2 features a built-in 40W Dolby Digital 2.0 soundbar and an ultra short throw glass lens able to cast a 120-inch image across a nearby wall. Connections comprise three HDMIs (v2.0).

The CinemaX P2 supports 4K UHD resolution and is HDR10 compatible. Brightness is rated at 3,000 ANSI lumens. Contrast is quoted at 2,000,000:1 with 3 Dynamic Black Dimming Modes. There’s also DCI-P3 wide colour gamut support, and 3D with optional glasses.

The CinemaX P2 supports IFTTT smart home integration with smart IoT devices. SmartFit allows speedy image alignment through a smartphone app. There’s also seamless integration with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, allowing users to take control with voice commands, including powering on and off, controlling volume and pausing content playback. Additional apps will be available through the Optoma Marketplace.

The CinemaX P2 also offer a 4K HDR10 compatible media player, plus enhanced gaming mode.

Optoma P2 Front View

For maximum contrast and brightness, integrators can partner the CinemaX P2 with Optoma’s 100-inch ambient light rejecting ALR101 screen. A specialised screen surface actively reflects a projected image for high contrast and solid colour saturation, while preventing ambient light from washing out the picture. Other users will simply use it as an instant on wall display. The CinemaX P2 can even be used as an big screen art display, more here.

“It’s all about the experience, that’s why we’re excited to expand the award winning CinemaX range so consumers can bring the cinematic experience home and enjoy superior picture quality from the number one brand worldwide in 4K UHD projection technology,” says Kishan Mistry, Product Manager at Optoma. 

The Optoma CinemaX P2 retails for £3,000.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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