Optoma intros low-lag gaming media room projector with Darbee image enhancement

posted on Wednesday, 23rd August 2017 by Steve May

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Optoma has launched a portable HD projector for movie fans and gamers which features Darbee Visual Presence image enhancement for increased contrast and colour saturation.

Weighing less than 3kg, the HD39Darbee can be touted around in an optional carry bag, for a sports event, movie night or gaming session. It’s also small and bright enough for media room installations. The HD39Darbee couples a brightness of 3,500 lumens with a fast response time of 16ms.

The HD 1080p projector offers Rec. 709 couple depth, bolstered by Optoma’s Amazing Colour technology. A variety of modes and settings enable users to match any application or environment. A 1.6x zoom with vertical lens shift simplifies positioning for a wide choice of screen sizes.

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The projector has two HDMI inputs, and can be used with Optoma’s WHD200 wireless HDMI link which can stream video up to 20 metres in any room. It’s compatible with Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire and Apple TV.

An integrated speaker that delivers 10W audio, while an audio output allows the projector to be plugged into an external sound system.

“The new HD39Darbee combines the innovative and engaging Darbee Visual Presence processing with high brightness, a large zoom range and vertical lens shift,” says Joe Ahmed, Head of Marketing at Optoma EMEA. “This ensures a larger range of installation possibilities.”

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

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