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Optoma Announces All-Purpose GT3500HDR UST Projector

Optoma, a large video equipment manufacturer, has just introduced its new GT3500HDR, a compact full HD 1080p ultra short throw projector (UST) gaming, movies, home entertainment, and work-from-home office needs. 

The company states the new product joins its line of full HD 1080p resolution projectors, and Optoma notes the GT3500HDR projector delivers high brightness levels up to 3,800 lumens, as well as long-term reliability, and installation flexibility in an eco-friendly, ultra short throw design.

“With consumers seeking flexible projection solutions for a variety of home usage scenarios, we’ve introduced our latest ultra short throw alternative with the GT3500HDR, delivering incredible brightness and true-to-life color in a new compact and environmentally friendly design,” says Billy Harrison, product manager at Optoma.

“A suite of convenient installation features makes the GT35000HDR an ideal projector for any space and takes the big screen experience to new levels for competitive gaming, home entertainment, or home offices.”

GT3500HDR Complements a Range of Room Spaces

According to the global electronics company, the UST projector produces contrast ratios up to 500,000:1, and Optoma asserts the projector provides vibrant, true-to-life visuals for watching movies, TV shows, and live sports, gaming, and remote work.  Featuring an ultra-short throw lens, the GT3500HDR can display up to 100-inch images from less than one foot away (120-inch maximum) from the screen or projection surface for convenient use in any room, no matter the location.

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Optoma points out that it developed the GT3500HDR UST projector with simplicity in mind to address demand for versatile home theater projection options. The GT3500HDR comes in a compact size and lightweight design approximately 28% smaller than its predecessor, the GT5600, and the eco-friendly chassis is made with up to 50% PCR (Post-Consumer Recycled) plastics.

Suitable for console to PC gaming, the GT3500HDR provides a fun, big-screen experience for avid gamers. The projector includes an ultra-low input lag that is four times lower than the competing display technology with 8.6ms at 120Hz 1080p and 17ms at 60Hz 4K UHD input, giving gamers smooth and responsive gaming sessions.

Additionally, Optoma boasts that its DuraCore laser technology extends the life of the GT3500HDR by up to six times compared to an equivalent lamp projector, offering lifetime reliability with 30,000 hours of operation in eco mode. For consistent, long-term usage with minimal maintenance, the projector’s optical engine is airtight and dust-resistant with IP6X certification. For easy installation, the GT3500HDR is equipped with several features including four-corner correction, horizontal and vertical keystone correction, as well as 360-degree and portrait mode for flexible place and play.

The GT3500HDR is available for an estimated street price of $1,499.

Optoma GT3500HDR key features include:

Resolution: 1080p Full HD (1920×1080)

Brightness: 3,800 lumens

Contrast ratio: 500,000:1

Color: HDR compatibility with 4K HDR Input

Throw ratio: 0.25:1

Light source: DuraCore laser with up to 30,000 hours of maintenance-free operation (Eco mode) 

Noise level: 27db (Eco mode)

Built-in Enhanced Gaming Mode with 8.6ms response time in 1080p at 120Hz and 17ms response time in 1080p at 60Hz with 4K UHD input

Image size: Up to 100” image from less than one foot away 

Flexible installation features: Ultra short throw lens, 1.15x zoom, 24/7 operation, 360-degree and portrait mode, horizontal and vertical keystone and four-corner correction 

Inputs: 2 x HDMI 2.0 / Outputs: 1 x USB-A power 1.5A, 1 x Audio 3.5mm

Control: 1 x RS232, 1 x RJ45, 1 x 3D sync 

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