CES 2019: Optoma Showing Next-Gen All-In-One 4K Projector

An ultra short-throw projector with integrated soundbar and Alexa and Google compatibility
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This week at CES 2019 Optoma will take the wraps off its P1 Smart 4K UHD Laser Cinema, its next-generation all-in-one smart home entertainment system.

The P1’s centerpiece is an ultra short-throw (UST) 4K UHD projector that provides a 3,000 lumen, 8.3-million-pixel image with HDR10 and hybrid log gamma (HLG) compatibility for deep blacks, bright whites and life-life color, Optoma said.

The projector is coupled with an integrated soundbar designed by NuForce that features individual woofers, aluminum full-range drivers and wide frequency response for clear and balanced sound, plus Dolby Digital, Dolby Plus and DTS audio decoding for an immersive viewing experience.

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The system also offers smart-home compatibility with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant; IFTTT support for smart-home automation with IoT devices; and easy access to popular streaming services including Netflix and YouTube through the Optoma Marketplace.

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“The Optoma P1 Smart 4K UHD Laser Cinema brings together the best of both worlds — large, true-to-life images with high quality sound — for a truly cinematic, ultra-immersive home entertainment experience,” said Brian Soto, head of product management at Optoma Technology. “The P1 is the first entertainment product we’ve developed that we can confidently say stands to replace TVs in a large number of homes.”

The system is expected to hit a street price of $2,999 when it ships late in the second quarter, although the cost has not been finalized. The P1 will be shown by appointment only during CES; email optoma@craftedpr.com to schedule a demo.

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