High Quality Projectors

CES

If you’re a home theater buff, the projector section of CES is basically heaven. Especially if you head to Optoma to see their newest line of projectors and speakers. This year they unveiled the Optoma IntelliGo, the Optoma UHD60, and the Optoma NuForce Q7.

The Optoma IntelliGo is a bright and ultra-compact pico projector that features an Android operating system and an app store with Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Spotify, along with a ton of other apps. It’s also WiFi and Bluetooth compatible, and offers a 2D to 3D content conversion. You can grab this one at an estimated price point of $599.

The Optoma UHD60 is the next step up in their lineup with an incredible true ultra-HD picture and HDR10 for deeper blacks and colors.  You can get this one on the market at an estimated price point of $2,799.

But we are really loving their Optoma NuForce Q7 wireless multi-room home speaker.  It has WiFi and Bluetooth compatibility and can be managed through Qualcomm’s AllPlay platform. Not to mention it has a high-grade monocoque aluminum chasis that looks incredibly sleek and elegant. This one has an estimated price of $499.

Now, if you want to learn more about Optoma or to purchase any of their projectors or speakers, head on over to optomausa.com today.

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