The Optoma P1 Smart 4K UHD Laser is a new ultra short throw laser projector with integrated soundbar that delivers a stunning way to watch and hear your movies. The P1 offers up to a 3,000 lumen, 120-inch display in rooms where a traditional projector just won’t fit.
This smart Ultra Short Throw 4K projector allows users to control it with Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa, simplifying the day-to-day experience for users. You can read our Optoma UHD51A review to learn more about these smart home connections.
Optoma does a great job of designing the P1 to fit into a modern entertainment center and the integrated NuForce soundbar with Dolby Digital 2.0 support simplifies the setup and helps keep a clean setup in your media room or living room.
The Optoma P1 can project up to a 120-inch display with 3,000 lumens and a 8.3 million pixel image all just inches from the screen or wall. The P1 supports HDR10 and HLG compatibility to deliver better color performance, bright whites and deep blacks.
“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. “At Optoma, we are continually committed to introducing innovations to the market that meet consumers’ evolving needs and expectations, bringing quality and simplicity to their lives at affordable prices. 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.”
Users can stream from popular services like Netflix and YouTube right within the Projector and the Optoma Marketplace. It also supports the Optoma Infowall which can show important information, start a playlist and more with IFTTT integration.
The Optoma P1 Smart 4K UHD Laser Cinema arrives in late Q2 with a street price of $2,999.
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