The Optoma UHD50X is a 4K projector using DLP technology. With its high refresh rate, it promises to provide smooth motion and lower input lag for gaming sessions. The 4K version of the UHD50X will be available in the UK from March and February 2016 priced at £4,645. Antunes has also announced its own version that will retail for US$5,995.

There is no word yet on when Antunes' UHD60X will be released in the US but we posted an exclusive video on the UHD60X with DLP under a glass cowl from CES 2015.

The Optoma Projector HD50X at CES 2015

The Optoma Projector HD50X is pictured below. It boasts a 50,000:1 contrast ratio, a 100,000:1 brightness and an 8ms response time. You can expect an aspect ratio of 2,8:1 so that there is just enough room for the front screen to be slightly dipped in front of the main image to show the 4:3 ratio. You also get stereo speakers sending image to headphones or who-knows-what.

Battery life for the Optoma's projector has been tested and showed a life of about 10 hours on a single charge. That obviously depends on the use but you would expect that to be possible. In addition to its 4K panel, the projector is the first projector to integrate 4K Ultra HD and exists primarily for professional VR purposes.

Have you picked up a video projector for yourself? Let us know and check back for future exclusive coverage of the Ultra HD Blu-Ray Player and Ultra HD Blu-Ray Disc Player at CES 2016.

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Last Updated May 24th, 2016

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