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 Optoma UHD50X features a 30,000:1 native contrast ratio and 10,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio for comfortable viewing when viewed at a moderate distance. Further improvements come with a 7,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, Quantum Dot LCD and 3 display modes. The Optoma offers convenient options to select between a sea of colors, format out all images around the frame or enlarge and shrink four-inch window automatically.

Pros: Easy to use, line out options, very adaptable.

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Microsoft is redoing Project Scorpio's software support thanks to a new public beta last week.

The new beta version is in the hands of reviewers from news outlets including Ars Technica, Build, Joystiq and Eurogamer, and runs for three minutes before spewing a message saying the beta is now private.

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Behind the scenes, Microsoft has moved from XAML to .NET, and rebuilt support for the Scorpio's two-camera, 39-way-detailed HDR display, redesigned the audio source for the Kinect 4K Front-Surround audio input, and restructured the audio output for multi-channel 4K 5.1 surround sound.

Project Scorpio features 8GB of GDDR5X RAM running at 6.6GHz, as well as full-frame ESRAM and external RAM support. The TV interface allows Game DVR recording, and native support for exclusive Xbox Foresight.

If you're in the mood for a good FPS upgrade, your best choice may be the Windows 10 version of Project Scorpio, which already uses an Creative GPU and retains spec of 5.1 with six TFLOPS of full LOD. If you want HDR, that too is there, and you may consider the PS4 Pro, which costs $330.

Now read IGN's thoughts on the Scorpio's last testing suite and the most important Scorpio news we could have listed.

Joe Skrebels is IGN's UK News Editor and is happy that Project Scorpio is here but it feels awfully like an expansion pack powered by the Hardwired interactive hallucinogen. Ever since you sent in that Nintendo Question Mark GIF, you have become part of the clic