Optoma CinemaX D2 Plus 4K ultra short throw projector has 4.2 ms input lag and 240 Hz refresh rate
The Optoma CinemaX D2 Plus, or D2+, has launched in Korea. The brand's new UHD 4K ultra short throw projector has a laser light source that can last up to 30,000 hours in ECO Mode, with a maximum output of 3,000 lumens. The device can produce images up to 120-in (~305 cm) wide when placed just 25 cm (~9.8-in) from the wall, with a 1,800,000:1 contrast ratio.
The gadget supports HDR 10 and HLG formats, and you can choose from various viewing modes, such as Cinema, which enhances the color gamut for more realistic tones. Optoma claims that the 4.2 ms input lag and 240 Hz refresh rate provide an "industry-leading" 1080p gaming experience. Alternatively, it can achieve 4K at 60Hz with a 16.9 ms lag. The device has a built-in 20 W speaker, with support for eARC and pass-through of uncompressed 5.1 channel audio. You can wirelessly cast to the projector and control it with a smartphone app or voice commands.
Plus, the gadget comes with a Google & Netflix certified Hako mini Android TV dongle, enabling you to use the product like a smart 4K TV. The device measures 576 x 383 x 130 mm (~22.7 x 15.1 x 5.1-in) and has a range of HDMI, USB-A and audio ports. You can currently buy the Optoma CinemaX D2 Plus projector in Korea for KRW 3.29 million (~US$2,360). It is unclear whether or when the device could launch in other markets.