The HD37 is Optoma’s newest DLP projector for the US market, featuring MHL connectivity and ISFccc certification. The certification recognises that the projector is calibrated for day and night viewing modes.
Optoma designed the unit as a feature-rich model for the home cinema segment. It also has 3D capability.
Resolution is 1920 x 1080. The lamp, providing up to 2,600 lumens of brightness, will last for between 3,000 and 7,000 hours. 10-bit colour can be displayed.
With a throw ratio of 1.39 – 2.09:1, the HD37 can project a 25.5″ – 325″ image from 1.2m – 10m. The product has 1.5x manual zoom, 0.8x – 2x digital zoom and a manual focus. +/-40° vertical keystone correction is also built in.
MHL-HDMI (x2), VGA, composite, USB-A, mini-USB-B and RS232 are featured, as is a 10W speaker. The projector measures 286 x 265 x 124mm and weighs 3.5kg. It will be released soon, but a price has not been announced.