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You can present with the lights on throughout the day and still get a bright and clear image. This Optoma projector is an installation projector so call us to discuss installation if this is something you are thinking about. This projector has a shortthrow ratio meaning you can project a large image from just a short distance away from the screen. This is great for limited spaces, reduces glare in your eyes when presenting and reduces shadows on the screen. With the ZU606TSTe, if you are just 1m away from the screen, it will give you a 1.26m wide image.
The ZU606TSTe also features vertical and horizontal lens shift and keystone correction so that if you cannot mount your projector directly centre of the screen then these features help to still project in the middle. Give us a call if you need help with installation as we offer this throughout the UK.
The ZU606TSTe has a HDMI input allowing you to connect to any source and showing your image in high definition. There is also a VGA input so you can connect to older laptops. There are two HDMI ports. Also swapping sources is easy as you don’t have to swap cables around. One features MHL so you can present in high definition from your mobile device. There is also a 12V Trigger connection so if you have a screen installed, this will automatically come down when the projector is turned on. We can advise you on which screen in suitable. There is also a USB port for PC-free presentations and a HDBaseT port which allows multiple signals to be transmitted over a low-cost CAT 6 cable or above, allowing for uncompressed high-definition video, audio, Ethernet, control signals and up to 100W of power to be transmitted.
The laser-phosphor light source provides benefits such as a sealed mercury free optical design to prevent dust entering the projector, minimal warm-up and cool-down time, and long life light source operation of up to 30,000 hours with minimal maintenance. Crisper whites and ultra-rich blacks make images come alive and text easier to read – ideal for business and education presentations, which is all down to the high contrast ratio.